Rutgers comes up short in Alabama this past weekend.
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Rutgers comes up short in Alabama this past weekend.
Rutgers looks for its first win as it travels south to Auburn on Friday.
Rutgers captures another 2nd place finish in quad-meet in College Park, Maryland.
The Rutgers gymnastics team pulled out a second place finish at the Livingston Gym over the weekend. The Scarlet Knights hosted the quad-meet with Ohio State, West Chester and Wisconsin-Whitewater as the challengers.
The Rutgers gymnastics team will host a quad-meet on Saturday, after spending the last two weeks on the road. Ohio State, West Chester and Wisconsin-Whitewater will compete with the Knights at the Livingston Recreation Center at 7 p.m.
Junior Libby Groden just keeps getting better and better. The all-arounder continued to impress this season as she scored a 39.050 at her third National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Regionals as a member of the Rutgers gymnastics team.
For the third straight year, Junior Libby Groden will represent the Rutgers gymnastics team at the NCAA Regionals in West Virginia this Saturday at 4 p.m.Groden, who will compete in all four events as she has done all year as an all-arounder, will be making the trip to WVU Coliseum without the rest of her teammates.
For the first time since 2006, the Rutgers gymnastics team hosted a conference championship on Saturday as all ten schools in the Big Ten Conference traveled to Piscataway to take part in the Big Ten Championships at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC). After the Scarlet Knights (10-15, 1-9) placed fifth in the Big Five Qualifiers in Iowa, they were slated for the noon start time on Saturday as the bottom four teams would battle it out.
With one final meet separating the Rutgers gymnastics team and the Big Ten Championships, it’s time for all hands on deck as the Scarlet Knights (10-11, 1-4) head to Iowa City, Iowa for the Big Five Meet on Saturday at 4 p.m., set to be televised live on the Big Ten Network.After a season-high score of 194.975 last week at Central Michigan, Rutgers finished the regular season on a high note and is ready to go out there and compete, despite the weekly grind that comes with collegiate gymnastics.“It’s championship time, I don’t know that I really need to say too much at all to really get them motivated,” said head coach Lou Levine.
After a busy weekend of traveling that saw two meets in two cities, the Rutgers gymnastics team ended it on a high note as it now gets ready to gear up for one final meet before the Big Ten Championships are hosted at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) on March 18th.
After a strange couple of weeks that saw a Sunday meet quickly followed by a Friday meet, the Rutgers gymnastics team will have to deal with some scheduling oddities once again this weekend.The Scarlet Knights (10-8, 1-4) will begin their weekend by heading to Cape Girardeau, Missouri to take on Southeast Missouri and Texas Woman’s University in a three-way meet on Friday at 7:30 p.m.
It was the same story, different week for the Rutgers gymnastics team who visited Towson University this past Friday night.
After a short week of practices, the Rutgers gymnastics team is headed on the road once again, the second of five consecutive meets away from Piscataway, as it travels to Maryland to face the Towson Tigers Friday night at 7 p.m.
For the fifth consecutive week, the Rutgers gymnastics team eclipsed the 194 mark, but on Sunday afternoon against Illinois-Chicago, it wasn’t enough, as the Scarlet Knights (10-7, 1-4) narrowly fell to the Flames (2-10) by a score of 194.275-194.200.
With its final home meet, until it hosts the Big Ten Championships, in the books, the Rutgers gymnastics team once again heads to Chicago, Illinois to take on the University of Illinois-Chicago (UIC) for a 2 p.m.
Coming off of a 194 performance at Ohio State last week, the Rutgers gymnastics team competed at home one final time this season in front of a sellout crowd at the Livingston Recreation Center while also honoring its seniors against Maryland, Penn and Yale.
The Rutgers gymnastics team went into Ohio State filled with confidence, and rightly so. It was coming off its second Big Ten win in three years against Michigan State and its scores were beginning to improve week by week.
Fresh off of only its second Big Ten win in three years, the Rutgers gymnastics team heads to Columbus, Ohio on Saturday to take on another Big Ten rival, Ohio State, for a 4 p.m.
After a rather sluggish start to the season, the Rutgers gymnastics team has kicked into third gear and is riding a huge wave of momentum, which was evident to the home crowd on Saturday night at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC).After only their second Big Ten win in three years and their first time beating Michigan State, the Scarlet Knights (8-4, 1-2) walked away with a first-place finish ahead of the Spartans, Ursinus and Cornell.
When it’s over, it’s over.As she was set to embark on the final stage of her journey, Father Time came knocking on senior Luisa Leal’s door Saturday evening. Although the regular season had ended two weeks ago, Leal was able to extend her career just a little bit longer.The fifth-year senior had qualified for the NCAA Regionals on vault, an apparatus in which she has excelled throughout her career as a gymnast on the Rutgers gymnastics team.