So it begins.
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So it begins.
The Rutgers softball team is poised for a sound campaign in the 2016 season. The pieces for success are in place, but there are big shoes to fill.
The Rutgers swimming and diving team wrapped up the home portion of its season Saturday afternoon. The robust Scarlet Knights cruised to a 205-91 dual meet victory over New Hampshire.
Senior Day has a very unique feel to it, as it marks a time of both celebration and sadness.
On any team, having valuable leadership is important, especially in times of dire straits.
At the halfway point mark of the year, the Rutgers swimming and diving team has already had a historic season. The Scarlet Knights' intense racing mentality has put them in a prime position to battle for high finishes during the remainder of their schedule.
The Rutgers swimming and diving team had a monumental weekend with members competing in two meets on opposite sides of the country.
The Rutgers swimming and diving team will be splitting up this week as the Scarlet Knights compete in two events.
The divers on the Rutgers swimming and diving team are having a record breaking season thus far. The Scarlet Knights have captured several awards and honors from the Big Ten Conference because of their effort and success.
Another meet, another record broken.
The Rutgers swimming and diving team will jump into its home pool at the Rutgers Aquatics Center on Busch Campus come Friday for the Frank Elm Invitational. The meet will begin at 10 a.m. and will be continue for two additional days.
In its previous outing on Nov. 6 and 7, the Rutgers swimming and diving team picked up victories against former Big East opponents Georgetown and Seton Hall. Meanwhile, the Scarlet Knights nearly earned a win against perennial Big East powerhouse Villanova in the same quad meet.
Preparation is key.
Having a strong start is one thing, but maintaining that fast pace is another.
Entering the year 2012, no one would’ve predicted that Rutgers would become a member of one of the country’s premier academic and athletic conferences in the Big Ten.
It’s a big weekend for the Rutgers swimming and diving team.
The process of rebuilding a program is a long one. It doesn’t take days, weeks or months — it takes years to complete.
In the game of football, halftime is the period of time between the second and third quarter spent making little tweaks and adjustments here and there.
Last year, the Rutgers swimming and diving team enjoyed enormous success in its inaugural Big Ten season. The Scarlet Knights earned nine victories to just one defeat in dual meets and had two swimmers qualify for the NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships.
That’s a wrap.