Former University of Richmond women's lacrosse standout Caitlin Fifield ('13) has been named as one of 41 players competing to represent Team Canada at the 2017 FIL Women's Lacrosse World Cup in Guildford, England.
RVA native Xavier Goodall was this week's recipient, being named CAA Co-Rookie of the Week after a breakout performance in the Spiders' 38-31 win over #23 Colgate on Saturday afternoon in front of a sellout crowd at Robins Stadium.
Rusher put together the third-best tournament score in program history to be the Nittany Lion medalist.
Conference play brings out the best in competition. That was on display on Sunday afternoon at Crenshaw Field when the University of Richmond field hockey team dropped a hard-fought battle to Lock Haven falling in a shootout, 2-1. Both teams scored a goal a piece during regulation and two overtimes.
Two of RVA's best were on display on Saturday afternoon at Robins Stadium as Brian Brown and Xavier Goodall helped lead the seventh-ranked Richmond Spiders to a thrilling 38-31 win over #21 Colgate in front of yet another sellout crowd.
Isabella Rusher is two shots off the overall lead.
Despite added pressure in the second half and a textbook penalty kick goal by senior Meaghan Carrigan, the University of Richmond women's soccer team fell to No. 4 West Virginia, 4-1, on Friday night at Robins Stadium.
Lucido's Richmond field hockey squad used a dominating second half performance to spark the Spiders to a 3-1 victory over Davidson in Atlantic 10 action on Friday afternoon at Crenshaw Field.
It was Sept. 29, 2007 - a shootout between Top 25 teams, as No. 25 Richmond outlasted No. 11 New Hampshire, 45-38.
The Spiders will take on the field at the Nittany Lion Invitational.
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