RICHMOND, Va. -- Derrick Williams scored 21 points to help Richmond pull away in the second half and beat Stetson 76-57 on Saturday night.
Richmond shot 9 of 21 on 3-pointers -- Brothers made 4 of 7 -- while the Hatters hit only 2 of 19.
Richmond shot 19 of 23 from the free-throw line to Stetson's 9 of 14.
Stetson scored the first four points in the second half to take its first lead of the night at 29-28.
Richmond reclaimed the advantage at 35-33 and pushed it to 43-27 with 12:02 to go on 3-pointers from Brothers and Anthony. At the 11:21 mark, Richmond led 47-38 on layups by Anthony and Brothers and cruised to the victory.
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