Robert Morris men’s basketball head coach Andy Toole paid a visit to “The Fan Morning Show” Thursday and spent an hour hanging out in the studio, previewing the Sweet Sixteen, discussing the state of his program and having some fun with the hosts.
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.
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.
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.
Lucky Jones scored 17 points, Marcquise Reed and Rodney Pryor added 12 each and a balanced Robert Morris defeated cold-shooting Mount Saint Mary’s 70-45 on Saturday in the Northeast Conference opener for both teams.
Marcquise Reed and Rodney Pryor combined to score 39 points as Robert Morris held off winless Delaware for an 84-81 win Monday night.
For one night, Brice Johnson and Kennedy Meeks gave North Carolina the inside scoring and rebounding that coach Roy Williams wants to see.
Nate Condon scored twice and Adam Wilcox made 22 saves to help top-seeded Minnesota beat Robert Morris 7-3 on Saturday in the NCAA West Regional semifinals.
Robert Morris men’s basketball coach Andy Toole stopped by The Fan Morning Show on Friday to talk about the state of his program and to break down the Sweet Sixteen action from the NCAA Tournament.
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The Robert Morris men’s basketball team announced it has suspended four players including standout freshman Jeremiah Worthem.