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When people think of University of Richmond’s most successful athletic programs, track and field is likely not among them. But early into the 2017 outdoor season, several athletes are dominating local competition, with high expectations for the rest of the year.
Richmond announced in a release Thursday that it will reinstate four out of the five baseball players suspended in February for NCAA rule violations.
The University of Richmond Swim and Dive team won the Atlantic 10 championships for the fifteenth time in the last sixteen years in Geneva, Ohio, this year.
With four seconds remaining and the Spiders carefully nursing a two point lead, T.J. Cline headed to the line and sunk two free throws – his 24th and 25th points of the night — which would ultimately be his last two in the Robins Center.
Even though the NCAA tournament gets the most national attention, it’s not the only one around. For teams not good enough or lucky enough to make the cut, there's the National Invitational Tournament, or NIT.
For the second year in a row the Spiders men's lacrosse team has taken down a top-10 ranked program, this time beating the defending national champions University of North Carolina Monday night.
Unable to secure a March Madness berth through regular season play, the Richmond Spiders are looking to keep their playoff hopes alive by making a run at the Atlantic 10 tournament title.
Richmond track and field star and junior Amanda Corbosiero received her second consecutive Atlantic 10 Performer of the Week Award last week, rebounding after missing the fall cross-country season with an injury.
Richmond's men's lacrosse team won a fierce, action-packed game against Marquette University Saturday afternoon. Although the team had a slow start in the first quarter, it picked up the momentum and came out with a 9–2 win. Richmond goalie Benny Pugh had consistent saves while Peter Moran won consistent face-offs. Teddy Hatfield and Ryan Lee formed a solid tag team as they worked on attack.
Five University of Richmond baseball players, including two of the team's stars, have been suspended for fantasy football involvement that led to NCAA violations, the Richmond Times-Dispatch reported Saturday.
In a crucial game for conference tournament seeding, Richmond pulled out a strong 84–76 win over eighth-place Davidson Tuesday night.
University of Richmond’s men’s lacrosse team played a strong defensive home game against University of Maryland Baltimore Country Saturday and came out victorious with a 10–5 win.
As time wound down in the second battle for the City of Richmond Friday night, the Spiders’ fate grew similar to their first defeat to VCU earlier this season.
University of Richmond Synchronized Swimmers lost their only home meet against Ohio State on Saturday, and now, as they face the Collegiate South Regional Championship, team Vice President and Captain Allison Zhao says, “It’s crunch time.”
The University of Richmond archery club is working overtime this semester to keep its attendance up and increase its funds for future events to keep the club at the school — an issue that led the former archery club to dissolve.
The University of Richmond Swimming and Diving Team is optimistic while preparing for the conference championship on Feb. 15 in Geneva, Ohio, following a loss in a dual meet against Rutgers last week.
Richmond's new football coach Russ Huesman and his staff locked in 13 new players for the football roster on National Signing Day Wednesday.
University of Richmond was unable to come away with a win against conference rival Virginia Commonwealth University despite a 30-point performance from senior guard ShawnDre' Jones.
Senior guard Janelle Hubbard hit a buzzer-beating 3-pointer to finish the game against VCU yesterday, but the Richmond women's basketball team still came up short, falling 57–55 to the Rams.
David Jones entered his senior season as a top prospect for the NFL draft, and although an injury ended his time on the field early, he has been working hard at a training camp in Texas in the hopes of earning a chance in the league.