Robert Morris guard Josh Williams made NCAA history in the Colonials 2018-19 home opener.
The senior guard tied an NCAA single-game record for three-pointers (15) and set the school record for points in a game (49) as Andy Toole’s squad cruised to a 104-57 win over Mount Aloysius.
Williams finished the night 15-for-25 from 3-point range, which tied an NCAA D-1 record established by Marshall’s Keith Veney in 1996. As far as the new school record, Williams broke the mark of 42 points in a game set by Maurice Carter in 2002 vs. Eastern Michigan.
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It was a night of records as the Colonials also set a team record for 3-pointers made in a single game (22). For the game, RMU shot 51.2% from beyond the arc.
Robert Morris Box Score:
Yannis Mendy: 6 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists (19 minutes)
Charles Bain: 5 points, 3 rebounds (17 minutes)
Josh Williams: 49 points, 3 rebounds (31 minutes)
Jon Williams: 6 points, 5 assists (26 minutes)
Matty McConnell: 12 points, 7 assists (27 minutes)
David Cole: 5 points (5 minutes)
Dante Treacy: 3 points, 4 assists (20 minutes)
Malik Petteway: 9 points, 6 rebounds (13 minutes)
Koby Thomas: 4 points, 5 rebounds (17 minutes)
Sayveon McEwen: 4 points (16 minutes)
Chris Coalmon: 3 points (9 minutes)
Next up for Robert Morris (1-2) is a game this Saturday at home against Mississippi Valley State. Tip-off at the North Athletic Complex is at 7 PM.