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Jones scores 11 as Colonials fall to 1-4 on the young season

CHATTANOOGA, TN -- Robert Morris shot just 27.8 percent (15-for-54) from the field in dropping its second consecutive game Saturday afternoon with a 61-46 setback against Chattanoo

11/26/2014 - 16:03
PSR Staff
Newcomer Rodney Pryor scored 26 points off the bench, Lucky Jones added 17 and Robert Morris beat Bradley 68-61 for their first win of the year

Junior guard Rodney Pryor scored 16 of his game-high 26 points in the second half and Robert Morris climbed out of a 15-point deficit to earn its first victory of the season Wednesday with a 68-61

11/20/2014 - 00:14
PSR Staff
Freshman Marcquise Reed scored 24 points, but No. 6 North Carolina was too much for Robert Morris, beating the Colonials 103-59 at the Dean E. Smith Center in Chapel Hill on Sunday.

Forward Brice Johnson led North Carolina with 23 points, and hulking forward Kennedy Meeks added 21 points and 12 rebounds.

11/17/2014 - 00:26
Tony DeFazio
Robert Morris shot 25 percent from the floor as Lafayette walloped the Colonials 77-50 at the Sewall Center on Friday night.

Doomed by a 23-5 run by Lafayette to start the game, the Robert Morris Colonials suffered a blowout loss to open the season, falling to the Leopards by a final score of 77-50 at the Charles L.

11/14/2014 - 21:16
Dan Sostek
After a 22-14 season that saw the Colonials advance to the second round of the postseason NIT tournament, Robert Morris head coach Andy Toole is going to be retooling his squad coming into the 2014 season.

The Colonials were selected by Toole’s peers to finish third in the NEC, but they’ll have to mesh together as a team first, and with eight new players entering the program, Toole certainly has his

11/12/2014 - 18:29
Anthony Mendicino
After completing the 2013-14 regular season with a record of 14-16-5, the Robert Morris University men’s hockey team came into the Atlantic Hockey Association Playoff Tournament as an underdog.

But the team came together and won six out of their seven playoff games to capture the tournament and earn their first berth to the NCAA National Tournament.

10/01/2014 - 09:53
Alex Stumpf
Pitt and Penn State were fairly well-represented in last month’s NFL Draft, with each school sending three players into the league via the annual draft. The western Pennsylvania region also saw three players selected.

The first local player taken was no surprise, as Pitt defensive tackle Aaron Donald went 13th overall to the St. Louis Rams.

06/06/2014 - 10:44
Tony DeFazio
Karvel Anderson is almost certainly good enough to play professional basketball. But will it be in the NBA? Anderson is no stranger to life as a long-shot, having faced adversity his entire life.

Perhaps “faced” isn’t the right word.

06/06/2014 - 08:43
Geoff Pfeil
Colonials welcome four freshmen, two juniors and a transfer to roster

Robert Morris men's basketball Andy Toole announced the program's 2014-15 recruiting class Tuesday, which includes four freshmen, two junior college transfers and one transfer.

05/28/2014 - 07:07
PSR Staff
Karvel Anderson scored 23 points and Lucky Jones added 15 and 9 rebounds but the short-handed Robert Morris Colonials fell to Belmont 82-71 in the second-round of the NIT.

Robert Morris saw its run in the 2014 National Invitation Tournament (NIT) come to an end Friday night as Belmont earned an 82-71 victory over the Colonials at the Curb Event Center.

03/21/2014 - 22:50
PSR Staff
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