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12/03/16 - (K) - Griffin Trau, rSo, 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, rSo, 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, rJr, 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, rFr, 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, rJr, 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, rSo, 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, 205
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


10/14/16 - (RB) - Xavier Goodall, Fr, 5-09, 190
SEPT 26 CAA FOOTBALL CO-ROOKIE OF THE WEEK: Xavier Goodall, Fr., RB, Richmond...Goodall rushed for a career-high 127 yards and a touchdown on 20 carries in Richmondís 38-31 win over nationally ranked Colgate. The Spiders' tailback became the first UR freshman since 1991 to run for over 100 yards. - Colonial Athletic Association Football


10/12/16 - (DE) - Brandon Waller, Jr, 6-3, 265
SEPT 12 CAA FOOTBALL DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Brandon Waller, Jr., DL, Richmond (Ardmore, Pa./Haverford)...Waller recorded a career-high nine tackles, a sack, 2.5 tackles for loss and a pair of quarterback hurries as Richmond blanked Norfolk State, 34-0, on Saturday. The junior defensive lineman led a Spidersí defense that held NSU to just 122 total yards and recorded their first shutout since 2014. - Colonial Athletic Association Football


10/12/16 - (QB) - Kyle Lauletta, rJr, 6-2, 215
SEPT 5 CAA FOOTBALL OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Kyle Lauletta, Jr., QB, Richmond (Exton, Pa./Downingtown East)...Lauletta completed 24-of-35 passes for 337 yards and three touchdowns in Richmondís 37-20 victory at Virginia on Saturday. It was the fifth career 300-yard passing performance for Lauletta, who became the eighth quarterback in UR history to go over 4,000 career passing yards. It was the Spidersí first victory over the Cavaliers since 1946 and snapped the ACCís 68-game win streak against FCS opponents. - Colonial Athletic Association Football


10/12/16 - (RB) - Deontez Thompson, rFr, 5-11, 200
OCT 10 CAA FOOTBALL ROOKIE OF THE WEEK: Deontez Thompson, R-Fr., RB, Richmond (Indian Head, Md./Henry E. Lackey)...Thompson rushed for a career-high 112 yards and three touchdowns on 20 carries in Richmondís 36-30 triple-overtime victory at UAlbany. The freshman came off the bench after an injury to starter Xavier Goodall and contributed a pair of game-tying scores, including one in overtime. It was the first three TD effort by a Spidersí freshman since 1991. - CAA Football


10/08/16 - (QB) - David Broadus, rSr, 6-3, 230
David Broadus scored on a 4-yard run in the third overtime and the Richmond defense held on the ensuing possession for a 36-30 win over Albany on Saturday. Deontez Thompson did most of the damage in overtime, rushing for 42 of his 112 yards and scoring his third touchdown on a 14-yard run to tie the game in the second OT. Thompson was stopped on his PAT run after the Broadus touchdown but Albany only picked up seven yards on two runs and had two incompletions. Thompson's second TD capped a long drive and put Richmond (5-1, 2-1 Colonial Athletic) up 20-13 with 2:44 to play. But Neven Sussman hit Jordan Crockett for a 51-yard score to tie it with 1:17 to play. Albany (4-1, 1-1) got the ball back but Ethan Starks missed a 50-yard field goal wide right on the final play of regulation. Both teams got inside the 10 in the first OT but settled for short field goals. Elijah Ibitokun-Hanks had Albany's TD in the second overtime on a 1-yard run. - AP Sports


10/01/16 - (QB) - Kyle Lauletta, rJr, 6-2, 215
David Broadus ran the ball in from the 2 on fourth down in the final quarter to put Richmond ahead for good and the Spiders held on to beat Towson 31-28 on Saturday. The Spiders, trailing 28-24, lined up for a field goal, but quickly shifted Broadus into the quarterback slot and he charged in over right tackle for the winning score with 10:16 left. Towson drove to the Richmond 38 but ran out of downs with 53 seconds remaining. Kyle Lauletta threw for 233 yards and three touchdowns on 20-of-31 passing and Xavier Goodall rushed for 128 yards as Richmond (4-1, 1-1) evened its Colonial Athletic Association record. Shane Simpson led Towson (1-3, 0-2) with 106 yards rushing on 12 carries and Darius Victor ran for 99 yards on 19 rushes. Towson led 28-21 with 13:11 remaining in the third. Griffin Trau kicked a field goal to close to 28-24. - AP Sports


