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09/16/17 - (QB) - Kyle Lauletta, rSr, 6-2, 215
Kyle Lauletta threw for a school record six touchdown passes and Richmond cruised to a 68-21 win over Howard on Saturday. Richmond (2-1) scored seven touchdowns on its first eight drives and led 48-7 at halftime, setting a school record for most points in a half. The Spiders' 34 second-quarter points also set a school record for most points in a quarter. Lauletta threw two touchdown passes - one a 70 yarder - to Porter Abell, as well as scores to Tyler Wilkins, Cortrelle Simpson, Gordon Collins and Jay Palmer. Lauletta completed 24 of 27 passes (89 percent) for 290 yards. Aaron Corp set the school's single-game completion percentage record going 31 for 34 (91.2) at Towson on Oct. 8, 2011. Palmer also ran for a score and finished with 102 yards on 12 carries, and Richmond piled up 332 yards yards rushing. Richmond (2-1) outgained Howard 622-288 in total offense. Caylin Netwon led Howard (1-2) with 183 yards passing on just five completions with one touchdown. - AP College Football


09/13/17 - (DE) - Andrew Clyde, rJr, 6-2, 275
SEPT 11 CAA FOOTBALL CO-DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Andrew Clyde, Jr., DL, Richmond (Dallas, Texas/Highland Park)...Clyde recorded a career-high 10 tackles, 1.5 tackles for loss and two pass breakups in Richmond's 20-17 win at No. 25 Colgate. One of the junior's deflections resulted in an interception and he helped force a three-and-out with a sack, a breakup and a TFL which set up UR's game-winning drive. - CAA Football


09/09/17 - (K) - Griffin Trau, rJr, 5-08, 180
Griffin Trau kicked a 27-yard field goal with 1:29 to go and Richmond held on to beat Colgate 20-17 on Saturday in a matchup of highly rated FCS teams. Trau's game-winner culminated a nine-play, 64 yard drive for the Spiders (1-1). Daniel Jones intercepted Colgate's Grant Breneman on the first play from scrimmage after the field goal to seal it. Colgate (1-1) got on the board first, as a short second-quarter punt set the Raiders up in Richmond territory. Six plays later, Breneman hit Alex Greenawalt from the 7 for a touchdown. Richmond answered on its next drive, going 75 yards in six plays, including Deontez Thompson's 5-yard scoring run. The Spiders tied it on the first play of the fourth quarter on a 1-yard touchdown plunge by Gordon Collins, and took its first lead with just under 9 minutes to go on Trau's 36-yard field goal. Colgate's Chris Puzzi tied it at 17 with a 25-yard field goal with 3:58 left. Richmond's Kyle Lauletta finished 25 of 38 for 306 yards. Dejon Brissett made 12 catches for 159 yards. - AP College Football


01/09/17 - (DT) - Winston Craig, rSr, 6-3, 288
2016 ALL-COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): DL Winston Craig, Richmond, Sr.,...Defensively, Winston Craig and Omar Howard were stalwarts on a unit that ranked in the top-five in the country in fewest passing yards allowed, as well as putting up the highest sack and tackle for a loss totals in recent years. Craig ranked second in the league with 7.5 sacks on the year, a career-high, and also blocked a league-high three field goals. Howard led the Spiders in tackles for the second straight year and had a career high eight tackles for a loss this year. - Richmond Football


01/09/17 - (K) - Griffin Trau, rJr, 5-08, 180
2016 ALL-COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): PK Griffin Trau, Richmond, So.,...Trau may be the unsung hero for the Spiders this season, knocking down 17 of his 20 field goal attempts and a perfect 36-for-36 on extra points. His 87 points this year rank as the ninth-most in a single season in program history and his 36 extra points put him fifth on Richmondís all-time single-season list. - Richmond Football


01/09/17 - (OG) - Thomas Evans, rSr, 6-3, 305
2016 ALL-COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): OL Thomas Evans, Richmond, Sr.,...Thomas Evans, Nicholas Vergos and James Pavik were integral parts of the blocking attack that helped paved the way for three different 100-yard rushers this season, including five of the final six games. - Richmond Football


