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The Daily Targum sat down with Interim Chancellor Christopher J. Molloy and a few members of his executive team on Dec. 11 for an interview. Topics such as Molloy’s job status, campus improvements, campus mold, marijuana legalization, student safety and the University's future were discussed.
Rutgers sporting events to watch out for during winter break
Traveling to Las Vegas, Nev. for the first time in four years, the Knights placed 9th overall with a 16-14 team record out of 42 participating schools this past weekend.
With the Scarlet Knights' 40-3 win over the Pride, Friday evening, Coach Goodale is one victory shy from becoming the program's all-time wins record holder.
Metzler and Glasgow have had hot starts to the season, bolstering 3-2 and 5-1 records, respectively.
The Scarlet Knights handled Appalachian State but ultimately fell to Utah Valley to finish 1-1 at the Journeymen Duals.
The Scarlet Knights played a tough match against the Blue Devils but ultimately lost 1-0 in the NCAA Tournament's 1st round.
The Scarlet Knights face the Blue Devils for the first time since the first round of the 2009 NCAA Tournament.
Six Knights combined for 10 pins in the event.
No. 16 Rutgers will host Centenary, Fresno State and Johnson and Wales to open up the season at the RAC. The Knights look to capitalize on a quality season and only have the NCAA trophy in mind as a season goal.
The Rutgers women's soccer team was held to a scoreless 1-0 game against Minnesota in the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinals. The Knights will find out their opponent in the NCAA Tournament on the Nov. 5th selection show.
The Knights will host Minnesota for a rematch of the 2015 Big Ten Championships opening round match. Rutgers would advance all the way to the title match, but fell to Penn State.
Rutgers shut out Michigan State 1-0 and defeated Purdue 2-1 on senior night to finish the season at 11-2-5 and 7-1-3 in the Big Ten.
Rutgers will play two teams at the bottom of the conference before the Big Ten Tournament, with seeding implications the tournament taking effect over the weekend all across the conference.
Sophomore forward Amirah Ali leads the Big Ten in scoring with 10 goals this season, and has been a force to reckon with for Rutgers ever since arriving on the Banks last season.
The Knights couldn't continue their overtime magic this weekend, picking up a draw against Ohio State before losing to Penn State on Sunday—which marks their first loss in the Big Ten this season.
The newly named No. 21 Rutgers women's soccer team looks to stay atop the Big Ten standings this weekend, as it faces Ohio State and Penn State on the road.
The crunch time heroics of sophomore forward Amirah Ali and the Rutgers women’s soccer team has gone from conference shaking anomaly to a somewhat bizarrely routine occurrence at Yurcak Field.
Sophomore Amirah Ali worked her golden goal magic yet again, as the forward put the ball past the Northwestern goalkeeper in the 97th minute of play to lead Rutgers to the big upset over the No. 14 Wildcats.
The Rutgers women's soccer team begins its final stretch of its schedule this week as it hosts Northwestern and Illinois.