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The Rutgers women's golf team completed its final fall event in fourth place with 925 (312-310-303) strokes on October 30 and 31 at the Idle Hour Intercollegiate in Macon, Georgia. The Scarlet Knights posted a top-five finish in four out of five tournaments this fall.
The Rutgers women's golf team finished in seventh place with a team total of 920 (305-312-303) at the Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational on October 10 and 11. After coming off of three top-five finishes to start the 2017 fall tournament schedule, the Scarlet Knights hit a slight hiccup and lost their momentum.
The Rutgers women's golf team finished in fifth place at the Nittany Lion Invitational hosted by Penn State. After holding a sixth-place score at the end of the first day of competition, the Scarlet Knights fought hard to move themselves into their third straight top-five finish to start the 2017 season.
Competing at the Marilynn Smith Sunflower Invitational this past weekend, the Rutgers women’s golf team finished in fourth place, with 904 total strokes. The host, Kansas State, smoked the competition by 17 strokes, to secure the victory. This was the first time that the Scarlet Knights played in this tournament and the first time competing at the Colbert Hills Golf Course in Manhattan, Kansas.
The Rutgers women’s golf team rolls right into the Sunflower Invitational from Sept. 17 until Sept. 19 at Kansas State. After finishing third in the first event of the season, the Rutgers Invitational, the Scarlet Knights look to continue their positive play for a second week in a row.
To open the 2017 fall season, the Rutgers women's golf team hosted the Rutgers Invitational this past weekend.
After starting off very strong with two top-three finishes in 2016 and falling to last place in the final three tournaments, the Rutgers women's golf team looks to start off strong at the Rutgers Women's Invitational this Friday and Saturday.
That’s a wrap.
Saying goodbye is usually not an easy thing to do.
The savvy Rutgers athletics fan might think this weekend will be a quiet, uneventful one in Piscataway with the football team playing far away from High Point Solutions Stadium.
Alabama and Auburn — Roll Tide and War Eagle.
Princeton and Rutgers — two universities that have opposed each other since 1869 in the first college football game ever played.
The hot trend ends but the good golf continues.
Sustaining a hot streak is harder than starting one.
Recognitions and awards not only increase the prestige of a college athletics team, but also raise expectations.
Senior Racquel Zurick looks to round out her career as a Knight with a successful fall season where she will serve as the team's captain.
Most Rutgers students spent their summer vacations on the warm, sandy beaches of the Jersey Shore, lounging on their beach towels and inhaling the sea air.
Entering the spring portion of its season, the Rutgers women’s golf team had to battle elements of all kinds.
The Rutgers women's golf team competed at the River Landing Classic in Wallace, North Carolina, playing on the Landing Course on Saturday before moving to the River Course on Sunday.
With the Princeton
Invitational presenting a local course, the Rutgers men's golf team returned to action over the weekend in unique style.