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Wednesday, August 17, 2022

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Football

Football to honor seniors at Delaware game

The football team's 12 seniors have an impressive resume: four consecutive winning seasons, two conference championships and the longest postseason run in school history. "We wanted to leave our mark and kind of turn the program around," senior defensive lineman Lawrence Sidbury Jr.


Sports

College hoops is finally here

Featured sports content has been different since the World Series ended a few weeks ago, and most of these changes point to the same glorious fact - college basketball season is coming. Because I began my time as sports editor toward the end of the NCAA basketball tournament, I don't think I was able to fully convey just how much I love college basketball.


Opinion

GOP Fallout

By Jarrett Dieterle Collegian Columnist Immediately after last Tuesday's election many speculators were busy eulogizing the Republican Party.


Opinion

Letter: Shun JuicyCampus.com

We are writing to address JuicyCampus.com and its consequence to our campus community. First, we wish to express our collective disapproval and disappointment with Juicy Campus.


Features

Boutique of the Week: Roadrunner

3002 West Cary St. Richmond,Va. At Roadrunner, the employees use the track that goes around the inside of the store to analyze a customer's foot mechanics to determine the best shoe for the customer's stride. "Newer stores use treadmills now," employee Alison Burnette said.


Sports

Freshmen on men's soccer team lead Spiders to win over Duquesne

By Andrew Prezioso Collegian Staff In the final game for seniors from the University of Richmond men's soccer team, it was a pair of freshmen who played a key role in the team's 1-0 victory over Duquesne University. "I'm so happy for the boys," said Richmond coach Jeff Gettler.


Football

Football defeats Hofstra 34-14, Vaughan rushes for 240 yards

HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. -- The University of Richmond football team improved to 7-3 this season after beating the Hofstra University Pride 34-14 on Saturday, a win that came off senior tailback Josh Vaughan's two touchdowns and career-high 240 rushing yards -- the fifth-best game performance in school history. The Spiders stormed out early in a heavy rain at Schuart Stadium, scoring on their first five possessions to make the score 27-0 after the first half.


News

Jones to succeed Wilder as mayor, but votes remain uncounted

By Michael Gaynor Collegian Reporter Dwight Clinton Jones will be the City of Richmond's next mayor after carrying five districts and defeating three other candidates vying for the office. But 6,300 absentee votes remain uncounted, a number that could theoretically swing the election for Pantele if there are enough votes in two key districts.


Sports

Men's soccer blanked 2-0 by St. Bonaventure, ending playoff hopes

On Senior Night, the University of Richmond men's soccer team got shut out for the eighth time this season, falling to the Saint Bonaventure Bonnies 2-0 and ending any chance of an Atlantic 10 playoff berth. "It's horrible for our seniors to lose on their night," said redshirt freshman goalie Brock Tomlinson, whose team is now 2-12-3 and 1-4-3 in the A-10. The Spiders honored their four seniors -- Thomas Kale, Brennan Lincoln, Scott Loesser and Delano Pierre -- with a brief ceremony before the start of the game. Sophomore Brett Allen scored first for the Bonnies during the 40th minute of play.


News

Students visit the new CDC

By Elizabeth Hyman Collegian Reporter The Career Development Center's new location Tyler Haynes Commons' third floor has been open for only a few weeks, but already students have been making the trip up to visit. Construction continues on parts of the third floor, but amid the ladders and workers is the new CDC, locating behind inviting glass windows and doors. With the walls painted orange, green and yellow, the new space -- where the President's Dining Room used to be -- is calming and has windows overlooking Westhampton Lake, giving the room an open feel. Leslie Stevenson, director of the CDC, lists the facility's aesthetics as one of its advantages over the former location in the basement of Richmond Hall.