The University of Richmond Spiders men's and women's cross country and women's track & field teams will welcome a class of 12 student-athletes to campus this fall to continue their academic and athletic careers.
The University of Richmond Spiders Director of Track and Field and Cross Country, Lori Taylor and staff announced the 2014-15 honorees on Tuesday.
University of Richmond senior Jordan Chavez has been selected to the U.S. team for the 12th North American, Central American & Caribbean (NACAC) Mountain Running Championship to be held Saturday, July 18.
University of Richmond Spiders track & field senior Ryan Lee was named the recipient of the 2015 William L. Lumpkin Award.
The University of Richmond Spiders men's and women's cross country teams announced their 2015 schedule on Wednesday afternoon.
Mylon Blueford (football) and Jordan Chavez (cross country) attended the NCAA Career in Sports Forum in Indianapolis.
Five Richmond athletic teams were recognized by the NCAA on Wednesday for ranking in the top 10 in the nation for their respective sports in Academic Progress Rate (APR) scores.
University of Richmond Spiders cross country runner Matthew Groff was part of a Richmond team that placed 10th overall at the 19th Annual Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl Competition held at the Association for Practical and Professional Ethics (APPE) Annual Meeting in Costa Mesa, California on Sunday, February 22.
The University of Richmond men's and women's cross country squads have continued their long-standing tradition of academic excellence by achieving 2014 Division I All-Academic status, as announced by the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Association of America (USTFCCCA) this week. This marks the 13th consecutive year that both Spider squads have been named to the list.
The University of Richmond Spiders men's cross country team ran hard this weekend at the Cross Country National Championships in Colorado.
The University of Richmond Spiders track and field and cross country teams will both be in action this weekend.
Alyson McGonigle, '15, has a passion for serving her community. Whether she's in her hometown of Chester Springs, Penn., or at University of Richmond, the Northern transplant does her best to enrich the community around her while balancing her studies and training schedule.