After their win over Kentucky in the first round of the NIT Tournament, there was little guess work as to whether or not that was the greatest victory in program history.
Go West, young man. Or East. Heck, North or South will do. Just go anywhere you can, Andy Toole — and do it now.
The Robert Morris Colonials are basking in the glory of their victory over Kentucky in the NIT, and few are more proud of the Colonials than their athletic director Craig Coleman. Craig joins Vinnie & Cook on Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan.
There’s quite a buzz on the Robert Morris University campus today because the team is hosting the defending national champion Kentucky Wildcats.
The Robert Morris Colonials have an opportunity rarely seen at that university as the defending NCAA Champions visit for the first round of the NIT Tournament.
Rob Pratte hosted Black and Gold Sunday from Kuhn’s Market with Bob Dvorchak, Jeff Cohen and Frank Augustine.
Robert Morris (7-2) added one more win to its best start in school history as they defeated the Duquesne Dukes (5-4) 64-60 tonight—beating the Dukes in back-to-back years for the first time since the ’83-’84 season.
Robert Morris Colonials head coach Andy Toole joined Vinnie and Cook on Sportsradio 93-7 The Fan following his team’s 62-59 loss to Kent State. He admits his team lost its intensity in the second half, […]