Derrick Williams scored a career-best 26 points and grabbed 10 boards and Kendall Anthony scored nine of Richmond's final 10 points as the Spiders defeated Wake Forest 62-60 Saturday in a nonconference matchup.
Williams, who recorded a double-double in Richmond's overtime win against William & Mary, made 6 of 8 shots from the field and hit 13 of 15 free throws for the Spiders (6-2), who beat Wake Forest for the third straight time.
Anthony chipped in with 11 points for Richmond. His lone 3-pointer broke open a 54-54 tie with 1:09 left to play.
Madison Jones hit a layup to draw Wake Forest (3-4) within 57-56 with 16 seconds left, but Anthony hit four free throws down the stretch and Cedrick Lindsay added another to seal the win.
Devin Thomas led Wake Forest with 11 points and Tyler Cavanaugh added 10.
Williams, who entered the game as Richmond's second-leading scorer at 13 points per game, has topped his average in each of the Spiders' last three contests. The 6-foot-6 forwa...