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Women’s basketball players associate with altercation after football game

Women’s basketball players associate with altercation after football game

Jonathan Fisher, Staff Writer

October 26, 2011


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

  Altercations are never a good thing to experience, especially when the easiest answer is to just walk away. That wasn’t the case for two members of the Robert Morris women’s basketball team after post-homecoming game celebrations.   Two players, who will remain unnamed, were involved in an a...

Two men’s basketball freshmen cited for underage drinking

Two men’s basketball freshmen cited for underage drinking

Brooke Smith, Sports Editor

October 26, 2011


Filed under News, Sports

  Homecoming dances are about having fun with friends in various fashions.  For two members of the Robert Morris University men’s basketball team, October 7, 2011 turned into a nightmare.  Two freshmen were cited for underage drinking, and were then taken to Sewickley Valley hospital where they then...

Brianna Delaney breaks all-time points record in win against RPI

Alyssa Benson, Asst. Sports Editor

October 26, 2011


Filed under Sports

  Going into Friday night’s game against Renesselaer (RPI), senior forward, and assistant captain, Brianna Delaney had compiled 97 points throughout her career thus far as a Colonial and remained tied with Sara O’Malley for the all-time points record in Robert Morris women’s hockey history.   ...

Robert Morris v Bryant Football Preview

Justin Criado, Staff Writer

October 22, 2011


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

After dropping their first conference game to Albany, 28-17, last week, the Colonials come home to Joe Walton Stadium to host Bryant Saturday Oct. 22 at noon. The Bulldogs handed RMU their only conference loss last season in a 27-21 battle at Bryant. Both RMU and Bryant are coming off conference...

RMU men’s hockey gets first win of the season against Mercyhurst

Brooke Smith, Sports Editor

October 15, 2011


Filed under Sports

The RMU NCAA men’s hockey team gained their first win of the season against a familiar Atlantic Hockey Association (AHA) foe, Mercyhurst in the consolation game of the Mutual of Omaha Stampede tournament.   The 2-1 victory was led by goals from junior forwards Zach Hervato and Adam Brace, and a 29-save...

Colonials tie wins record, return to campus for home stand

Nick Buzzelli, Staff Writer

October 15, 2011


Filed under Sports

  After defeating Sacred Heart 1-0 in double overtime on October 2 and home before traveling to Connecticut for matches against Quinnipiac and Central Connecticut State, the Robert Morris women’s soccer team will return home for a four game Northeast Conference home stand against beginning October 14. ...

The other side of the Dream

Treadwell Lewis, Contributor

October 15, 2011


Filed under Sports

Press Maravich, the coach and father of hall of famer “Pistol” Pete Maravich once said, “A dream is nothing more than a big challenge placed upon yourself.” A number of Robert Morris University basketball players have taken this statement to heart making the jump to play professional basketball...

Women’s basketball success starts with coaching

Jonathan Fisher, Staff Writer

October 15, 2011


Filed under Sports

For the Robert Morris women’s basketball team, success was never the norm around the locker campus. In the two previous seasons before head coach, Sal Buscaglia arrived, the Colonials went 1-17 in the Northeast Conference and 1-25 overall, and a record 2-15, 3-24 the following year. Things started...

RMU puts on a show in front of sellout crowd

Justin Criado, Staff Writer

October 15, 2011


Filed under Sports

The Robert Morris Colonials didn’t disappoint the 4,384 ruckus fans at Joe Walton Stadium Saturday night as they defeated the Saint Francis Red Flash 45-14. RMU scored on five of their first seven possessions and took a 35-0 halftime lead before the real fireworks began after the game. Quarterback...

Women’s hockey starts season with a home sweep

Alyssa Benson, Assistant Sports Editor

October 15, 2011


Filed under Sports

  When Paul Colontino started as head coach of the Robert Morris women’s hockey team he hoped the team would be able to get off to a good start, and carry the momentum throughout the season. The team started off just as he hoped this past weekend as they swept a home series against the Lindenwood ...