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The Richmond Spiders football teams represented Richmond College (now called the University of Richmond) in Richmond, Virginia. Their traditional football rival is The College of William & Mary located 45 minutes east in Williamsburg, Virginia.

Contents: 1900 - 1901 - 1902 - 1903 - 1904 - 1905 - 1906 - 1907 - 1908 - 1909


1900Edit

1900 Richmond Spiders football
ConferenceIndependent
1900 record3–4–0
Head coachEdward Kenna (1st season)
Seasons
← 1899
1901 →
DateOpponentSiteResult
October 10at VirginiaCharlottesville, VirginiaL 0–51
October 15[[{{{school}}}|Randolph-Macon]]Richmond, VirginiaW 5–0
October 20Fredericksburg CollegeRichmond, VirginiaW 11–0
October 27Woodberry ForestRichmond, VirginiaL 0–16
October 31at GeorgetownWashington, D.C.L 0–84
November 13at [[{{{school}}}|Randolph-Macon]]Ashland, VirginiaW 11–6
November 15[[{{{school}}}|Hampden-Sydney]]Richmond, VirginiaL 0–34

1901Edit

1901 Richmond Spiders football
ConferenceIndependent
1901 record1–6–0
Head coachGarnett Nelson (1st season)
Seasons
← 1900
1902 →
DateOpponentSiteResult
1901[[{{{school}}}|Hampden-Sydney]]Richmond, VirginiaL 0–16
October 10[[{{{school}}}|Randolph-Macon]]Richmond, VirginiaL 0–6
October 26at [[{{{school}}}|Washington & Lee]]Lexington, VirginiaL 0–39
October 28at Virginia Military InstituteLexington, VirginiaL 0–79
November 2[[{{{school}}}|Hampden-Sydney]]Richmond, VirginiaL 0–70
November 9at William & MaryWilliamsburg, Virginia (I-64 Bowl)W 27–11
November 20at [[{{{school}}}|Randolph-Macon]]Ashland, VirginiaL 0–11

1902Edit

1902 Richmond Spiders football
ConferenceIndependent
1902 record3–3–0
Head coachGraham Hobson (1st season)
Seasons
← 1901
1903 →
DateOpponentSiteResult
October 18[[{{{school}}}|Randolph-Macon]]Richmond, VirginiaW 30–0
October 25at Virginia Military InstituteLexington, VirginiaL 0–33
October 27at [[{{{school}}}|Washington & Lee]]Lexington, VirginiaL 0–29
November 8Hoge Memorial Military AcademyRichmond, VirginiaW 50–0
November 15[[{{{school}}}|Hampden-Sydney]]Richmond, VirginiaW 23–11
November 27at N.C. StateRaleigh, North CarolinaL 5–30

1903Edit

1903 Richmond Spiders football
ConferenceIndependent
1903 record6–3–1
Head coachFred Vail (1st season)
Seasons
← 1902
1904 →
DateOpponentSiteResult
October 3Petersburg YMCARichmond, VirginiaW 38–0
October 10Fredericksburg CollegeRichmond, VirginiaW 34–0
October 19[[{{{school}}}|Washington & Lee]]Richmond, VirginiaL 0–11
October 26Danville Military InstituteRichmond, VirginiaT 6–6
October 31vs. [[{{{school}}}|Hampden-Sydney]]Norfolk, VirginiaW 23–0
November 7George WashingtonRichmond, VirginiaW 22–6
November 12N.C. StateRichmond, VirginiaL 0–53
November 14William & MaryRichmond, Virginia (I-64 Bowl)W 24–0
November 21[[{{{school}}}|Randolph-Macon]]Richmond, VirginiaW 16–0
November 26at TulaneNew Orleans, LouisianaL 5–18

1904Edit

1904 Richmond Spiders football
ConferenceIndependent
1904 record1–5–0
Head coachHarry Wall (1st season)
Seasons
← 1903
1905 →
DateOpponentSiteResult
October 1at VPIBlacksburg, VirginiaL 0–18
October 8Norfolk HSRichmond, VirginiaW 34–0
October 15at George WashingtonWashington, D.C.L 0–17
October 22Fort MonroeRichmond, VirginiaL 0–32
November 4at William & MaryWilliamsburg, Virginia (I-64 Bowl)L 6–15
November 12[[{{{school}}}|Randolph-Macon]]Richmond, VirginiaL 5–16