01/09/17 - (WR) - Brian Brown, Sr, 6-1, 204
2016 ALL-COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): WR Brian Brown, Richmond, Sr.,...In addition to leading the CAA in every receiving category, Brown led the CAA in every receiving category and ranks in the top-five in the nation as well in the same categories. The Richmond, Va. native is currently 17th all-time in FCS history with 3,897 career yards and is just one TD away from tying the all-time program record. - Richmond Football


01/09/17 - (ILB) - Omar Howard, rSr, 6-0, 234
2016 ALL-COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM (COACHES): LB Omar Howard, Richmond, Sr.,...Defensively, Winston Craig and Omar Howard were stalwarts on a unit that ranked in the top-five in the country in fewest passing yards allowed, as well as putting up the highest sack and tackle for a loss totals in recent years. Craig ranked second in the league with 7.5 sacks on the year, a career-high, and also blocked a league-high three field goals. Howard led the Spiders in tackles for the second straight year and had a career high eight tackles for a loss this year. - Richmond Football


01/09/17 - (DE) - Brandon Waller, Sr, 6-3, 265
2016 ALL-COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): DL Brandon Waller, Richmond, Jr.,...Waller came back from an injury that kept him out of the majority of last season to rank in the top-10 in the CAA in tackles for a loss and sacks. He was second on the team with nine tackles for a loss and five sacks. He tied for third on the team in total tackles, but missed the final two games of the year with an injury. - Richmond Football


01/09/17 - (C) - Nicholas Vergos, Sr, 6-2, 284
2016 ALL-COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): OL Nicholas Vergos, Richmond, Sr.,...Thomas Evans, Nicholas Vergos and James Pavik were integral parts of the blocking attack that helped paved the way for three different 100-yard rushers this season, including five of the final six games. - Richmond Football


01/09/17 - (FB) - James Pavik, rSr, 6-0, 245
2016 ALL-COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): FB/HB James Pavik, Richmond, Sr.,...Thomas Evans, Nicholas Vergos and James Pavik were integral parts of the blocking attack that helped paved the way for three different 100-yard rushers this season, including five of the final six games. - Richmond Football


01/09/17 - (QB) - Kyle Lauletta, rSr, 6-2, 215
2016 ALL-COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM (COACHES): QB Kyle Lauletta, Richmond, Jr.,...Lauletta was outstanding in his second year under center for the Spiders. He led the league and ranked in the top-10 in the country with 3,022 yards, his second consecutive 3,000-yard season. He passed for a league-high and career-high 24 TDs, which was just two away from the programís single-season record. - Richmond Football


01/09/17 - (SS) - Brendan Coniker, Sr, 6-0, 205
2016 ALL-COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL THIRD TEAM (COACHES): S Brendan Coniker, Richmond, Jr.,...Coniker had a breakout year in his first year starting, racking up 76 tackles, which ranked second on the team. He also had two interceptions and a fumble recovery from his safety position. - Richmond Football


01/09/17 - (TE) - Garrett Hudson, rSr, 6-4, 240
2016 ALL-COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL THIRD TEAM (COACHES): TE Garrett Hudson, Richmond, Jr.,...Tyler Wilkins and Garrett Hudson were dynamic passing catching threats for Lauletta, both catching four TDs on the year to rank in the top-10 in the league in that category. - Richmond Football


01/09/17 - (WR) - Tyler Wilkins, Jr, 6-1, 190
2016 ALL-COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FOOTBALL THIRD TEAM (COACHES): WR Tyler Wilkins, Richmond, So.,...Tyler Wilkins and Garrett Hudson were dynamic passing catching threats for Lauletta, both catching four TDs on the year to rank in the top-10 in the league in that category. - Richmond Football


