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AMHERST, Mass. — A 15-yard touchdown pass by freshman quarterback Montel White to Tre Gray with nine seconds left in the game gave the University of Richmond an improbable 11-10 victory over the University of Massachusetts Saturday afternoon at McGuirk Stadium.
Senior tailback Tyler Kirchoff set career highs with 24 rushing attempts, 129 yards and four touchdowns to lead Richmond over Coastal Carolina University, 41-19, Saturday afternoon at Robins Stadium. Three late interceptions from the Richmond defense sealed the game for the Spiders. Richmond improved to 2-2 on the year.
Cadets from the University of Richmond, Virginia Commonwealth University, Randolph Macon College, Virginia Union University, Hampden-Sydney College and Longwood University gathered at Fort Lee, Va., Saturday for the Spider Battalion's Leadership Lab Weekend, where they practiced techniques and skills that will be used in the field.
In the Colonial Athletic Association opener for both teams, the University of Delaware Blue Hens used their overwhelming air attack, led by quarterback Pat Devlin's 240 passing yards to defeat the University of Richmond Spiders, 34-13, at Robins Stadium Saturday evening.
The university community welcomed the Class of 2014 on consecutive weekends in September. Richmond College hosted its Investiture Ceremony September 12 and Westhampton College September 19.
The University of Richmond defeated Elon 27-21 in overtime on Saturday in front of a sold out crowd in the inaugural game at Robins Stadium. Richmond took the ball at the 25-yard line in its overtime possession, and only needed two plays to score. A 16-yard run by senior running back Tyler Kirchoff cemented the victory for Richmond.
In anticipation of Saturday's first on-campus home game, more than 500 students packed E. Claiborne Robins Stadium Wednesday evening for a pep rally. Coach Latrell Scott encouraged students to get up early Saturday morning and participate in the Spider Walk.
The University of Richmond football team lost to former coach Mike London and the University of Virginia, 34-13, Saturday night at Scott Stadium in Charlottesville.
Upon entering the cool and quiet sanctuary of the on-campus Gallery named in her honor, Lora Robins's oil-painted portrait hangs to the right of the foyer above the exquisite floor made of semi-precious stone.
Not too many University of Richmond students visit the Lora Robins Gallery, an on-campus museum hidden behind the large wooden double doors in front of Lakeview Hall.
The defense won the annual spring football game, 54-23, Saturday afternoon. Special rules were in place that allowed the defense to score one point for a forced punt, a tackle for a loss or a broken-up pass; two points for a fourth-down stop, a sack or a two-point conversion stop; three points for a forced missed field goal, a forced three-and-out or a takeaway; and six points for scoring a touchdown. The scoring for offense was the same as a normal game, but it received one point for every first down.
About 70 students converged Friday at Jepson Hall wielding signs in protest of alumna Victoria Cobb, president of The Family Foundation of Virginia, who is one of two graduates this year to receive an award presented annually by the Jepson School of Leadership Studies.
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. hosted a stepping competition April 2 between Richmond's six Panhellenic sororities: Alpha Chi Omega, Delta Delta Delta, Delta Gamma, Kappa Alpha Theta, Kappa Kappa Gamma and Pi Beta Phi. The sororities were competing for a $700 prize, which was won by Delta Delta Delta.
The St. Mary's College men's basketball team defeated the University of Richmond March 18 during the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Providence, R.I.
More than 50 people, many of them University of Richmond students, gathered in front of the Weinstein Jewish Community Center Tuesday afternoon to counter-protest a visit from an anti-gay, anti-Semitic church group.
The Vagina Monologues, which is performed internationally around Valentine's Day to support V-Day, a global movement to stop violence against women and girls, opened Friday night and was performed again Saturday night in the Tyler Haynes Commons.
Students from Allies 2010 and Common Ground organized a "Mix It Up Day" Thursday, Feb. 18, a day in which students could cross boundaries and get to know new people. The event took place in the Westhampton Dining Room from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
The Black Student Alliance held its annual Black Arts Festival on Feb. 20 at the Pier. The event featured many bands and dance groups both from the University of Richmond and the general Richmond community. Performers included Off the Cuff, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., Ngoma African Dance Company, the Larri Branch Agenda and Ban Caribe. Richmond area vendors were also on hand to sell beauty products, shirts and accessories. The event was co-sponsored by Multicultural Student Union, the Black History Month Committee, the Office of the Chaplaincy and the Office of Student Development.
The Young Graduate Council of the Greater Richmond Alumni Chapter hosted "Dress For Success: Building Your Professional Wardrobe" at the Banana Republic in Stony Point Fashion Park. Attendees learned about trends in interview attire, networked with alumni and were given coupons to shop.
For the second-consecutive year, Michael Christian, author of the international bestseller "The Art of Kissing," came to the University of Richmond. Members of the university community packed the Tyler Haynes Commons on Feb. 10 to see students demonstrate kisses and perform short skits while Christian explained the types of kisses, the technique involved and the ways men's and women's preferences differ, which was revealed through research for his book.