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Despite showing improvements Saturday, Robert Morris extended its early season slump by losing 80-77 against Toledo at the Sewall Center.
At 3-6, Robert Morris has endured its worst nine-game start since 2004, and the Colonials' typically strong defense has faltered early on.
The Colonials will look to get back on track tonight when they take on red-hot conference foe Bentley.
Colonials fall to Youngstown State on the road, 84-76; RMU women receive four commitments.
The teams being cut are men's indoor and outdoor track, cross country, tennis, women's golf, women's tennis and field hockey.
Robert Morris coach Andy Toole is not happy with his team’s defense and inconsistent effort early in the season.
Three players had double-doubles for the Panthers, who were one of five area teams to notch a victory Tuesday night.
Duquesne topped Monmouth in their season finale, but the Colonials, Slippery Rock and Washington & Jefferson ended the year with a loss.
Senior point guard Anthony Myers-Pate has seen a lot in his career, but for the first time he is the leading catalyst for the Colonials.
Slippery Rock reached the NCAA Division II football playoffs and faces Winston-Salem State today in a battle of high-powered offenses.
The Karvel Anderson-lead Colonials rebounded from a rout Sunday at Kentucky to beat Texas Arlington, 88-81, Wednesday night.
If the past eight months were a fantasy for Robert Morris, Sunday's game was a sobering dose of reality, one that ended with an 87-49 loss.
Robert Morris continues to reap the benefits from a March victory against Kentucky.
Led by Karvel Anderson, who scored 21 points, Robert Morris won its season-opener, 86-66, Saturday at home against Savannah State.