09/26/16 - (WR) - Brian Brown, Sr, 6-1, 205
Kyle Lauletta threw four touchdowns and Brian Brown set a new program record for career receiving yards as Richmond beat Colgate 38-31 on Saturday. Lauletta was 23 of 34 for 307 yards passing for the Spiders (3-1). Brown had 148 yards and two touchdowns, which gave him 3,178 lifetime receiving yards, breaking Trey Gray's school record of 3,101 yards. Xavier Goodall ran for 127 yards and a score. After helping the Spiders build a 31-17 third-quarter lead, Lauletta connected with Brown for a 66-yard score and a 38-17 advantage with 12:57 left to play. But Colgate's Abu Daramy returned the ensuing kickoff 84 yards and two plays later, quarterback Jake Melville took it in to make it 38-24 with 12:05 to go. The Raiders (1-2) then capitalized on a fumble recovery to pull to 38-31 with 3:34 left. Tafon Mainsah ended Colgate's hopes on a Melville interception with 49 seconds to play. - AP Sports


09/13/16 - (FS) - David Jones, rSr, 6-2, 210
David Jones returned a punt 68 yards for a touchdown and Kyle Lauretta threw a pair of touchdown passes as Richmond blanked Norfolk State 34-0 in the Spiders home opener Saturday. It was Richmond's 11th straight win to start the season at home. Lauretta threw for 337 yards and three touchdowns last week in the Spiders' upset win over Virginia and was named the Colonial Athletic Association Offensive Player of the Week. This week he was 15 of 27 for 216 yards and had scoring passes of 21 and 51-yards but was intercepted twice. Jones got Richmond on the board with his punt return with 1:06 left in the first quarter and Lauretta fired 21 yards to Tyler Wilkins in the second quarter to make it 14-0 at intermission. Lauretta connected with Brian Brown early in third quarter to make it 21-0. Griffin Trau added field goals from 37 and 35-yards out. - AP Sports


09/07/16 - (QB) - Kyle Lauletta, rJr, 6-2, 215
Kyle Lauletta and Richmond believed they had a legitimate shot in their game against Virginia, even though the Spiders play in the Football Championship Subdivision and the Cavaliers are in one of the Power Five conference. But even Lauletta never expected the Spiders to dominate. They did Saturday as the senior threw for 337 yards and three touchdowns, the defense held Virginia to negative rushing yards heading into the fourth quarter and the Spiders rolled to a 37-20 victory, spoiling Bronco Mendenhall's debut at Virginia. "When we can run and pass like that, we're tough to beat," the redshirt junior said.

The Spiders outgained Virginia 524-302 in winning for just the third time in 33 meetings in the series. The victory was the fourth in Richmond's last nine meetings with an FBS-level school, but its first victory against the Cavaliers since 1946. Lauletta, the preseason offensive player of the year in the Colonial Athletic Association, teamed up with Tyler Wilkins for scoring throws of 11 and 5 yards, and hit Brian Brown for 11 yards. He also sidestepped Virginia's pressure on several occasions. "We responded extremely well to adversity and we answered, really, every time we had to answer throughout the course of the game," said Spiders coach Danny Rocco, whose team reached the FCS semifinals last season. "Our team expected to win." - AP Sports

