For the first time in 14 days, members of the Robert Morris men’s basketball team are back on the practice court.
Pittsburgh Sports Now has learned that the Colonials will conduct their first workout/practice today since being forced to shutdown due to COVID-19 issues. Although every member of the roster won’t participate, PSN is told that 10 members of the team will be on the court practicing.
Earlier this week, Robert Morris was forced to cancel Saturday’s non-conference game against St. Francis because of their inactivity over the last couple of weeks. This means that their lone non-conference game, at this point, will be against nationally ranked West Virginia in Morgantown on December 9.
RMU’s Horizon League scheduled is scheduled to start on Saturday, December 19 with a home game against Cleveland State.