Lucky Jones signs contract with Liége Basketball in Belgium

Lucky Jones signs contract with Liége Basketball in Belgium

Leah Fleischel, Social Media Editor
July 7, 2015
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Former Robert Morris men's basketball star Lucky Jones signed a professional contract Tuesday and will continue his basketball career overseas. Jones signed with Liége Basket of the Scooore League, which is the Basketball League Belgium (BLB) Division I. In 2014-15, Jones helped lead... Read more »

Zoning in

Zoning in

Nick Buzzelli, Sports Editor
May 26, 2015
Filed under Sports, Sports Showcase, Top Stories

The image is still fresh in Derik Abbott’s mind. Effortlessly, he is able to recall the exact play it happened, the exact moment his season prematurely came to an end. Perhaps because it was a scramble. During the opening series of Robert Morris’ Nov. 8 home matchup against conference foe... Read more »

OPINION: A more modest proposal

OPINION: A more modest proposal

Kyle Gorcey, Chief Sports Photographer
May 9, 2015
Filed under Sports, Sports Showcase, Top Stories

Disclaimer: This is less about my personal views and what would be mutually beneficial for athletics and Robert Morris University as a whole and more about reality. There will be some tough decisions ahead on the direction of the university and the athletic department in... Read more »

Softball roundups

Softball roundups

Ian Kist, Staff Reporter
May 8, 2015
Filed under Sports

May 8, 2015 NEC Tournament: RMU 2 (26-22), Fairleigh Dickinson 0 (16-20): The Colonials began their second day of the NEC Tournament at the North Athletic complex at Robert Morris by defeating Fairleigh Dickinson via a shutout to advance in the round robin conference tournament. Senior pitcher Nicole... Read more »

Softball roundup

Softball roundup

Ian Kist, Staff Reporter
May 7, 2015
Filed under Sports

May 7, 2015 NEC Tournament: LIU Brooklyn 11 (22-28), RMU 2 (25-22): Late Thursday morning, the number one seeded Robert Morris Colonials took on the number four seeded LIU Brooklyn Blackbirds in the first round of the North East Conference Tournament held at the North Athletic complex at Robert Morris.... Read more »

Softball roundups

Softball roundups

Ian Kist, Staff Reporter
May 3, 2015
Filed under Sports

May 2, 2015 Game 1 St. Francis 6 (31-18 NEC 9-6), RMU 5 (24-21, NEC 12-3): Saturday afternoon in Loretto, Pennsylvania, the Colonials dropped game one of a NEC double-header against the Red Flash of St. Francis. The Colonials tied the game at one when Tess Apke crossed the plate in the top half of... Read more »

Women’s lacrosse roundup

Ian Kist, Staff Reporter
May 2, 2015
Filed under Sports

May 1, 2015 Bryant 18 (13-4) RMU 10 10-7): Friday afternoon, the Colonials took on the number one seed Bryant in the semifinals of the NEC Tournament in Smithfield, Rhode, Island. Bryant opened the game scoring two goals before junior Emily Jamison got RMU on the board with their first goal. Later on... Read more »

Behind the record books

Behind the record books

Cecil Grubbs, Staff Reporter
May 1, 2015
Filed under Sports, Sports Showcase, Top Stories

A life can follow many different paths. Former Robert Morris University head football coach Joe Walton, 79, is an example of a man whose life could be very different from what it is right now. Had he not made the choices that he did, RMU wouldn't be the same. While attending the University of... Read more »

Weekend sports Roundup

Weekend sports Roundup

Ian Kist, Staff Reporter
April 26, 2015
Filed under Sports, Sports Showcase

    Softball: April 22 Kent State 11 (31-11), RMU 3, (22-18, NEC 10-0): Wednesday afternoon in Kent, Ohio, the Colonials took on the Kent State Golden Flashes in a non-conference contest. However, RMU did not receive the outcome they were looking... Read more »

OPINION: If you build it, they still won’t come

OPINION: If you build it, they still won’t come

Nick Buzzelli, Sports Editor
April 22, 2015
Filed under Columns, Featured Multimedia, Opinion/Editorial, RMU Proclamation, Sports, Sports Showcase, Top Stories, Video

Dear Robert Morris, For some strange reason, no matter where I go on this 230 acre campus, I keep hearing that this school needs a new on-campus arena to be considered a premier institution. I constantly hear how great this will be for the university, how much revenue it can generate and how it's... Read more »