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The Rutgers women’s basketball team earned a hard fought victory on Saturday at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC), needing overtime to overcome Minnesota's attempt at handing the team its second straight loss. The No. 21 Scarlet Knights moved to 17-3 on the season and 5-1 within the Big Ten Conference.
The Rutgers women’s basketball team is looking to notch its sixth straight win and will host its third straight in-state team on Wednesday as it prepares for a game against Princeton (6-2).
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.
In-state rival Seton Hall (6-1) will visit the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) on Friday at 2 p.m. to take on the Rutgers women's basketball team for a battle of New Jersey. The Pirates come into the contest having not won a game in the RAC since 1996.
Standout fifth-year senior guard Tyler Scaife delivered another dominating performance on Monday night at the Rutgers Athletic Center to lift the Rutgers women's basketball team over Virginia (4-6), 52-43.
Scaife scored 22 points on the night for the Scarlet Knights (8-2), while also adding four rebounds, three blocks, two assists and one steal. She shot 8-17 from the field and was a perfect 5-5 at the free throw line. She also had no turnovers in the entire game.
The Rutgers women’s basketball team came away with a 59-47 win over Siena at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) on Saturday afternoon. With the win, the Scarlet Knights improved to 7-2 on the season, surpassing last season’s win total of six.
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.
Over the weekend, the Rutgers women’s basketball team competed in the Gulf Coast Showcase in Estero, Florida with seven other teams.
The Scarlet Knights (5-2, 0-0) went 1-2 in the tournament, with losses to No. 3 South Carolina as well as Washington State and a win against Western Michigan.
The Rutgers women’s basketball team will look to collect three wins in a row in a showdown with the Charlotte 49ers on Thursday night. The Scarlet Knights (2-0) are coming off of two consecutive road wins, including an 84-67 win over Temple on Monday night.
Fresh off of its 76-63 season opening victory on the road at James Madison, the Rutgers women’s basketball team cruised to an 84-67 win Monday night at Temple.
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.
The Rutgers women's basketball team begins its season on Friday night on the road at James Madison. Last season, Rutgers lost to JMU in a thrilling double-overtime game in Piscataway.
If one thing is for sure, it’s that the Scarlet Knights are a new-look team this season, with a roster bolstered with transfers who are now ready to hit the court and make an impact.
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.
With a bolstered roster full of transfers and experience, the Rutgers women's basketball team is looking to improve from last season’s disappointing 6-24 finish that head coach C.
Welcome to the first ever edition of the Rutgers Roundup, a weekly segment in which we reflect on what happened surrounding Scarlet Knights athletics over the past seven days before acknowledging top performances during the span with our Targum awards.
Six games into the Big Ten portion of its schedule, the Rutgers women’s basketball team sat at 3-3 in conference play, including a dominant 16-point victory over Wisconsin, in which the Scarlet Knights tied a program record for three-pointers made in a game.Ever since that point, things have gone down hill for the Knights (6-24, 3-14), as they closed out their season with an 11th straight loss, the final one being a XX-XX defeat at the hands of the Badgers (ssssss) in the Big Ten Tournament on Wednesday.Heading into the tournament, despite double-digit consecutive losses, junior guard Shrita Parker remained positive about the postseason, saying that she believed that Rutgers could make some noise in the tournament, given that it is March, a month famous for the unexpected in college basketball.“Everything happens in March.