The Colonials proudly boast 45 league championships and counting in men's and women's NCAA Div. I sports. For more than 50 years, fans have led the cheer: “Let’s go Bobby Mo!”
The men’s basketball team plays the Colonials’ first season of intercollegiate athletics.
The Colonials take a 30-0 record to the NJCAA national championship game, losing 79-76 to Paducah.
Robert Morris introduces its first women’s team, also in basketball.
Robert Morris athletics moves up to the NCAA.
Men’s basketball makes the first appearance by Robert Morris in an NCAA tournament.
Men’s basketball returns to March Madness and beats Georgia Southern in the opening round.
Softball wins the first of four straight NEC championships.
Football plays its inaugural season under head coach Joe Walton. Running back Tim Hall sets NCAA I-AA record with 8.7 yards per carry.
Volleyball wins the first of what will be five consecutive NEC titles.
Football goes 10-0 and claims its second-straight No. 1 ranking in the NCAA I-AA mid-major poll.
Women's rowing wins the first of two consecutive titles at the Dad Vail Regatta, the nation's largest intercollegiate crew competition.
RMU acquires the Island Sports Center and makes it the home of Pittsburgh’s only NCAA men’s and women’s ice hockey teams.
Football moves into the new Joe Walton Stadium.
RoMo is introduced as the Colonials’ new mascot.
Ice hockey goalie Brianne McLaughlin sets an NCAA record for career saves and makes the U.S. Olympic Team.
Men’s basketball shocks reigning national champion Kentucky 59-57 in an NIT first round game at Sewall Center.
Chris Carper is named First Team All-America in javelin, finishing fourth at the NCAA Championships.
Men’s soccer senior Neco Brett wins a third straight NEC Player of the Year.
Women’s lacrosse senior Jessica Karwacki is MVP of the IWLCA North/South All-Star Game.
Women’s basketball wins the NEC Tournament in the final game to be played at Sewall Center.
Men's lacrosse team scares No. 1 Maryland, taking a 6-3 halftime lead before eventually falling 14-11 in the Colonials' first appearance in the NCAA Tournament.