The Collegian
Wednesday, May 18, 2022

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Current active cases

634

Total cumulative cases

97.9%

Reporting students vaccinated

94.3%

Reporting faculty/staff vaccinated

Barrett Neale


City of Richmond recognizes Spider football

For the second-consecutive year, the Richmond City Council recognized the University of Richmond football team for its accomplishments during the season. "Richmond City Council recognizes the University of Richmond Spiders football team as co-champions of the 2009 Colonial Athletic Association football season with a league 7-1 win-loss record," City Clerk Lou B.

Students, fans, players say goodbye to UR Stadium

After 81 seasons, it is time to say goodbye to the home of the University of Richmond football program. When the Spiders take on the College of William & Mary at noon on Saturday, it will be the last time they play a regular-season game at UR Stadium in Carytown.

Field hockey team wins play-in game, secures NCAA berth

The field hockey team won 2-1 at Ohio University in today's play-in game for the 2009 NCAA Championship tournament. The Bobcats got an early lead, scoring during the first minute of the game, but would not score again as senior goalkeeper Jacki Raithel had five saves.

Field hockey heads to A-10 tourney as No. 1 seed

Gina Lucido has been waiting for one major accomplishment during her 19-year career as a field hockey coach: a conference championship. Lucido won three conference titles as a player at Ball State University, but hasn't won one as a coach.

Coach Peter Albright with his daughter, first-year student and member of the varsity women's soccer team Allie Albright.

On women's soccer team, father becomes coach

When freshman Allie Albright started thinking about where she would play soccer in college, the one school she ruled out immediately was the University of Richmond. She said she hadn't wanted to play for her father, Peter Albright, who has been Richmond's women's soccer coach since the program's inception in 1996.

GLBTQ panel discusses issues, answers questions

For most children, a trip to Jamaica is a vacation, but for freshman Kadeem Fyffe, it was a threat. Fyffe is a first-generation American whose parents are from Jamaica, and he said they had had little to no exposure to homosexuality until they came to the United States.

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