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The Scarlet Knights (10-2) enjoyed a game in which they dominated from the start on both ends of the floor and never relented, beating FDU (7-3) 101-35. The 66-point margin of victory was the highest since they beat Duquesne by 75 in 1988, and was the second time in the last four years that they scored 100 or more points, joining their 100-44 win against Davidson in 2014.
While the Atlantic Coast Conference has dominated the Big Ten on both the men’s and women’s sides of the annual Big Ten/ACC Challenge, the Rutgers women’s basketball team refused to be a part of that narrative last night and came away with a hard-fought win.
The Scarlet Knights (5-2) begin a stretch of eight straight home games when they host North Carolina State (6-1) tonight as part of the Big Ten/ACC Challenge. The Wolfpack are the second ACC opponent Rutgers will face this season, as they previously beat Wake Forest, 65-51, in its only other home game. The team is looking for its first win in the Challenge since joining the Big Ten in 2014.
After a loss to No. 3 South Carolina (6-1), a win against Western Michigan (3-4), and a loss to Washington State (3-4), the Scarlet Knights (5-2) finished sixth in the Showcase held in Estero, Florida. Undefeated heading into the tournament, they emerged with two losses, but a lot of things to be proud of heading into a stretch of eight straight home games.
During media day for the Rutgers women’s basketball team last Wednesday, head coach C. Vivian Stringer said that she would be happy to win five games this season. After the first game of the season, she already has one.
The Scarlet Knights (1-0) held off a late comeback to defeat James Madison (0-1), 76-63, Friday night in Harrisonburg, Virginia.
Ask anyone to name the most well-known figures currently employed at Rutgers, and there is a good chance they will say C. Vivian Stringer, head coach of the women’s basketball team.
The No. 20 Scarlet Knights (9-9, 3-5) conceded 2 late goals to No. 10 Northwestern (14-5, 7-2) on Sunday and lost 4-3 in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament as their season came to an end.
Civico hopes her comments light a fire under her team, as the No. 20 Scarlet Knights (9-8, 3-5) kick off the Big Ten Tournament at No. 10 Northwestern (13-5, 6-2) at 12:30 p.m. on Sunday. They are looking for their first tournament win since joining the conference in 2014, as they are 0-2 since then.
The Rutgers field hockey team headed into the final weekend of the regular season hoping to make a statement against two ranked teams before the Big Ten Tournament.
Throughout this season, the Rutgers field hockey team has shown its
mettle, winning tough games and hanging with superior opponents. And now
as the final weekend looms, it has two more big opportunities to make a statement.The
No. 21 Scarlet Knights (9-6, 3-3) conclude their regular season with
matchups against two ranked teams. First, they go on the road to play
No. 6 Penn State (12-3, 4-2) on Friday before heading home for their
Senior Day finale against No. 12 Maryland (10-5, 4-2) on Sunday.
As the Rutgers field hockey team enters the thick of its Big Ten schedule, every game is tightly fought and can go either way, especially when it’s one of several teams in the conference that is nationally ranked.“As we get deeper and deeper into Big Ten play, the games get tighter and more physical, and there’s more on the line.” said head coach Meredith Civico.
In the Netherlands, field hockey is a way of life. People start
playing at a young age, and this translates to massive success on the
international scale.The Dutch women’s field hockey team is
currently the top-ranked team in the world and has won three Olympic
gold medals and seven Field Hockey World Cups. More recently, many Dutch
players have been playing for collegiate teams in the United States and
are often the top players on a team.
Due to a slow start, the Rutgers field hockey team found itself
behind early, and was unable to recover despite a late push. Even worse,
it may have lost a star player for an unknown amount of time.The No. 19 Scarlet Knights (7-4, 2-1) rallied against No. 10 Northwestern (8-4, 3-1) on Friday, but fell just short, losing 3-2.
After a successful start to their 2017 Big Ten campaign, the Rutgers field hockey team will face a short weekend as they look to remain undefeated in conference play.The No. 19 Scarlet Knights (7-3, 2-0) head to Evanston, Illinois, to take on No. 10 Northwestern (7-4, 2-1) today.
Looking to make a splash in their first two conference games this season, the Rutgers field hockey team came out strong and showed the rest of the Big Ten that they will be a force to be reckoned with.The No. 23 Scarlet Knights (7-3, 2-0) made a statement to start Big Ten play, shutting out Indiana (5-5, 0-2) and No. 19 Iowa (4-7, 0-3) this weekend.
With Big Ten foes looming on the schedule, the Rutgers field hockey team had one more shot to impress in what might have been their toughest challenge yet.
After two losses their last time out, the Rutgers field hockey team’s schedule does not get any easier when they face two undefeated teams on the road.The No. 24 Scarlet Knights (4-2) wrap up the main portion of their out-of-conference schedule this weekend when they play at Cornell (4-0) and No. 3 Syracuse (7-0, 1-0 ACC) this weekend.The Knights are coming off of the humbling experience of suffering their first two losses of the season to Princeton and St.
On paper, the Rutgers field hockey team had a pretty rough weekend, losing its first two games after a 4-0 start.
After a successful weekend, the Rutgers field hockey team is back in action and looking for more top-notch results.The No. 22 Scarlet Knights (4-0) have two more road games on their slate this weekend, facing in-state rival No. 12 Princeton (0-2) on Friday and St.