That kind of Knight

That kind of Knight

Nick Buzzelli, Sports Editor
January 30, 2015
Filed under Sports, Sports Showcase, Top Stories

With 50 seconds remaining Thursday evening against Fairleigh Dickinson, Robert Morris head coach Andy Toole decided to remove leading scorer Rodney Pryor from the floor in favor of Conrad Stephens, a former team manager turned walk-on. Taking the court, an anxious Stephens was whistled for a blocking... Read more »

Men’s basketball roundup: 1/24

Men’s basketball roundup: 1/24

Ian Kist, Staff Reporter
January 27, 2015
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RMU 67, St. Francis Brooklyn 65: Lucky Jones is credited with the victorious three point shot for the Colonials as he and RMU defeated the Terriers by two at the Pope P.E. Center Saturday afternoon in Brooklyn Heights, N.Y. Jones also led RMU in scoring with 15 points, but sophomore Kavon Stewart... Read more »

Colonials complete season sweep of Mountaineers

Colonials complete season sweep of Mountaineers

Vince Russo, Staff Reporter
January 27, 2015
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The Robert Morris University women’s basketball team scored the first five points Monday night and never looked back, dominating play on its way to a 68-44 victory over Northeast Conference rival Mount St. Mary’s. ... Read more »

RMU sports weekend roundups: 1/23-1/24

RMU sports weekend roundups: 1/23-1/24

Ian Kist, Staff Reporter
January 25, 2015
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Men’s Hockey: 1/23 RMU 4, Holy Cross 3: Senior captain Cody Wydo kept his impressive goal scoring going as he totaled two goals in the second period, his 15th and 16th of the season in the RMU victory Friday night in Worcester, Massachusetts. Brady Ferguson however, got the... Read more »

Pantaleo’s first career goal lifts RMU over Lindenwood

Pantaleo’s first career goal lifts RMU over Lindenwood

Nick Buzzelli, Sports Editor
January 24, 2015
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Amanda Pantaleo couldn’t have picked a better time to net the first goal of her collegiate career. With 21 seconds remaining in overtime and the score knotted at one, it seemed as if Robert Morris was going to settle for a draw against College Hockey America rival Lindenwood. Though thanks to... Read more »

Men’s basketball roundup: RMU 63, Mount St. Mary’s 59

Men’s basketball roundup: RMU 63, Mount St. Mary’s 59

Ian Kist, Staff Reporter
January 23, 2015
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The Colonials were once again led by freshman Marcquise Reed’s outstanding play as he totaled 21 points against the Mount Thursday night. Not far behind him in scoring was junior guard Rodney Pryor, who finished the game with 17 points of his own. Freshman Elijah Minnie led RMU in rebounding,... Read more »

RMU “Skating for the Cure” to aid family of women’s hockey alum

RMU “Skating for the Cure” to aid family of women’s hockey alum

Nick Buzzelli, Sports Editor
January 20, 2015
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When College Hockey America instituted its Skate for the Cure fundraising weekend during the 2006-07 campaign, the Robert Morris women’s hockey team - along with other clubs in the league - was tasked with raising money to help find a remedy for cancer. Though this year, the team’s two... Read more »

Chasing a dream: The Antwan Eddie story

Chasing a dream: The Antwan Eddie story

Chris Mueller, Senior Staff Writer
January 19, 2015
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Antwan Eddie remembered it like it was yesterday. Just over two years ago, the Robert Morris football program was coming off a 4-and-7 record from the 2012-13 season. The future looked bright, with a solid defensive unit returning the next year and a few new pieces to the offense added. However, there... Read more »

Tate, Frederick power RMU past Pioneers

Tate, Frederick power RMU past Pioneers

Nick Buzzelli, Sports Editor
January 18, 2015
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Prior to each Robert Morris home game, Andy Toole assumes his usual pre-game position next to the RMU Pep Band section of the bleachers at the Charles L. Sewall Center. Instead of joining his assistants at center court, the Robert Morris head coach always keeps a keen eye on his team’s performance... Read more »

RMU offense explodes on special night for community

RMU offense explodes on special night for community

Ian Kidd, Assistant Sports Editor
January 18, 2015
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It was a historic night for the Robert Morris men’s hockey team (12-3-3 AHA) as it routed in-conference foe American International College (3-10-5 AHA), 9-4, at the 84 Lumber Arena. The team donned camouflage uniforms as part of a fundraiser in cooperation with the "It’s About the Warrior Foundation,"... Read more »