2020 Schedule Preview: Robert Morris Colonials

(Photo Courtesy of Robert Morris Athletics)

The Robert Morris Colonials are the 48th DI team to release their 2020 men’s lacrosse schedule. The Colonials come into the 2020 season following a 2019 campaign in which they went 9-8 overall and 4-2 in the NEC. Robert Morris won the NEC tournament and lost to Virginia in the first round of the NCAA tournament. 


Date Home Away Notes
2/1 Robert Morris Denison/Seton Hill Scrimmage
2/15 Canisius Robert Morris
2/23 Robert Morris Jacksonville Sparks, MD
2/25 Drexel Robert Morris
2/29 Robert Morris High Point
3/4 Detroit Mercy Robert Morris
3/7 Marquette Robert Morris
3/14 Robert Morris Hobart NEC
3/18 Robert Morris Cleveland State
3/21 Robert Morris NJIT NEC
3/28 LIU Robert Morris NEC
4/4 Robert Morris Saint Joseph’s NEC
4/11 Wagner Robert Morris NEC
4/18 Robert Morris Bryant NEC
4/25 Mount St. Mary’s Robert Morris NEC

Key Games

2/15 @ Canisius

These two programs know each other very well after playing five times over the past four seasons, including a NCAA play-in game in 2018. Last season, the Griffins beat the Colonials, snapping their seven-gam win streak in the all-time series. Canisius scored two straight to help secure a 12-8 win last season, and with both teams in similar situations in 2020 this should be another great contest.

2/29 vs High Point

Last season, the Colonials gave High Point all they could handle with a double overtime thriller. High Point was able to squeak out a 16-15 win with Hunter Vines scoring the game-winner late in the second overtime period. This year’s meeting between these two has the potential to be another thriller. 

3/14 vs Hobart

Robert Morris won both of their meetings against Hobart last season, meeting in the regular season and the NEC championship game. In the regular season, Robert Morris won 16-15 in overtime. The Colonials finished regulation on a four-goal run and Matt Schmidt scored the OT game-winner. The Colonials defeated the Statsemen 11-10 in the NEC championship game, warding off a late-game comeback effort from Hobart.

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