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17 ink letters of intent for RMU football on National Signing Day

17 ink letters of intent for RMU football on National Signing Day

Nick Buzzelli, Sports Editor

February 4, 2015

The first Wednesday in February has become somewhat of a holiday for the sports world over the past three decades. National Signing Day, as it is affectionately known as, is the first official day a high school senior can sign a letter of intent to play a college sport. Though football powerhouses...

RMU finds “Pride” in 9-5 win

RMU finds “Pride” in 9-5 win

Audrey Gardner, Staff Reporter

February 1, 2015

After a weekend of exciting wins, the RMU ACHA DI hockey team took over 84 Lumber Arena in hopes of roaring past the Slippery Rock Pride. Between both teams, a total of 14 goals were recorded, with several players having multi-point nights. “It feels good, it was a team effort and I couldn’t have...

Andy Toole on RMU’s loss to Bryant

Andy Toole on RMU’s loss to Bryant

February 1, 2015

'AUDIO' - Andy Toole on loss to Bryant

Reed’s late-game heroics not enough to overcome Bryant

Reed’s late-game heroics not enough to overcome Bryant

Nick Buzzelli, Sports Editor

January 31, 2015

With 3:26 remaining, his team trailing by six and a share of first place in the Northeast Conference on the line, Marcquise Reed knew he had to do something if his squad wanted to take down Bryant for its fifth consecutive win. So like any natural sharpshooter would, Reed took matters into his own...

That kind of Knight

That kind of Knight

Nick Buzzelli, Sports Editor

January 30, 2015

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...

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

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 home con...

RMU: Last-minute DIY gift ideas for the Holiday season

RMU: Last-minute DIY gift ideas for the Holiday season

Audrey Gardner, Staff Writer

December 9, 2014

With the holiday season upon us, it is time to start making your shopping list. Despite checking the list twice, there’s always that one person you forget. Trying to come up with a good last-minute-gift idea is never fun. So, if you find yourself in this sleigh, here are a few quick and easy DIY ideas: A Lot...

Stamolamprou, Colonials roll past Coppin State, 75-58

Stamolamprou, Colonials roll past Coppin State, 75-58

Zach Laufer, Staff Writer

November 26, 2014

Another game in Baltimore, another big win for the Colonials. Robert Morris (2-2) dominated winless Coppin State (0-4) by a score of 75-58. Led by career high scoring performances by Anna Niki Stamolamprou with 22 points and Jolie Olingende with 12, the Colonials controlled the game from beginning...

RMU Proclamation: Robert Morris fans travel far and wide, no matter the distance

RMU Proclamation: Robert Morris fans travel far and wide, no matter the distance

Jon Fisher, Social Media Editor

November 22, 2014

The traveling sports fan is one of the most unique figures in all of athletics, whether collegiate or professional. Driving, flying or even cycling to an event (yes, that's real), in order to see their favorite team doesn't stymie the hardcore sports fan. In fact, miles or kilometers are only a motivating...