RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — The Richmond Spiders aren’t sunk yet in the Atlantic 10 thanks to their new two-game losing streak, but their not exactly in a favorable position either to stay in the top four spots of the conference standings either. Richmond lost a game it needed to win hosting George Mason Sunday night, and instead of starting with the energy necessary to show this was a must-win game the Spiders started ice cold and flat. It was “Headband Day” for goodness sake! Everybody was in a great mood and ready to roll, which is where we start my…
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Watch video clips of what T.J. Cline and Chris Mooney had to say after the loss to Dayton.
The Spiders are out of the A-10 Tournament after struggling against Dayton, 69-54.
8Sports caught up with Richmond Head Coach Chirs Mooney as well as T.J. Cline and ShawnDre’ Jones after the game.
Richmond leads Fordham 38-22 at halftime.
Richmond heads to the next round after beating Fordham 70 — 55. The top-seed Dayton is next for the Spiders.
The Spiders don’t defend or rebound very well, but when they’re clicking offensively, there isn’t a team in the A-10 they can’t beat.
In this post, we take a look at a few of the teams we consider to be the sleepers to win this week’s tournament.
The Spiders are seeking their fourth win in a row as they begin a two-game road trip at Davidson.
T.J. Cline tallied 18 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists to lead Richmond past St. Louis, 67-53, on the road Wednesday night.
It was the type of game fans packed a sold-out Robins Center to see.