Robert Morris basketball head coach Andy Toole joined “The Fan Morning Show” on Thursday to talk about his team’s win over North Florida in the First Four and their upcoming round-of-64 matchup with Duke on Friday.
Lucky Jones scored 21 points, including a key free throw, Rodney Pryor had 20 and Marcquise Reed 19 to lead Robert Morris back from a 14-point second-half deficit to beat North Florida 81-77 on Wednesday night in the First Four.
One guy is a Pittsburgher. One guy is an adopted Pittsburgher. Both guys are tough to beat — on and off the floor.
Robert Morris University locked up its NCAA Tournament bid last week by winning its conference tournament.
March Madness is officially here and only two local schools will participate in college basketball’s biggest tournament.
While RMU’s basketball team is obviously excited, students are thrilled to see their team back in the national spotlight.
Rodney Pryor scored 17 points and Robert Morris denied St. Francis, Brooklyn, its first NCAA Tournament bid, beating the Terriers 66-63 in the Northeast Conference tournament championship on Tuesday night.
Sophomore Kavon Stewart put on a show with 19 points, 8 assists and 7 steals in a 66-53 win over Bryant. The victory advances Robert Morris University to the NEC Tournament Championship on March 10.
Lucky Jones led RMU with a career high 27 points in a 91-68 win over Wagner in the first round of the NEC Tournament.
Despite one of the worst starts to an overtime that RMU head Coach Andy Toole had ever seen, the Colonials (16-14, 12-6 NEC) fought until the end in to win a 71-70 nail-biter over Saint Francis University.
Rodney Pryor led Robert Morris University to a 91-59 win over Wagner with 25 points, 6 assists and 5 rebounds.
Evan Kelley scored 18 points, pulled down seven rebounds, and added three steals to help lead Sacred Heart past Robert Morris 80-76 on Thursday night.
LIU Brooklyn defeated RMU at the Sewall Center 63-62 in a heated matchup that resulted in the Colonials second loss to the Blackbirds in 7 days.