09/07/16 - (QB) - Kyle Lauletta, rJr, 6-2, 215
Richmond dominates Virginia in Mendenhall's debut...First-year coach Bronco Mendenhall's Virginia debut was spoiled by in-state foe Richmond as the Cavaliers were dominated on both sides of the ball in a 37-20 loss to the Spiders on Saturday afternoon at Charlottesville, Va. The win marked Richmond's first triumph over the Cavaliers since the 1946 season. Quarterback Kyle Lauletta paced the Spiders' offense completing 24 of 35 pass attempts for 337 yards and three touchdowns. Richmond (1-0) controlled the game from the opening kickoff as it scored on its first four possessions of the first half, which included three field goals and an 11-yard touchdown pass by Lauletta. The Spiders were relentless on offense and defense as they out-gained Virginia (0-1) 530-302. Running back Gordon Collins ripped off 114 yards on the ground, including a 55-yard touchdown run to seal the game for the Spiders late in the fourth quarter. Virginia was stifled by Richmond's defense as it managed just 38 yards on the ground and turned the ball over four times, which included three fumbles. - The Sports Xchange


12/12/15 - (RB) - Jacobi Green, Sr, 5-09, 204
Danny Rocco found it difficult to put Jacobi Green's night into words. But then the Richmond football coach managed to find one. Exceptional. Green scored four touchdowns and the Spiders amassed 557 yards in a 39-27 victory over No. 2-seeded Illinois State in the Football Championship Subdivision quarterfinals on Friday night. The No. 7-seeded Spiders (10-3) advance to next weekend's FCS semifinals against either No. 3-seed North Dakota State or Northern Iowa. "We've had a couple of performances this year that I thought were exceptional performances - and we had one today," Rocco said. "I knew we were capable of playing a game like this on the road."

Green, who ran for 137 yards, scored on touchdown runs of 28, 27 yards and 2 yards. The senior running back also had a 35-yard touchdown catch from Kyle Lauletta, who threw for 369 yards on 18-of-29 passing for the Spiders. Green and Lauletta sparked Richmond's offense, which proved to be too much for Illinois State (10-3). "We knew we were going to have to make plays," Lauletta said. "We just made one more play than them each time. "It just seemed like we kept making that play we needed to." - AP Sports

12/05/15 - (RB) - Jacobi Green, Sr, 5-09, 204
Jacobi Green ran for 141 yards and three touchdowns to help lead Richmond to a 48-13 victory over William & Mary in an FCS second round playoff game on Saturday. Richmond (9-3), which has now defeated its arch rival in consecutive games, awaits the winner of Illinois State and Western Illinois in the quarterfinals. The Spiders beat the Tribe 20-9 on November 21. David Broadus finished with 60 yards and a touchdown on the ground and quarterback Kyle Lauletta added two more rushing scores for the Spiders, who ran 59 times for 302 yards total. David Jones had an interception and 100 yard return for a score in the second quarter, which gave Richmond a 21-3 lead. The Spiders led 28-10 at halftime and 35-13 after three quarters. Steve Cluley struggled for William & Mary (9-4), throwing for just 79 yards and three interceptions. The Tribe had four turnovers overall. - AP Sports


11/03/15 - (RB) - Jacobi Green, Sr, 5-09, 204
Jacobi Green ran for 186 yards with two touchdowns and Richmond held off Albany 38-31 on Saturday. Kyle Lauletta was 20 of 33 for 293 yards and two scores. Albany (2-6, 1-4 Colonial) trailed by 28 midway through the third, but made a game of it. Dione Alston's 96-yard kickoff return TD provided a spark, and then Neven Sussman found Anthony Manzo-Lewis from 14 yards out to get within two scores. In the fourth, a short punt set up Sussman's 4-yard score to make it 38-31. But Peter Yoder missed a 26-yard try with 4:14 left and the Great Danes ran out of time on their last possession. Richmond (7-1, 5-0) ran up a 17-0 score in the first quarter on Lauletta's 15-yard run and 40-yard pass to Brian Brown. Green's 1-yard plunge put the Spiders up 24-10 at halftime. Green made it 31-10 with a 3-yard touchdown run, and next series Lauletta found Reggie Diggs from 13 yards. - AP Sports


