The University of Richmond is a private, independent, liberal arts university located between the city of Richmond and Henrico County, Virginia, and has approximately 4,000 students. Includes CT Williams School of Law, accredited by US educational institution rating agencies.
Richmond College was only 30 years old when it added a Law Department. The initial years were very successful for the new Law Department but during the difficult financial times that followed the Civil War, legal education was intermittent at Richmond College until 1890.
In that year, the family of the late T.C. Williams Sr., endowed a Professorship of Law, thus assuring the continuous teaching of law at Richmond College. The institution won its first NCAA national championship in any sport on December 19, 2008, when the Spiders football team defeated the Montana Grizzlies 24–7 in the NCAA Division I Football Championship (which is exclusively for teams in the Football Championship Subdivision, the second tier of NCAA Division I football).
Richmond was ranked 23rd in men’s basketball at one point during the 2009–10 season.
University of Richmond: the 2023 men’s tennis schedule
Tennis director Houston Barrick, announced the 2023 men’s tennis schedule for the University of Richmond.
Spiders will head to Orlando, Florida for the Atlantic 10 Championship, at the USTA National Campus April 26-29. Richmond will face VCU on January 20, then to face Army (February 4) Binghamton and Brown (February 5). The following weekend, February 10-11, they take on Georgetown.
Spider will face in-state rival William & Mary on Feb. 19. UR will host Methodist on February 24 before heading to Hampton on February 26 to close out February. In March, the Spiders host Virginia Wesleyan for two match ups in the third, before heading Harrisonburg against JMU in the fourth.
Richmond will close out the month with five consecutive road races, facing Lipscomb (March 9), Belmont (March 10), UNC-Ashville (March 17), Furman (March 18) and Longwood (March 23). In April, the Spiders will face Fordham in Vienna, Virginia in the former before facing George Mason in the latter.
Richmond will host Dayton (April 14), Davidson (April 16) before closing out the regular season against Delaware (April 20).