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Having endured enough losses since joining the Big Ten, the Rutgers volleyball team is hungry for its first win of the conference season. The Scarlet Knights’ best shot at upsetting a Big Ten opponent will be on the road when they face Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana.
This time around the Rutgers volleyball team will return home to the College Avenue Gymnasium to play against Michigan and Michigan State over the weekend. The Scarlet Knights (5-13, 0-6) have lost their past six conference matches in straight sets but have been looking for the small wins during the matches to help them improve as the season moves forward.
For the first time since the conference season has begun, the Rutgers volleyball team will venture to two states in two days to face off against its third pair of Big Ten teams this weekend. The Scarlet Knights (5-11, 0-4) will be challenged by Maryland on Friday in College Park, Maryland, and continue their action in Columbus, Ohio, where Ohio State resides. Rutgers has endured four Big Ten losses all in straight sets and that number continues to rise. The Knights are looking for a win to turn things around and not repeat last year’s upsetting season.
Another pair of losses haunted the Rutgers volleyball team at the College Avenue Gym this past weekend as the Scarlet Knights (5-11, 0-4) failed to outperform Big Ten opponents Northwestern (11-5, 1-3) and Illinois (12-3, 3-1). All four of Rutgers’ conference matches this season have been straight set losses, and the Knights have now accumulated five consecutive losses.
Another two Big Ten opponents will come to the banks to face off against the Rutgers volleyball team this weekend at the College Avenue Gymnasium.
The new taraflex playing surface that the Rutgers volleyball team unveiled on Friday at the College Avenue Gymnasium gave them no advantage heading into the conference portion of their season as the Scarlet Knights dropped a pair of losses this past weekend in straight sets.
This Friday, the Rutgers volleyball team will go head-to-head against Iowa at College Avenue Gym to kick off their first Big Ten game of the conference season.
This weekend, the Rutgers volleyball team will head to the Robert Morris Invitational in Moon Township, Pennsylvania where they will face off against the University of Pennsylvania, Middle Tennessee State, and the host Colonials.
This past weekend, the Rutgers volleyball team extended its losing streak to five matches, struggling to overtake any of the three teams from the UMKC Kangaroo Klassic held in Kansas City, Missouri.The Scarlet Knights had two matches on Friday, falling to Northern Iowa and later UMKC in straight-set victories for the opposing teams.
This weekend, Sept. 8-9, the Rutgers volleyball team heads off to Kansas City, Missouri for the UMKC Kangaroo Klassic where they will face the Northern Iowa (UNI), South Dakota, and the host UMKC Kangaroos.Last year, the Kangaroos won the tournament with a 2-1 record, even though Northern Iowa had defeated them (3-1). The Scarlet Knights has not participated in the Kangaroo Klassic in the past, but it seems as though the team will have yet another challenge ahead of themselves.This season, the Kangaroos and South Dakota both have an overall win 2-4 and a hitting percentage .165 and .333, respectively.
Rutgers’ volleyball team had a strong start last week as the Scarlet Knights competed in the East Carolina Invitational, the Seton Hall Classic, as well as a home opener in between the two tournaments.
As the 2017 season comes to a close, the Rutgers men’s golf team took a difficult loss at this year’s Big Ten Championship from April 28-30 by finishing in last with a final score of 892 (298-291-303). Junior team captain Matt Holuta led the Scarlet Knights by tying for 24th in a total score 217 (70-72-75).Illinois claimed the Big Ten title with a score 829 (269-279-281). Placing second and third respectively were Northwestern and Ohio State.Although Rutgers had a disappointing finish to conclude their spring season, the Knights had a strong start to their season by defeating both No. 2-seeded Michigan and No. 6-seeeded Ohio State at the Big Ten Match Play Championships in Palm Coast, Florida.Rutgers continued its momentum into the Colleton River Collegiate where the Knights finished fifth in the field.
Rutgers men’s golf team stumbled last weekend as the Scarlet Knights finished ninth at the Rutherford Intercollegiate on Sunday, hosted by Penn State at the Blue Course in State College.
The Rutgers men’s golf team captured a tie for sixth place at the Princeton Invitational held at the Springdale Golf Club on Sunday afternoon.
The Rutgers volleyball team said goodbye to their five match losing streak last weekend by securing the Robert Morris Invitational title in Moon Township, Pennsylvania.
Another pair of matches and another pair of straight set losses haunted the Rutgers volleyball team this past weekend as the team travelled to College Park, Maryland and Columbus, Ohio to face off against Maryland and Ohio State.
Although the Rutgers volleyball team collected one more pair of losses to Michigan and No. 10 Michigan State, the Scarlet Knights had some positives this weekend. They collected their first Big Ten set win at home since Nov. 18th, 2015 when the team played against Purdue.