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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.
More than a month has passed since the Rutgers men’s basketball team faced Maryland in College Park.
The Rutgers men's basketball team's tandem in the paint of senior center C.J. Gettys and junior forward Deshawn Freeman are mainly known for being the engine that drives the Scarlet Knights' top 10 total rebounding attack and No. 3 offensive rebounding force this season.
The most recent outing for the Rutgers men’s basketball team ended in familiar fashion, but it wasn’t a result of the issues that doomed the multiple times this season.
Whatever hope the Rutgers women’s basketball team had of salvaging a tumultuous regular season with an upset over No. 12 Ohio State was quickly diminished, as the Buckeyes (25-5, 15-1) dominated the Scarlet Knights (6-23, 3-13) in all facets of the game en route to a 73-45 victory at the Rutgers Athletic Center on Sunday.
It was opposite day in Piscataway Wednesday night.
In the midst of an eight-game losing streak, the Rutgers women’s basketball team will look to halt its losses and score an upset victory when the Scarlet Knights (6-21, 3-11) visit Northwestern Thursday night at 7 p.m. The Wildcats (18-9, 7-7) have already taken down Rutgers once this season, a 55-37 blowout at the Rutgers Athletic Center.
The Rutgers men’s basketball team is heading into the home stretch of its season — literally.
The last time the Rutgers men’s basketball team faced Northwestern, a forgettable shooting performance was the Scarlet Knights’ downfall as they fell 69-60 to the Wildcats at the Rutgers Athletic Center.
The Rutgers men’s basketball team hasn’t made an appearance in the NCAA Tournament since 1991, a 25-year drought going on its 26th.
Looking to end a six-game losing streak, the Rutgers women’s basketball team took on Purdue at the Rutgers Athletic Center Wednesday night. That did not happen.
The key to the Rutgers men’s basketball team’s contest against No. 16 Purdue Tuesday night was located precisely where it has thrived in for most of the season — inside the paint.
As a long season begins to wind down, the Rutgers women’s basketball team looks to draw some positives from what has otherwise been a terrible season. With four games left, the Scarlet Knights (6-19, 3-9) have lost six consecutive games and are on pace for their worst season during head coach C. Vivian Stringer’s 22-year career with the program.
Before Richard Pitino finished his postgame press conference and left the podium in the interview room deep in the bowels of the Rutgers Athletic Center Saturday, the head coach of Minnesota gave a near-perfect description of how the Rutgers men’s basketball team has been performing in its first year under head coach Steve Pikiell.
The Rutgers women’s basketball headed into its road matchup against Minnesota seeking to end a five-game losing streak. Unfortunately, that didn’t happen as the Scarlet Knights (6-19, 3-9) were blown out by the Golden Gophers (13-12, 4-8) by a score of 80-46 on Saturday afternoon.
A little under a year after hosting Minnesota in a battle between the Big Ten’s two worst teams last season, the Rutgers men’s basketball team welcomed the Golden Gophers back to the Rutgers Athletic Center for the first time since that meeting Saturday.
Even as the Rutgers men's basketball team has navigated a rugged Big Ten schedule that saw just two wins in its first 12 tries, the Scarlet Knights have still been able to lean on their firm presence on the boards on most nights.
Steve Pikiell’s first trip around the Big Ten as a head coach in the conference was by no means a cakewalk, even by the league’s already rigorous standards.
Throughout the ups and downs of the Rutgers women’s basketball team's season, there has been one constant theme for this team — the significance of the third quarter. The Scarlet Knights have made a bad habit of coming out for the second half flat and getting blown out of the water by their conference oppositions.