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UR Basketball Coach Is Sticking Around For 10 More Years

The Spiders’ season may be over, but head coach Chris Mooney’s career at the University of Richmond isn’t. The Collegian reported: Richmond coach Chris Mooney has signed a 10-year extension to stay with the school through the 2020-21 season, the athletic department announced today. Mooney told his team of his intention to stay with the […]

Photos From The Morehead State Game

The Collegian snapped some awesome pics from University of Richmond’s win over Morehead State on Saturday. You can check them out here. The Spiders are taking on Kansas in the Sweet 16 in San Antonio on Friday. I’m predicting Kansas will be having flashbacks of this.

The Spiders Upset Vandy To Get To The 3rd Round!

Universtity of Richmond is making noise in the NCAA Tournament. According to The Collegian: DENVER— No. 12 Richmond upset No. 5 Vanderbilt in the second round of the 2011 NCAA tournament. The Commodores had a last-second chance to tie the game but the three-pointer was missed and senior Kevin Smith threw the ball in the […]

More Honors For UR’s Basketball Stars

According to The Collegian: Richmond has two first-team all-conference selections for the third time in school history. Seniors Kevin Anderson and Justin Harper were named to the first team all-Atlantic 10 Conference team, while fellow senior Kevin Smith was named to the A-10 all-defensive team. The voting was conducted among the 14 head coaches in […]

UR Captures Win Over JMU in Season’s Only Home Meet

Congrats to the University of Richmond for overtaking James Madison University in UR’s only home swim meet. Jimmy Young of the UR Collegian reports: The Richmond swimming and diving team trumped James Madison University 167-127 Saturday in front of a raucous crowd at the Robins Center Natatorium, led by three seniors competing in their final […]

UR Gains a Wide Receiver

According to an article from the Times-Dispatch, the University of Richmond has gained Harry Lee Daniel, a Highland Springs senior, via a verbal commitment. Daniel was a key offensive element for the Springers, who were 10-0 in the regular season. Highland Springs was No. 1 in The Times-Dispatch Poll and was ranked No. 5 in […]

UR Spiders Sports Update for Friday, 11/30

Here’s the latest University of Richmond Spiders Sports update from Bob Black: Gonzalvez Shoots Spiders Past Tribe On the strength of a career-high seven three-pointers, sophomore David Gonzalvez poured in 21 points to lead Richmond’s 58-55 comeback win over William & Mary Wednesday night at the Robins Center. The Spiders posted their first home win, […]

Archrivals Take to the Field (For a Good Cause Too!)

St. Christopher’s and the Collegiate School square off tomorrow at St. Christopher’s football field tomorrow (Saturday, November 3rd) for the popular long-standing game between the two rivals. In addition, the two schools are working together to raise food for the Central Virginia Foodback. Spectators are encouraged to bring canned items to fill the 220 brown […]

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