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Former Richmond Spider David Gonzalvez signs with Finnish club

Former Richmond men’s basketball player David Gonzalvez has signed on with a new club in his fifth season of professional basketball.

What’s at stake for UVA football on Saturday vs. #7 UCLA

We’ll have a sense of UVA football coach Mike London’s job security somewhere around 3:15 p.m. Eastern on Saturday.

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Richmond men’s basketball unveils 2014-15 schedule

The University of Richmond has released its 2014-15 men’s basketball schedule, head coach Chris Mooney announced Wednesday.

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Richmond men’s basketball to play Pepperdine in Gotham Classic

The Richmond men’s basketball team will take on Pepperdine in Madison Square Garden in New York City on Dec. 20 as part of the 2014 Gotham Classic. The game will be broadcast on ESPN3.

Virginia schools featured in Fiske Guide to Colleges

This year, four Virginia schools have been included in the Fiske Guide to Colleges.


VMI baseball pushes past Richmond, 4-2

Jordan Tarsovich had the tie-breaking single in the sixth inning and the VMI bullpen held the Richmond Spiders to just two hits over the final six frames, sending the Keydets to a 4-2 win in non-conference baseball action Wednesday in Lexington. The win was VMI’s (18-13) third consecutive midweek victory.

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#7 UVa. men’s lacrosse nips Richmond, 13-12

UVa. attackman James Pannell led all scorers with four goals to elevate the No. 7 Virginia Cavaliers (2-0) over the Richmond Spiders (0-1) on Saturday afternoon, 13-12, in front of 4,249 at Robins Stadium.

Chris Graham: It’s official-UVa. football is headed toward another losing season

We knew the opponents, had a rough idea of the order that the games would be played, but now it’s official. UVa. football has its 2014 schedule, and we can now project that the ‘Hoos are headed toward their seventh losing season in the last nine years.

VMI releases 2014 baseball schedule

VMI baseball has released its 2014 schedule, which contains six 2013 regional qualifiers and 33 games at the friendly confines of Gray-Minor Stadium, the most home games for the program since 2010 (34).

Richmond falls to #1 seed Kansas in Sweet 16

Richmond fell to top-seeded Kansas, 77-57, in the NCAA Sweet 16 Friday night at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. Senior Justin Harper led Richmond with 22 points. The hot-shooting Kansas took the wind out of Richmond’s sails early, with a 14-2 run to take a 31-9 lead with 6:35 remaining in first frame. Richmond […]

Sweet 16: Richmond 2, Big East 2

You read that right. Our state’s capital city has all of two NCAA teams, both of which made the NCAA Tournament field of 68, and both of which fought their way into the Sweet 16 with a combined record of 5-0. Meanwhile, the entirety of the Big East, a 16-team superconference stretching from the Northeast […]

Selection Sunday: What it all means

Virginia and Virginia Tech need to beef up their out-of-conference schedules OK, so ACC teams don’t get to play the likes of Georgia State in January and February. That said, the Committee has made it clear that it expects power-conference teams to play more challenging nonconference schedules than Seth Greenberg likes to put together. That […]

Focus | London: ‘I will make winning a priority’

   Story by Chris Graham freepress2@ntelos.net Mike London is back for a third stint on the sidelines at Scott Stadium, this time as the man in charge of righting the course of the wayward University of Virginia football ship. “I will make winning a priority, but also by doing it the right way, and also […]

Spiders rally late, hold on for 21-17 win at JMU

Richmond drove for the go-ahead score midway through the final quarter and forced a fumble as James Madison was driving with one minute to go to pull out a 21-17 Colonial Athletic Association football win on Saturday afternoon at Bridgeforth Stadium/Zane Showker Field. UR improved to 5-0 on the season and 3-0 in the CAA […]