Richmond shot 52.7 percent and scored 24 points off 22 turnovers. The Spiders had a 42-24 advantage in the paint.
Murray scored nine of Presbyterian's first 11 points, including five straight to tie the game. But the Spiders got the next six points and never trailed again. Richmond led 34-21 at halftime and a 15-3 run to open the second half left it comfortably ahead.