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Finishing with a combined 34 fouls between both team, the University of Richmond women's basketball team's 65-43 victory on Sunday afternoon at the Robins Center over Old Dominion was physical from start to finish. The Spiders were able to force 24 turnovers on defense, while surrendering 23 of their own on offense.
Starting the second half on a 10-3 run, the University of Richmond women's basketball team was able to pull away from the Virginia Commonwealth University Rams on Sunday evening at the Robins Center. By playing solid defense throughout the game the Spiders were able to wait for their offense to catch up during the second half for the eventual 68-53 victory.
Normally, a basketball player going eight-for-nine from the free-throw line is a positive contribution to her team. But Wednesday evening, junior Abby Oliver hit one free throw too many.
With 18 seconds left in the game, Richmond senior Brittani Shells emerged through a crowd of tired players bumping into each other to claim the inbound pass, stutter stepped and laid the ball perfectly off the backboard to give the Spiders a five-point lead.
Shells started all 33 games last year, and averaged 16.7 points per game, the most of any Atlantic 10 player. She was selected to the A-10 All Conference first team, and A-10 All Conference defensive team. She scored in double-figures in all but four games last season, and is sixth on Richmond's all-time scoring list with 1,457 points.
All Samantha Bilney has to do is look down to her knees to see what one misstep or awkward landing can do. On her right knee is a scar that extends from the kneecap down to her shin, surrounded by many other little scars, while the countless scars on her left knee are covered up by a knee brace that she wears while playing basketball.
Senior point guard Brittani Shells is already tired three games into the season. But she has a good reason to be tired.
Q: You scored your team-leading 10th goal in the final game against St. Bonaventure; how did that feel?
Many young athletes dream about playing sports at the college level while still in Little League. Not too many children dream about being a broadcast journalist. But junior guard Rachael Bilney knew she wanted to do both.
In the world of the University of Richmond men's and women's basketball, mayhem ensues long before March Madness rolls around.
There is a group of people at the University of Richmond that often goes unnoticed. They go to classes, lodges, the dining hall and even live in the dorms, but they are the smallest class on campus. They are the fifth-year senior athletes.
Professors conduct chemistry classes in Gottwald, but the University of Richmond women's basketball team held its own team chemistry classes in several Scandinavian cities during its trip abroad that began on Aug. 10 and ended Aug. 19.
The University of Richmond women's basketball team ended its season with a 69-55 loss in the second round of the Women's National Invitation Tournament to Syracuse University on Monday night.
The No. 14 University of Richmond women's basketball team upset No. 3 University of Delaware 67-49 on Thursday night during the opening game in the Women's National Invitational Tournament.
The University of Richmond women's basketball team concluded its regular season with a record of 18-11 after defeating Saint Louis University on Sunday.
Three days after losing during the final seconds, the University of Richmond women's basketball team lost another tight ball game to Temple University, 77-67, on Wednesday night at the Robins Center.
Senior Brittany Ford hit a game-winning jump shot with .9 seconds left to give Saint Joseph's University a 67-66 win against the University of Richmond women's basketball team on Sunday afternoon at the Robins Center.
The University of Richmond women's basketball team dropped a road conference game at St. Bonaventure on Wednesday, and its record fell to 5-5 in the Atlantic 10 and 16-9 overall.
The University of Richmond women's basketball team had its best offensive game in nearly one month and defeated the University of Rhode Island, 70-46, on Saturday night at the Robins Center.
The only thing colder than the snow storm outside the Robins Center Saturday was the Richmond women's basketball team during the second half of its 79-60 loss to Duquesne University.