The Collegian
Tuesday, November 29, 2022



Students to run in Richmond Marathon Saturday

For most college students, a 21st birthday means a night of partying, but for University of Richmond senior Meg McCall, who turned 21 on Monday, the celebration will be a little different. This Saturday, McCall and senior Drew Goldfarb will race in the SunTrust Richmond Marathon, a 26.2-mile race that starts on Broad Street near 7th St.


Recruiting violations result in two-year probation

The NCAA Division I Committee on Infractions placed the University of Richmond on two-year probation on Friday resulting from an investigation into recruiting violations that members of the athletic department committed during 2007 and 2008. The committee's report said the university did not properly monitor its athletic programs and that the men's and women's basketball coaches failed to encourage an atmosphere of compliance within their programs.


Photo Gallery: Richmond vs. Villanova

Villanova University ended the University of Richmond football team's 17-game winning streak with a 21-20 victory in front of a crowd of 11,667 at UR Stadium. Contact photographer Andrew Prezioso at, photographer Garrison Weaver at, and photographer Jimmy Young at

Field Hockey

Field hockey team beats Temple, wins A-10 championship

The University of Richmond field hockey team defeated Temple University today to win its sixth Atlantic 10 tournament title in the last eight years. The Spiders defeated third-seeded Temple 3-0 at the tournament, held in Amherst, Mass., and will now play Mid-American champion Ohio University at 1 p.m.


Two missed kicks sink Spiders, end winning streak

Villanova University ended the University of Richmond football team's 17-game winning streak with a 21-20 victory in front of 11,667 at UR Stadium. Richmond senior place kicker Andrew Howard had a chance to win it for the Spiders, but he missed a 35-yard field goal wide left with 5 seconds to play.


Next Up: Villanova

The University of Richmond football team has yet to lose a game this season, but if the Spiders want to secure at least a share of the Colonial Athletic Association title this week, they will need to beat No.


Three former Spiders to play pro football in Richmond

The Richmond Revolution, Richmond's new Indoor Football League team, signed three former University of Richmond football players to its 27-player roster for the 2010 season. Alumni Ryan Mace, Richmond College '05, Stephen Howell, RC '07, and Sherman Logan, RC '08, will make their Revolution debuts at the city's Arthur Ashe Jr.


Don't be a tepid bowl of mush

The No. 9 ranked Louisiana State University Tigers will face the No 2. ranked University of Alabama Crimson Tide in what could be the second-best match-up in college football this weekend. That's because the best game in college football this week will be played right down the road at UR Stadium, when a CAA title, an undefeated season, an unprecedented winning streak and home field advantage during the playoffs will be hanging in the balance for the University of Richmond when it takes on Villanova University. If you miss this football game, you had better be dead.

Cross Country

Spider alum reports from cross country championships

ST. LOUIS -- Saturday was the fourth time I huddled with my team in the middle of an open field, yards from the starting line and moments before the race for the Atlantic 10 Cross Country Championship title. I had come to this meet twice as a competitor, and last year I cheered and photographed from the sidelines while I was recovering from a foot injury.


No. 1 Richmond drubs Towson 42-14, continues streak

TOWSON, Md - The University of Richmond football team has won more games in a row than any other Division I team in the history of the Commonwealth of Virginia. The Spiders beat Towson University 42-14 Saturday afternoon at Johnny Unitas Stadium for their 17th-consecutive victory. "It feels really good to come out with a victory on the road against a very scrappy Towson team," Richmond head coach Mike London said. Photo Gallery The Tigers hung with the Spiders during the first half, and actually had a lead early during the third quarter, but Richmond answered with 22 unanswered points in 2 minutes and 33 seconds to put the game away. "In the first half, we missed two interceptions," London said.