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Last Saturday, the Rutgers men’s soccer team concluded its season with a 2-1 loss to Michigan in the play-in game of the Big Ten Tournament. Although the Scarlet Knights (1-13-2) only managed to garner one win throughout the long season, their record doesn’t give the team justice.
The Rutgers men’s soccer team failed to garner any luck this season. The last game of the season proved to be no different on Saturday, as the Scarlet Knights' (1-13-2) fell to Michigan in the Big Ten Tournament play-in-game by a score of 2-1.
Win or go home.
When David Greczek first stepped foot in Piscataway, he knew it was where he wanted to spend his collegiate years playing the game he loves for the Rutgers men's soccer team.
In a game where the Rutgers men’s soccer team trailed early and was tied up for some time and was outshot 22 to 11, the Scarlet Knights escaped Peoria, Illinois, with their first win of the season.
The Rutgers men’s soccer team plays its 16th and final regular season game Saturday night on the road in Peoria, Illinois. The Scarlet Knights (0-13-2) have yet to win a game this season but have battled most of the teams on their schedule.
As fans filled the seats of Yurcak Field Tuesday night, they knew it was going to be a cold one. Parents and fans bundled up with their hot chocolate and winter coats for the pregame Senior Night ceremony before the Rutgers men’s soccer team hosted Columbia.
Tuesday marks senior night for the Rutgers men’s soccer team, but a more important issue looms larger.
The Rutgers men’s soccer team suffered its 12th defeat of the season Friday night, but this one, a 3-2 defeat to Big Ten rival Penn State in double-overtime, perhaps hurt most of all.
All hasn’t gone as planned for the Rutgers men’s soccer team this season.
The Rutgers men’s soccer team lost its 11th game of the season Tuesday night to in-state rival NJIT by a score of 4-0.
Coming off its most heartbreaking loss of the season, the Rutgers men’s soccer team looks to lick its wounds and go back to battle Tuesday.
Everything was in place for the Rutgers men’s soccer team to walk away with its first win Friday, the same night it honored its all-time wins leading ex-head coach Bob Reasso.
The Rutgers men’s soccer team looks to bounce back after Tuesday’s loss to in-state rival Princeton as Big Ten play continues, hosting Northwestern (2-9-1) Friday.
The Rutgers men’s soccer team seems to be playing its best soccer of the season. Still winless through their first 10 games, the Scarlet Knights (0-8-2, 0-4-2) look to carry their solid play into Tuesday as they host in-state rival Princeton (5-4-1).
The match between the Rutgers men's soccer team and Michigan resembled a heavyweight title fight – both battling punch-for-punch waiting for the other to drop.
The previous 4 out of 5 Rutgers men’s soccer games have either been a tie or a loss by only a one-goal difference.
As the players on the Rutgers men’s soccer team walk towards the practice field, Marvin Gaye’s "Let's Get It On" echoes from the adjacent football field. Smiles, laughter and chatter are seen and heard from a majority of the players.
The scene in Madison, Wisconsin, Saturday was typical of a midwestern fall afternoon — gloomy, eerie, wet.
Coming off a resilient comeback that just fell short of a win, the Rutgers men’s soccer team looks to get back on track as it heads to Madison, Wisconsin, Saturday to resume conference play against the Badgers.