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Kendall Anthony scored a career-high 31 points, making seven three-pointers.
Courtesy: Richmond Athletics
Red Hot Spiders Clip Falcons, 91-68
Courtesy:Richmond Athletics
Release:01/02/2013
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UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND, Va. - Sophomore Kendall Anthony scored a career-high 31 points and Richmond tied the Robins Center record for three-pointers with 16 in a 91-68 victory over Air Force on Wednesday night.

The Spiders made 16-of-26 three-pointers (.615) as they matched the school record set last year against Fordham. Richmond finished the non-conference portion of their schedule 10-5, while Air Force droopped to 8-4.

Anthony made a career-high seven three-pointers, just one shy of single-game school-record as he became the first Spider to score 30 points this season.The Jackson, Tenn. native made 7-of-9 three-pointers and 8-of-11 field goals.

At one point in the first half, Anthony scored eight points in 30 seconds, making back-to-back three-pointers and grabbing a steal for a fastbreak layup.

Senior Darien Brothers, who had made seven three-pointers in a win over Old Dominion last season in the Robins Center, connected on six Wednesday as he finished with a season-high 25 points.

Brothers moved into 39th on Richmond's all-time scoring list with 1,029 points, just two behind Mike Winiecki (1985-89) and four points behind Spike Welsh (1963-66).

The Richmond native also moved into eighth on Richmond's all-time career list for three-pointers with 163, passing Ken Atkinson (1986-90). Brothers entered the game third in the nation in three-poiint field goal percentage at (.535) and by going 6-of-9 he moved up to 55.0 percent.

Trey Davis followed up his career-high 12 points against Davidson with nine points and four rebounds against the Falcons. Davis has made a perfect 7-of-7 field goals in the last two games.

Freshman Terry Allen had eight points and junior Cedrick Lindsay had seven.

The Spiders open Atlantic 10 Conference play next Wednesday hosting Rhode Island at 7 p.m.

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