The Metropolitan Basketball Writers Association announced the winners of their Division I basketball awards today and in general the voters, of which I’m one, seem to have done a credible job.
The first major transfer domino of the NEC offseason dropped on the eve of Good Friday when the reigning NEC Rookie of the Year decided to take his talents to a bigger stage.
It seemed too good to be true. Andy Toole fresh off an NCAA tournament appearance with Robert Morris was going to come to the Bronx and resurrect the Fordham program.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Robert Morris was simply no match for Duke Friday evening in the second round of the NCAA tournament, falling 85-56. After a thrilling opening round victory over North Florida in Dayton, the momentum Andy Toole’s squad brought with them wasn’t nearly enough to stay competitive with the Blue Devils.
In the shadow of Robert Morris’ impressive First Four victory over North Florida last night, the St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers fought admirably at the University of Richmond.
DAYTON, Ohio – How do you come back from a 13-point second half deficit against a red-hot shooting team? Well, first you extend your defense and hope to cool them off, but how about going an entire half without committing a single turnover? Robert Morris, who entered the NCAA Tournament just 239th nationally in turnover […]
DAYTON, Ohio – Five years can seem like yesterday or it can be an eternity, depending on your perspective. For a college athletics program, five years brings a complete roster turnover, and so not a single Robert Morris player that takes the court Wednesday night in Dayton for the program’s first NCAA Tournament game for […]
After the NCAA tournament draws were announced on Sunday evening, many of us likely raced over to KenPom and Basketball State to learn about Robert Morris’ next opponent, North Florida. The Ospreys won 20 Division I games this season and were dominant in the beaten down Atlantic Sun Conference, winning both the regular season and […]
It’s taken a lot of time to process what happened last night on Remsen Street.
The meaning and definition of justice has been debated all the way back to the time of noted fan of the Eurostep, Socrates, and has had various definitions across the millennia. Sports are a good testing ground for justice and ethics. They are games, after all, not matters of life and death (not that Socrates […]
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