November 8th, 2018 | by CollegeAD

The University of Richmond on Thursday received approval from the Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority to begin selling beer and wine at men’s basketball games at the Robins Center, according to a university spokesman. The Spiders open Friday night against visiting Longwood. On Oct. 10, the school’s vice president and director of athletics, John Hardt, told The Times-Dispatch that UR would begin selling beer to the general public at men’s basketball games this season, pending approval. UR since then added wine to the options. Richmond became the first of Virginia’s 14 Division I schools to announce it would sell beer to the general public at basketball games. A few weeks later, VCU announced it would sell beer at its games. – John O’ Connor, Richmond Times-Dispatch. Read More.

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