12/26/16 - (K) - Griffin Trau, rJr, 5-08, 180
2016 WALTER CAMP NATIONAL FCS ALL-AMERICAN: PK Griffin Trau, Richmond,...Trau finished the year with a school record and CAA-tying record 23 field goals, while setting a new school record with points by a kicker with 111 on the year. He led all of FCS with his 23 field goals and ranked in the top-10 in the country in field goal percentage, knocking home 88.5-percent of his kicks. - Richmond Football


12/19/16 - (WR) - Brian Brown, Sr, 6-1, 204
2016 AFCA NATIONAL FCS FIRST TEAM ALL-AMERICAN (COACHES): WR Brian Brown, 6-2 205, Sr., Richmond, Danny Rocco, Richmond, Va. (Hermitage),...Brown, who earned All-American accolades for the second straight season, will go down as one of the best to ever put on a Spider uniform. This fall, he broke his own single-season school mark with 1,485 receiving yards, while also tying the school record for receiving TDs with 11. He led the CAA in catches (81), receiving yards and TDs. He ranked in the top-five in the country in all three of those categories. - Richmond Football


12/19/16 - (K) - Griffin Trau, rJr, 5-08, 180
2016 AFCA NATIONAL FCS SECOND TEAM ALL-AMERICAN (COACHES): PK Griffin Trau, 5-8 180, RSo., Richmond, Danny Rocco, Culver, Ind. (Western Reserve Academy),...Trau may be the story of the year for the Spiders. A non-scholarship student-athlete, the Culver, Ind. native stepped into the starting role as the teamís kicker and never looked back. He finished the year with a school record and CAA-tying record 23 field goals, while setting a new school record with points by a kicker with 111 on the year. He led all of FCS with his 23 field goals and ranked in the top-10 in the country in field goal percentage, knocking home 88.5-percent of his kicks. - Richmond Football


12/03/16 - (K) - Griffin Trau, rJr, 5-08, 180
Griffin Trau kicked an 18-yard field goal as time expired, capping a 17-point comeback and sending Richmond to a 27-24 win over seventh-seeded North Dakota in the second round of the FCS playoffs on Saturday. The Spiders (10-3) got into field goal range thanks to a 54-yard pass from Kevin Johnson to Tyler Wilkins on third-and-14 earlier on the drive. Richmond moved the ball 17 yards in the next three plays, and Trau's game-winner tucked inside the left upright as the clock hit zeroes. North Dakota (9-3) led 24-7 early in the third quarter after Demun Mercer's second touchdown catch from Keaton Studsrud. Mercer had five catches for 122 yards. Johnson, who threw for 260 yards and two touchdowns, ran for a 9-yard score late in the third to pull Richmond within 24-14. The Spiders blocked a punt and converted field position into a field goal to get within a touchdown, and Johnson found Garrett Hudson for an 8-yard score to tie it at 24 with 5:24 remaining. Richmond travels to second-seeded Eastern Washington next Saturday for a quarterfinals matchup. - AP Sports


11/26/16 - (K) - Griffin Trau, rJr, 5-08, 180
Dejon Brissett returned a punt 92 yards for a touchdown and Griffin Trau kicked four field goals to lead Richmond to a 39-10 win over North Carolina A&T in the first round of the FCS playoffs on Saturday. Brissett's return, the longest touchdown of the season by the Spiders, put Richmond up 14-7 in the first quarter. Trau kicked three field goals in the second quarter, giving him a single-season record of 20 and pushing the lead to 23-7. Trau matched the single-game record with his fourth in the third quarter. Richmond (9-3) plays at seventh-seeded North Dakota (9-2) next Saturday. The Aggies (9-3) opened the scoring on a 12-yard pass from Oluwafemi Bamiro to Denzel Keys. Bamiro was 13 of 28 with two interceptions. A&T had four turnovers and just 226 yards of total offense. Kevin Johnson closed out the scoring for Richmond with a 32-yard pass to Brian Brown and a 7-yard run. Johnson threw for 315 yards and the Spiders had another 176 on the ground. - AP Sports


