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Ginny Doyle, a senior guard on the women's basketball team, stepped to the foul line at the Robins Center looking to complete a three-point play against Old Dominion Jan. 22, 1992. Doyle had not missed a foul shot since March 1, 1991, so, naturally, her teammates anticipated a make.
Two of the three passengers who were in a deadly hot air balloon crash in Caroline, Va., Friday night were University of Richmond women's basketball staff members, according to the Henrico Citizen and additional sources. Police have found two bodies and the third one is missing, according to police.
Derrick Gordon, a University of Massachusetts starter, became the first openly gay men's Division I basketball player last week - another positive step for gay student-athletes in what hasn't always been a welcoming environment.
The University of Richmond men's basketball team saw its highest attendance numbers this year since the 1997-1998 season.
3-4 - Virginia Commonwealth University is 3-4 on the road in conference play, and has lost three of its last four road games. Additionally, Richmond has beaten VCU in the last two games played at the Robins Center. Tonight's game is not surprisingly sold out, but VCU will have their fair share of fans. The new Robins Center has been notoriously loud all season - St. Joseph's coach Phil Martelli even questioned whether Richmond had amplified the crowd noise. It will be interesting to see how many VCU fans get into the Robins Center, and if they can nullify Richmond's home-court advantage.
Coming off a nail-biting loss earlier in the season to the Virginia Commonwealth University Rams, the women's basketball team looked to get back in the win column in Atlantic 10 play. The Spiders defeated the Rams 73-60 Wednesday night, with all five starters in double figures.
Tuesday night, the women's basketball team outlasted the Fordham University Rams in a double overtime thriller, winning 78-77 on a game-winning shot by freshman guard Janelle Hubbard. The Spiders rebounded after dropping their first game against Fordham back in January. Hubbard and senior guard Kristina King combined for a total of 58 points.
Injuries have been a problem for both the women's soccer and basketball teams at University of Richmond this year.
The University of Richmond women's basketball team took on the Duquesne Dukes looking for their third consecutive victory against the Dukes, but fell short 55-45, Saturday night. Both the Spiders and Dukes were coming off wins Wednesday and wanted to extend that fortune.
The University of Richmond Spiders women's basketball team suffered a 53-49 loss to the visiting St. Bonaventure Bonnies on Saturday afternoon. Coming into the series, Richmond led the all-time series, 10-6.
Olivia Healy missed a triple double by three assists, as more than 1,400 students and faculty from 22 local schools watched University of Richmond (8-10, 2-3 Atlantic 10) push past the George Mason University Patriots (6-12, 0-5 A-10) in overtime, 67-64, Wednesday afternoon.
The University of Richmond women's basketball team (4-5) beat University of North Carolina-Wilmington (1-8) Saturday with a final score of 64-49. The UNC-Wilmington Seahawks never got ahead of the Spiders, and shot 30 percent from the field compared to the Spiders' 49 percent.
James Madison University (3-0) out-rebounded University of Richmond 55-30 as it beat the Spiders, 78-70, in the Robins Center Thursday night.
The University of Richmond women's basketball team came up short against the University of Alabama at Birmingham Blazers, 53-49, Sunday in the team's first game in the recently renovated Robins Center. Richmond freshman Olivia Healy was superb, but the Blazers (2-2) were too much for the Spiders (1-2) in the end.
The National Collegiate Athletic Association announced rule changes for the 2013-14 men's and women's basketball season intended to increase scoring and tempo of game-play, according to its online announcement.
The Richmond Rowdies have big plans for the start of basketball season Friday, Nov. 8 against University of Delaware in the newly renovated Robins Center.
After disappointing losses in the first round of the Atlantic 10 tournament the past two seasons, the women's basketball team decided to change its "pURpose."
The women's basketball team will face a high level of nonconference competition this year, taking on nine teams that saw postseason action last year.
After several weeks of practice on the courts in the Weinstein Center for Recreation and Wellness, the men's and women's basketball teams are less than two weeks away from returning to the Robins Center, perhaps as soon as the start of next week.
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