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  • At UR, Rocco tries to reproduce program resurrection

    This college football team struggled to win close games, failed to prevail in any league contests, and a coaching change followed.

  • UR: rush to improvement

    Rush to improvementAmong the areas that new University of Richmond coach Danny Rocco will try to upgrade is the Spiders' running game, which has steadily slipped over the past five seasons:

  • UR will clarify Lindsay's status today

    A University of Richmond spokesman on Sunday said the school wouldn't provide an update on the status of guard Cedrick Lindsay until today.

  • Spiders have all the pieces to beat Temple

    The Richmond Spiders scored in the paint. They scored from the perimeter. They played tenacious defense.

  • Williams, Spiders overpower Owls

    Derrick Williams' muscle set the tone as Richmond rolled to a 76-65 Atlantic 10 Conference win over Temple.

  • Richmond spanks Temple 76-65 in A-10 victory

    UR's Spiders humbled Temple 76-65 on Saturday night in an Atlantic 10 Conference game.

  • Duinker's length a plus for UR vs. Temple

    Kendall Anthony dribbled to the top of the key after a quick change of possession in a University of Richmond scrimmage Monday, and he passed to Josh Duinker on the right wing. The 6-foot-11 senior, with feet set and eyes on the hoop, promptly hit a 3-pointer.

  • UR notes

    Opportunity knocks against Owls

  • UR redshirts shooting long-range

    Those who believe redshirting in basketball is a breeze, please meet Trey Davis before dawn's early light for a weightlifting session.

  • UR notebook

    Offensive system not settled yet

  • Ex-UVa. QB Strauss transferring to UR

    Michael Strauss, a quarterback who spent the past two seasons at the University of Virginia, will start classes at the University of Richmond today.

  • UR's defense rebounds, subjugates URI

    The University of Richmond's defense authoritatively rebounded from Wednesday's uncharacteristically soft effort at Charlotte to stifle Rhode Island 70-53 on Saturday night at the Ryan Center in Kingston, R.I.

  • Hightower highlights UR Hall of Fame class

    Tim Hightower missed most of his senior football season at Alexandria's Episcopal High because of a foot injury. The running back fell off of the recruiting boards of almost all college programs that were aware of him.

  • UR women's team loses on buzzer shot

    Richmond had an eight-point advantage at halftime on Saturday, but Temple chipped away late and Kristen McCarthy recorded a jumper with .2 seconds remaining to send the Owls to a 56-55 victory at the Robins Center.

  • Spiders defense stifles Rhode Island in 70-53 win

    The University of Richmond's defense authoritatively rebounded from Wednesday's uncharacteristically soft effort at Charlotte to stifle Rhode Island 70-53 on Saturday night at the Ryan Center in Kingston, R.I.

  • Former Cavalier Baron off to another good start at URI

    Billy Baron experienced a promising start at his first collegiate stop, the University of Virginia. The 6-foot-2 guard is replicating that at Rhode Island, which hosts the University of Richmond tonight.

  • Richmond-Rhode Island preview capsule

    RICHMOND AT RHODE ISLANDWhen: 7 p.m.   Where: Ryan Center (cap. 7,657), Kingston, R.I.

  • Ex-Spider Harper in NBA, former teammate Anderson aims to follow

    For the first time in five years, Justin Harper and Kevin Anderson aren't teammates. An NBA reunion appeals to the former Spiders.

  • UR falls to Charlotte in A-10 opener

    Far more often than the University of Richmond wanted, a guard was caught inside defending one of Charlotte's big men. It was 6-foot-3 Darien Brothers trying to hold out against 6-7 Javarris Barnett, 6-0 Cedrick Lindsay attempting to push 6-8 Chris Braswell away from the bucket, or some other undesirable situation.

  • UR's Brothers: getting warmer

    UR's Brothers getting warmerRichmond guard Darien Brothers (left), a junior from Benedictine, is heating up as the weather is getting colder:

  • UR's Brothers knew it was only a matter of time

    An early nomination for Soothsayer of the Season goes to Darien Brothers.

  • Richmonder Gray kept eye on ball in Rose Bowl

    The football hit the field, wobbled a bit, and then didn't move, settling inches from the sideline.

  • UR-Charlotte basketball preview

    RICHMOND AT CHARLOTTEWhen: 7:30 p.m.   Where: Halton Arena (cap. 9,105), Charlotte, N.C.

  • UR notebook: Corp will get shot at NFL Combine

    Quarterback Aaron Corp, who spent two seasons at the University of Richmond after transferring from Southern California, has been invited to the NFL scouting combine, which will be held Feb. 22-28 in Indianapolis.

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