Stbonnies 29 38 13 80
Richmond 35 32 16 83
Date of game: 2/16/2013

Recap: Richmond vs. St Bonaventure

Richmond, VA (Sports Network) - In Atlantic 10 Conference action, Cedrick Lindsay scored 22 points for the Richmond Spiders who defeated the St. Bonaventure Bonnies, 83-80, in overtime at the Robins Center.

Lindsay went a perfect 14-of-14 from the free-throw line and dished out five assists for the Spiders (15-11, 5-6 A-10), who earned their second win in a row after a two-game slump. Greg Robbins added 20 points while Kendall Anthony contributed 10.

Eric Mosley led the Bonnies (11-13, 4-7) with a career-high 30 points thanks to five makes from 3-point range which he accompanied with four steals. Jordan Gathers had 18 points and Chris Johnson managed 13. St. Bonaventure has lost two in a row and three of its last four.

After holding the Bonnies to just 36.0 percent shooting from the field in the first half, Richmond led 35-29 at the break.

In the second half St. Bonaventure shot 56.5 percent from the floor and held the Spiders to 34.8 percent shooting to outscore them, 38-32. After trailing the entire second half, the Bonnies finished with a 16-6 run and a free-throw by Charlon Kloof tied the game with 40 seconds left at 67. Both sides failed to register any more points in regulation which sent the contest into an extra session.

Richmond went on a 6-0 run late in overtime and were able to hold on for the win despite a traditional three-point play from Mosley in the final seconds.

The Spiders' earned 25 points at the free-throw line en route to the hard- fought decision.

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