1905Edit

1905 Richmond Spiders football
ConferenceIndependent
1905 record3–5–2
Head coachE. A. Dunlop (1st season)
Seasons
← 1904
1906 →
DateOpponentSiteResult
October 3at Washington & LeeLexington, VirginiaL 0–34
October 7[[{{{school}}}|Randolph-Macon]]Richmond, VirginiaL 0–35
October 11William & MaryRichmond, Virginia (I-64 Bowl)T 0–0
October 18Virginia Boat ClubRichmond, VirginiaW 13–5
October 18William & MaryRichmond, Virginia (I-64 Bowl)L 0–4
October 21at St. John's (MD)Annapolis, MarylandL 0–10
October 28Richmond Indian SchoolRichmond, VirginiaW 5–0
November 1Washington & LeeRichmond, VirginiaL 0–16
November 8William & MaryRichmond, Virginia (I-64 Bowl)W 23–4
November 11[[{{{school}}}|Randolph-Macon]]Richmond, VirginiaT 18–18

1906Edit

1906 Richmond Spiders football
ConferenceIndependent
1906 record6–5–1
Head coachE. A. Dunlop (2nd season)
Seasons
← 1905
1907 →
DateOpponentSiteResult
September 29Woodberry ForestRichmond, VirginiaL 0–12
October 3at VirginiaCharlottesville, VirginiaL 0–22
October 6[[{{{school}}}|Randolph-Macon]]Lexington, VirginiaL 0–6
October 11at N.C. StateRaleigh, North CarolinaT 0–0
October 12at North CarolinaChapel Hill, North CarolinaL 0–12
October 17[[{{{school}}}|Hampden-Sydney]]Richmond, VirginiaW 1–0
October 27at VirginiaCharlottesville, VirginiaL 6–12
November 3at William & MaryWilliamsburg, Virginia (I-64 Bowl)W 24–0
November 10RoanokeRichmond, VirginiaW 29–6
November 17Virginia Military InstituteRichmond, VirginiaW 6–4
November 24[[{{{school}}}|Randolph-Macon]]Richmond, VirginiaW 17–0
November 28vs. William & MaryNewport News, Virginia (I-64 Bowl)W 6–0

1907Edit

1907 Richmond Spiders football
ConferenceSouth Atlantic Intercollegiate Athletic Association
1907 record3–6–0 (2–4–0 SAIAA)
Head coachE. A. Dunlop (3rd season)
Seasons
← 1906
1908 →
Template:1907 SAIAA football standings
DateOpponentSiteResult
October 2at VirginiaCharlottesville, VirginiaL 0–38
October 5Maryland A&MRichmond, VirginiaW 11–5
October 12N.C. StateRichmond, VirginiaL 4–7
October 19[[{{{school}}}|Randolph-Macon]]Richmond, VirginiaL 11–12
October 26at N.C. StateRaleigh, North CarolinaL 0–11
November 9[[{{{school}}}|Hampden-Sydney]]Richmond, VirginiaW 38–0
November 16at North CarolinaChapel Hill, North CarolinaL 11–13
November 28vs. William & MaryNewport News, Virginia (I-64 Bowl)W 48–0
December 13[[{{{school}}}|Randolph-Macon]]Richmond, VirginiaL 10–14

1908Edit

1908 Richmond Spiders football
ConferenceSouth Atlantic Intercollegiate Athletic Association
1908 record3–5–0 (1–2–0 SAIAA)
Head coachE. A. Dunlop (4th season)
Seasons
← 1907
1909 →
Template:1908 SAIAA football standings
DateOpponentSiteResult
October 3Maryland A&MRichmond, VirginiaW 22–0
October 10[[{{{school}}}|Randolph-Macon]]Richmond, VirginiaL 0–16
October 17[[{{{school}}}|Washington & Lee]]Richmond, VirginiaL 5–33
October 24GallaudetRichmond, VirginiaW 16–12
October 31at North CarolinaChapel Hill, North CarolinaL 12–17
November 7[[{{{school}}}|Hampden-Sydney]]Richmond, VirginiaL 17–18
November 21William & MaryRichmond, Virginia (I-64 Bowl)L 18–21
November 28[[{{{school}}}|Randolph-Macon]]Richmond, VirginiaW 12–2

1909Edit

1909 Richmond Spiders football
ConferenceSouth Atlantic Intercollegiate Athletic Association
1909 record3–5–2 (1–4–0 SAIAA)
Head coachE. A. Dunlop (5th season)
Seasons
← 1908
1910 →
Template:1909 SAIAA football standings
DateOpponentSiteResult
October 2Maryland A&MRichmond, VirginiaW 12–0
October 5Virginia Boat ClubRichmond, VirginiaT 0–0
October 9[[{{{school}}}|Randolph-Macon]]Richmond, VirginiaT 0–0
October 16GeorgetownRichmond, VirginiaL 0–17
October 23VPIRichmond, VirginiaL 0–52
October 31at North CarolinaChapel Hill, North CarolinaL 0–22
November 5at Wake ForestWake Forest, North CarolinaW 5–0
November 13[[{{{school}}}|Hampden-Sydney]]Richmond, VirginiaW 6–0
November 20William & MaryRichmond, Virginia (I-64 Bowl)L 0–15
November 26[[{{{school}}}|Randolph-Macon]]Richmond, VirginiaL 3–29
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