RICHMOND, Va. — Grant Golden was a perfect 6-for-6 shooting to lead four Spiders scorers in double figures as Richmond raced away from La Salle, 75-57, Wednesday night.

Golden, who finished with 15 points, scored the first four as Richmond (15-4, 5-1 Atlantic 10) shot out to a 10-0 lead and never looked back. Tyler Burton added 14 points and nine rebounds, Jake Wojcik scored 11 with three three -pointers and Jacob Gilyard scored 10.

Richmond has won its last three while La Salle’s losing skid reached four games.

Freshman Sharif Kenney led the Explorers (10-8, 1-5) with a career-high 19 points, with three three-pointers, three assists and four steals.

Eight out of nine Spiders scored field goals in an astonishing second half that saw the team shoot 71% from the field, making 12 of 17.

La Salle also scored 12 field goals after halftime, but in 32 tries (38%). La Salle’s leading scorer Isiah Deas (12 ppg) scored three on 1-for-8 shooting,

Richmond plays No. 7 Dayton at home on Saturday. La Salle takes on VCU at home on Saturday.

La Salle struggled in the early going, missing its first four shots and committing three turnovers over the opening stretch.