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Anderson scores 21 as Colonials come from behind for road win

Easton, PA – Junior guard Karvel Anderson scored 16 of his team-high 21 points in the second half, all of which came in the final 6:15 of action, to help lift the Robert Morris Uni

11/13/2013 - 00:40
PSR Staff
After a disappointing loss in the semifinals in last year’s Northeast Conference Tournament resulted in one of greatest wins in program history—the Colonials opening round defeat of Kentucky in the NIT—Robert Morris is looking to make another journey back into the NCAA Tournament.

Under Andrew Toole, the youngest coach in Division I at 32, the Colonials limited opponents to 0.99 points per possession last year, good enough to rank first in the conference.

11/07/2013 - 12:32
Cody Benjamin
Football head coach to be inducted at inaugural RMU Athletic Hall of Fame dinner

Moon Township, PA – The 23rd annual class of inductees into the Robert Morris University Athletic Hall of Fame features just one individual, as the latest to garner the honor as th

07/29/2013 - 15:37
PSR Staff
Four guards, two forwards highlight latest crop of Colonials

Joining RMU for the 2013-14 campaign are freshman guard Britton Lee (Philadelphia, Pa. / Math, Civics & Sciences), junior guards Desjuan Newton (Seattle, Wash.

06/27/2013 - 23:51
PSR Staff
In Robert Morris’s softball team’s 2012 season opener, Nicole Sleith, then a freshman lefthander from Smithton, Pa., entered the game in the fifth inning with her team down.

She proceeded to throw three innings of shutout relief and earned her first career victory as the Colonials rallied to win 3-2.  Now, two seasons, 42 wins and consecutive Northeast Conference

06/22/2013 - 09:47
Donnie Tasser
Robert Morris basketball players Velton Jones, Coron Williams, Lucky Jones and Karvel Anderson sat down with PSR Editor Tony DeFazio to look back on the Colonials historic upset of Kentucky earlier this spring.

Has it sunk in yet?

05/27/2013 - 09:54
Tony DeFazio
Head Coach has compiled 68-36 record in three seasons leading Colonials

Director of Athletics Craig Coleman, M.D., announced Friday at a press conference at the Charles L.

05/03/2013 - 20:30
PSR Staff
Newest Colonial comes to RMU from Team IMPACT

The Robert Morris University men’s ice hockey team announced the addition of Sam Zimmerman through the Team IMPACT Foundation at a press conference held Wednesday evening.  Almost a year to-da

04/24/2013 - 19:47
PSR Staff
Around 9:40 PM on March 19, nearly 19,000 people were stuffed inside Consol Energy Center, watching the Penguins kill a four-minute penalty in the third period of what would be an exciting come-from-behind win over the Washington Capitals. They were the unluckiest sports fans in Pittsburgh that night.

At the same time, about 16 miles northwest of uptown Pittsburgh, in a glorified high school gym called the Charles Sewall Center, less than 4,000 people were witness to one of the greatest moments

04/16/2013 - 22:43
Tony DeFazio
One former player accuses ex-coach of abusive behavior

Last Thursday, former Rutgers University Director of Player Development Eric Murdock made allegations about “coaches-versus-player brawls” during Mike Rice’s tenure at RMU, in the course of discuss

04/09/2013 - 08:24
PSR Staff
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Imagine this potentially disastrous scenario for the Pirates pitching staff: Veteran A.J. Burnett starts pitching like he's 38-years-old. That's it. That's the entire scenario.
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By nature, Penguins general manager Jim Rutherford is not a patient man. Despite all arguments to the contrary.
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Bob Friend has not pitched in a major league game since 1966, but the ex-Pirates ace has kept himself quite busy in the nearly 50 years since he last pitched.
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CoGo's is proud to recognize Hempfield Area Senior High School track and field athlete Maddie Holmberg as the June 2015 High School Sports Unsung Hero award recipient.
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