11/12/16 - (QB) - Kyle Lauletta, rSr, 6-2, 215
Kyle Lauletta threw a pair of fourth-quarter touchdown passes to help power Richmond to a 31-17 victory over Delaware Saturday. The Blue Hens scored first on a 3-yard run by Jalen Randolph midway through the first quarter, but Lauletta even the score with a 12-yard pass to Garrett Hudson and the Spiders added a 6-yard, second-quarter touchdown run by Deontez Thompson and a 23-yard Griffin Trau field goal to make it 17-7 at the break. Lauletta threw a 30-yard touchdown pass to Hudson to start the fourth quarter and added a 36-yard strike to Brian Brown to complete the scoring. Lauletta was 21 of 35 for 286 yards and three touchdowns for Richmond (8-2, 5-2 Colonial). Thompson carried 24 times for 132 yards and a touchdown. Joe Walker was 11 of 18 for 182 yards for Delaware (4-6, 2-5), but was picked off twice. - AP Sports


10/27/16 - (RB) - Deontez Thompson, rSo, 5-11, 200
OCT 24 CAA ROOKIE OF THE WEEK: Deontez Thompson, Fr., RB, Richmond (Indian Head, Md./Henry. E. Lackey)...Thompson rushed 116 yards and a touchdown on 14 carries and caught two passes for 24 yards and another TD in Richmondís 35-7 victory at Elon. It was the second 100-yard rushing effort in the past three weeks for Thompson, who scored both TDís in the first 10 minutes of the second half to help the Spiders pull away. - CAA Football


10/23/16 - (QB) - Kyle Lauletta, rSr, 6-2, 215
Kyle Lauletta threw a pair of touchdown passes and Richmond cruised past Elon 35-7 on Saturday. Lauletta completed 18 of 30 attempts for 223 yards. Daniel Thompson carried 14 times for 116 yards with a short touchdown run and a TD reception, and Brian Brown hauled in eight catches for 100 yards and a score. Richmond (7-1, 4-1 Colonial) led 6-0 at intermission and blew the game open in the third with three touchdowns in the frame. The Spiders took the first drive of the second half 69 yards in six plays, culminated by Thompson's 5-yard scoring run. Lauletta found Thompson on an 11-yard touchdown pass to finish a long drive then, after an interception, Lauletta hooked up with Brown on a 27-yard touchdown pass. Elon (2-5, 1-3) picked up a touchdown at the start of the fourth quarter when De'Sean McNair recovered his own fumble on first-and-goal at the 1. McNair had 77 yards on 18 carries. - AP Sports


10/18/16 - (K) - Griffin Trau, rJr, 5-08, 180
OCT 17 CAA SPECIAL TEAMS PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Griffin Trau, So., PK, Richmond (Culver, Ind./Western Reserve Academy)...Trau was a perfect 3-for-3 on field goals and converted a pair of extra points as Richmond defeated Villanova, 23-0. The sophomore made field goals of 30, 33 and 33 yards against VU and is now 12-of-13 for the season. - CAA Football


10/16/16 - (WR) - Brian Brown, Sr, 6-1, 204
Brian Brown caught seven passes for 120 yards, including a 56-yard touchdown, to help Richmond to a 23-0 win over Villanova on Saturday. Griffin Trau kicked three field goals and Deontez Thompson carried in the final score of the game, a 6-yard touchdown run, with 10 seconds left as Richmond (6-1, 3-1 Colonial) notched its fourth straight win. Kyle Lauletta finished 17 of 26 for 218 yards passing, including the touchdown throw to Brown. Villanova (5-2, 3-1) was held to just 129 yard passing and struggled to get the ball into scoring range. The Wildcats twice gave up the ball on downs in the fourth quarter. It marked their first shutout loss since 2004. Zach Bednarczyk and Adeyemi DaSilva combined to complete 12 of 29 passes for Villanova. Bednarczyk had two interceptions. Neither quarterback topped 67 yards passing. - AP Sports


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