Two events will transpire for the first time this weekend and the Saint Francis (PA) Red flash will take part in both.
The first-ever night game in the history of Robert Morris’ Joe Walton Stadium is scheduled for Saturday, October 8, and the Red Flash are the Colonials’ opponent for the evening. There’s always a buzz when the NEC’s two original Keystone State rivals clash, and that buzz could become louder than ever considering it’s also Homecoming Weekend at RMU and the Colonials are expecting a record crowd.
From the gridiron to the lanes of Holiday Bowl we go. Tom Falbo is set to lead the Red Flash into their second season of NCAA bowling, which begins this weekend in Altoona. The first of the NEC’s 10 bowling members to lift the lid off the 2011-12 season, the Red Flash will take on Penn State-Altoona in dual match play.
Holiday Bowl will also be the host site for the second of four Northeast Conference regular season bowling meets this season.
Overtime! is hoping to sit down with Falbo at some point next week and will share the interview with you once its complete.
@UAlbanyFootball – Just under 24 hours until #kickoff at home against Duquesne. University Field, Saturday at 1pm. Forecast is Sunny and 70’s
@B_Denz_22 – So excited for tonight #rmuhomecoming
@coachmbrown – The most rewarding things you do in life are often the ones that look like they cannot be done. Arnold Palmer
Articles of Interest
Central Connecticut’s New, Sharp Look – Hartford Courant
Rookie Matt Misley’s turn to shine with Wagner QB Doscher injured – Staten Island Advance (Jim Waggoner)
MU hoops update – Asbury Park Press (Hawks Nest)
MU football glance box vs. Colgate and My Prediction – Asbury Park Press (Hawks Nest)