RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — The Richmond Spiders have had plenty of time to reflect on last weekend’s head-scratching 15-point loss to Oral Roberts University, and head coach Chris Mooney believes the week-long break has benefited his squad as they prepare to open Atlantic 10 play on Saturday at Davidson. “Anytime you get any break in basketball, it’s pretty good and can be productive,” Mooney said during the Spiders’ practice Friday afternoon. Richmond (6-6) can put last Saturday’s ugly loss against a 4-10 ORU team in their rear view for good with a win over defending conference champion Davidson…
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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.
“I don’t think you can start worrying about the standings yet, but you can worry about protecting your home court all the time.”