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Robert Morris remains undefeated after a scoreless draw with Green Bay in the Horizon League opener

Report from the Robert Morris University Track and Field Team

The Robert Morris University women’s football team continued their unbeaten streak after playing in a 0-0 draw in the Horizon League opener against Green Bay on Thursday afternoon.

“I think the team played well today and did a great job of limiting Green Bay’s chances,” said the head coach. Chris Shaw Said. “However, I was disappointed that we weren’t able to finish any of the opportunities we created.

With the tie, the Colonials are standing 5-0-3 overall and 0-0-1 in conference play. Meanwhile, Phoenix is ​​2-3-1 this season, trailing his 0-1 record in the league. This is the second season in a row that he has had two shows that ended in a tie.

Robert Morris rocked the net from the opening kick as a freshman Renae Morbacher He scored two shots on goal in the first three minutes, but both were saved by keeper Annie Mason.Green Bay responded just a minute later with two shots, one of which was on goal and was saved by the Redshirt seniors Isabella BorenThrow-in off at 40 feet, freshman Kari Raymon Place a cross on the leftmost post where you found the senior Kayla Veloso Lima Unfortunately an offside penalty was imposed.

In the second half, the Colonials picked up where they left off with four shots and a corner kick in the first ten minutes. Robert Morris continued to net Mason, but he made four saves in the second half before he was able to capitalize on his chances. The Colonials’ defense was excellent throughout the contest as they limited Phoenix to five total shots (his one on goal).

The Colonials showed why they lead the Horizon League this afternoon with 17 total shots and 9 goals. Gabriela Lecuona When Paloma Swankler Leading RMU by four from the bench, Swankler scored three at the net. Maria Kearns He had three shots while Mohrbacher had two on goal.

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RMU continues its best start in program history…for the second straight season the Colonials have recorded three or more ties…RMU finished with a 17-5 shooting advantage. Leading with a corner kick… RMU has played his eighth straight home game.

Robert Morris will return for the Horizon League opener against Milwaukee on Sunday, September 18 at 2:00 p.m. at Engelmann Stadium.

John Krysinsky has covered football and other sports for many years for various publications and media. He is also the author of “Miracle on the Mon”. This is Pittsburgh’s book on Riverhounds SC, centered around the story leading up to the notable game that helped chronicle and spark the early days of the club, especially Highmark’s stadium. for the franchise. John has covered sports for the Pittsburgh Tribune Review, DK Pittsburgh Sports, and Pittsburgh Sports Report, has been a color commentator on broadcasts for the Pittsburgh Riverhound SC, and has been an OPTA in the US Open Cup and International Champions Cup matches held in the United States. Worked with Stats and broadcast teams. Klisinski also served as his head coach of men’s football at his alma mater, Pointe Park College, leading the Pioneers to their first-ever winning season and playoff berth (1996-98). He was head coach of the North Catholic Boys (2007-08) and associate head coach of the Shady Side Academy Boys (2009-2014).