10/26/15 - (RB) - Jacobi Green, Sr, 5-09, 204
Jacobi Green ran for 236 yards on 27 carries and scored five touchdowns to help lead Richmond to a 59-49 win over undefeated James Madison on Saturday. The loss snaps the Dukes school-record 14 game regular season winning streak. Kyle Lauletta threw for 415 yards and two touchdowns and Brian Brown added 204 yards receiving for Richmond (6-1, 4-0 Colonial Athletic Association). A Bryan Schor 7-yard TD pass to Rashard Davis cut the Dukes' (7-1, 4-1) deficit to 52-49 with 4:02 left. But Richmond responded on the ensuing possession, driving 69 yards on four plays capped by a Green 1-yard scoring run, pushing the lead back to 10. A James Madison fumble by Cardon Johnson on the proceeding kickoff sealed the game for Richmond. Vad Lee threw for 294 yards, ran for 124, and had five touchdowns for James Madison. The teams combined for 1,305 yards of offense. - AP Sports


10/12/15 - (QB) - Kyle Lauletta, rJr, 6-2, 215
OCT 5 CAA CO-OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Kyle Lauletta, QB, Richmond...Finished 16-of-26 for a career-high 311 yards as Richmond handled Maine, 48-17. Set a career mark with four touchdown passes, coming from 75 yards, 29 yards, 27 yards and 23 yards out, respectively. Added seven carries for 18 yards and a touchdown on the ground for the Spiders. - CAA Football


09/20/15 - (SS) - Ayo Ogunniyi, Sr, 5-11, 196
Kyle Lauletta threw for 209 yards and a career-high three touchdowns to lead Richmond past VMI 42-10 on Saturday. The Spiders (2-1) finished with 466 total yards offense and 25 first downs. Richmond forced VMI into five turnovers, all of which led to scores for the Spiders. The Keydets' Al Cobb was 13 for 28 for 172 yards with four interceptions. Richmond scored first when Ayo Ogunniyi picked off Cobb on VMI's first offensive play of the game to make the score 7-0. Later, Madison Day - who finished with a career-high 12 tackles - picked off Cobb and ran the pass back 25 yards to score for a 21-3 lead. David Jones picked off Cobb twice. Seth Fisher had 16 carries for 87 yards and a touchdown for Richmond. Brice Tucker had 23 carries, 120 yards and scored the lone Keydets (1-2) touchdown. - AP Sports


09/12/15 - (WR) - Reggie Diggs, Sr, 6-3, 214
Reggie Diggs hauled in a 36-yard touchdown pass from Kyle Lauletta midway through the fourth quarter to help Richmond get past Hampton 31-28 on Saturday. Diggs' score came four minutes after Seth Fisher's 12-yard touchdown run, which brought Richmond back from a 28-16 deficit after the third quarter. Lauletta was 20 of 32 for 247 yards and two touchdown passes. Hampton built a 21-7 halftime lead on two touchdown passes from David Watford - to Twarn Mixson and Shakim Alonzo - and Mixson threw for a score. Mixson threw a 15-yard pass to Rashawn Proctor that started the scoring not two minutes into the game after Breon Key picked off Lauletta and returned it to the Richmond 15. Watford finished 17 of 33 for 239 yards and three touchdowns. Richmond (1-1) is 22-1 in non-conference FCS games since 2005. Hampton (1-1) is 0-3 against their in-state rival and 2-14 all-time against Colonial Athletic Conference opponents. - AP Sports


11/03/14 - (QB) - Michael Rocco, rSr, 6-2, 228
Michael Rocco ran for the go-ahead touchdown Saturday and Richmond cashed in on a missed point-after attempt to beat Villanova 10-9. Villanova's Steve Weyler kicked a 24-yard field goal and John Robertson hit Lincoln Collins with a 5-yard scoring pass to give the Wildcats a 9-3 third-quarter lead. But Weyler missed the point-after attempt and Rocco capped the Spiders' next drive with a 15-yard scoring run. Rocco was 21 of 42 for 314 yards passing with two interceptions and gained 15 yards on eight carries. Brian Brown caught eight passes for 119 yards for the Spiders. Richmond's defense held Villanova, which has surpassed 40 points six times in eight games this season, to 114 yards rushing. Richmond (7-2, 4-1 Colonial Athletic Association) outgained the Wildcats 380-253. Robertson was 12 of 25 for 139 yards and had 22 carries for 65 for Villanova (7-2, 4-1). - AP Sports


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