The Colonials (1-2, 0-0 NEC) lost their chance to get their first-ever win against the Georgetown University Hoyas (2-0) when they lost 12-11.
Why it happened:
The Colonials couldn’t keep up with the scoring of Georgetown’s own Daniel Bucaro, who had two goals and one assist, Jake Carraway, who had two goals, Austin McDonald, who had one goal and one assist, and Craig Berge, who had one goal and one assist in the first half.
What it means:
The Colonials are still in the early going of their season, so the team still has some time to improve. The Colonials will need to continue practicing if they are to hold a top spot in the NEC.
Jimmy Perkins starred by scoring two assisted goals and an unassisted goal in the first half. Matt Schmidt scored a goal
Sean Doyle was hit with a penalty for unnecessary roughness.
Who was there:
Robert Morris came into the game against a non-conference opponent, knowing they would have some tough competition against an unfamiliar opponent.
Who is next:
The Colonials travel to University Park, PA to play the Penn State Nittany Lions on Saturday, Feb. 24 at 12 p.m.