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It has been more than a decade since Rutgers fielded men’s and women’s fencing teams at the NCAA Division I level. The Rutgers Athletics went out to cut the teams, along with its oldest sport, men’s crew, back in 2006-2007, an academic year where the football team was ranked No. 16 in the nation.
After becoming the second Rutgers wrestler to win the NCAA Championships in his weight class just four weeks earlier, graduate student 149-pounder Anthony Ashnault earned a gold medal for Team USA in the 70-kilogram (approximately 154 pounds in the weight class) match at the Pan American Championships.
The Rutgers men's and women's basketball teams unveiled their Big Ten opponents for the upcoming 2019-2020 season, marking Scarlet Knights' fifth season in the conference.
With four months left until the start of training camp, the Rutgers football team concluded its spring practices with the traditional Scarlet-White Game this past Saturday.
For the Rutgers men’s basketball team, transitioning from the Big East to the Big Ten, a powerhouse league where the likes of Michigan, Michigan State and Wisconsin reign supreme, has been challenging to say the least.
Rutgers broke ground on the $65 million Gary and Barbara Rodkin Academic Success Center that will serve approximately 650 student athletes at a ceremony on Saturday, promising top-notch academics for current and future Scarlet Knights.
After it lost 14-10 to Michigan State in the final week of the 2018 season, the Rutgers football team and head coach Chris Ash turned their heads to the upcoming season, hoping for improvement from a fourth-straight year with a losing record.
Eight student athletes on the Rutgers swimming and diving team will travel to the Scandinavian region of Europe for the 2019 Swim Open Stockholm in Stockholm, this weekend.
The Rutgers football team holds a special spot in the now-150-year history of college football. It was at the site of the College Avenue Gymnasium on Nov. 6, 1869, where Rutgers College defeated its Route 1 rival Princeton University (formerly known as the College of New Jersey) 6-4 in the first-ever football competition at the collegiate level.
In its third race of the spring season, the Rutgers rowing team captured four first-place finishes in events en route to winning the 12-team field Doc Hosea Invitational, last Saturday.
For the majority of incoming college student athletes, practice starting in July amid the heat of summer is a given when committing to compete at a university. For transfers and early enrollees, the upcoming season starts now, in the spring.
Junior midfielder Samantha Budd and senior defenseman Kyle Pless were each recognized by the Big Ten Conference for the Rutgers women’s and men’s lacrosse teams, respectively.
Senior Vera Koprivova was 0.01 seconds away from becoming the Rutgers swimming and diving team’s first All-American since 2008 last Sunday at the NCAA Championships in Austin, Texas.
With 6 minutes remaining in the second half and the Rutgers men’s basketball team up by 5, it looked like the Scarlet Knights (14-17, 7-13) were going to live to fight another day. But a 15-0 gut punch by Nebraska, seemingly out of nowhere, knocked Rutgers out of the Big Ten Tournament and ended its season.
How different will Rutgers football look when spring practice starts tomorrow? Three months removed from concluding a 1-11 season, head coach Chris Ash will be leading the 105th Rutgers football team and the sixth as part of the Big Ten.
New head coach Jim McElderry will get a feel for the Rutgers men’s soccer team this spring, as it will compete in the 13-team U.S. Soccer College Development Program from March 30 to April 20.
This off-season, the Rutgers football team made several changes to head coach Chris Ash’s staff as it prepares to start spring practice next month in anticipation for the 2019 season.
Under head coach Scott Goodale, the Rutgers wrestling team had secured 12 straight winning seasons and bolstered five All-Americans since he took over the helm in 2007.
After five months of competition, the Rutgers swimming and diving team will be heading to Bloomington, Indiana for the 2019 Big Ten Championships. The championship event will take place at the Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatics Center and run from Wednesday through Saturday.
Fresh off a narrow 1-point win over in-state rival then No. 20 Princeton, the Rutgers wrestling team added two wins on the road in the Midwest, capturing at least 20 points against Indiana and No. 20 Purdue.