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This game marks the highest scoring game in the NCAA Playoffs by a Spider football team. The record was previously 46 points against Morgan State. With this victory, Richmond will be looking to the winner of Western Illinois and Illinois State to determine their opponent in the next round of the FCS Playoffs.
The night before he died, Richmond senior Kurt Schmitz left his home in Haskell, New Jersey, to return to Richmond around 8:30 p.m. on Nov. 29, 2014. He called his mother, Yvonne Schmitz, at 3:30 a.m. to tell her he had made it back.
The Spiders gathered in their team meeting room Sunday morning, knowing they had earned an automatic playoff spot but unsure of where they would be placed and who they would play.
Richmond’s deliberate offensive presence flustered Bethune-Cookman in Saturday night's win, extending the Spiders' winning streak to three games heading into a difficult Thanksgiving break schedule.
Richmond beats Bethune-Cookman, 89-64, and advance to 3-1. Bethune-Cookman was aggressive throughout the game, but couldn't stop Richmond players from scoring. T. Allen led all players with 25 points and 13 rebounds.
A conference championship is so important to Jacobi Green
that he decided to make it the screensaver on his phone.
The Spiders kneel and time runs out as Richmond tops William & Mary, winning 20-9. Richmond has guaranteed itself at least a share of the CAA championship as well as a playoff spot. Jacobi Green finished with 225 all-purpose yards and a touchdown and Brian Brown had 101 receiving yards and a score. Kyle Lauletta snapped his recent spell of multiple-interception games, throwing none this game. The Spiders await their fate as Villanova finishes its game against James Madison.
The Spiders traveled to Wake Forest and brought home a victory thanks to one statistic: turnovers.
Richmond women’s basketball has started its season with two wins against Old Dominion University and Eastern Kentucky University.
It’s a confusing time to be a Richmond football fan.
Richmond men’s basketball handily beat Stetson to win its
first game of the season on Sunday, scoring the most points by a Spider team
In a game decided by one point, it was Peter Yoder's leg that made the difference.
Richmond's loss to James Madison Friday night was determined in the last seven minutes of the game, when the Dukes outscored Richmond 21-8.
The Spiders let the Dukes dribble until the time on the clock expires. JMU wins 87-75. In the last two minutes of the game the Spiders looked frantic and frazzled. When the shots didn't fall, the Spiders could not stop JMU from rebounding and scoring in the paint.
When Richmond’s basketball season officially starts Friday at 3 p.m. as the women’s team takes the floor against Old Dominion, some fans
might be confused if they look at the scoreboard at tipoff and see 10 minutes
on the clock.
With Richmond's basketball season, here's The Collegian's preseason Atlantic 10 rankings from worst to first, followed by our preseason all-conference team.
Women win Atlantic 10 Championships
When the final whistle blew marking the end of the Monacan High School Chiefs’ 2013 basketball season, sisters Micaela and Alex Parson cried because they had thought they would never get the chance to play basketball together again.
Here is everything you need to know about Richmond men's basketball heading into Friday's season opener against James Madison.
Meaghan Carrigan sat on her couch, crutches by her side, her right leg free to move and left leg locked in extension by an intimidating black brace. A black pouch hung by her side, necessary to support an antibacterial IV that was hidden by a sweater but ran from the middle of her arm to her Superior Vena Cava, which lies directly above her heart. She was as comfortable as someone could be less than one week removed from knee surgery, especially considering the absolute imprisonment that her left leg was under as it rested on her nearby coffee table. It was obvious by her slouched, comfortable posture and the surrounding pillows and blankets that she had become acquainted with the couch over the previous weeks. Her laptop sat open next to her, Netflix asking if she was still watching.