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Golf is one of the most daunting and frustrating sports on the planet, but Toks Pedro is making it look easy. In his second year as a member of the Rutgers men’s golf team, the sophomore is taking the college golf world by storm. Pedro has some big goals and aspirations that he is looking to accomplish during the remainder of his career as a Scarlet Knight.One of these goals is to become not only the best golfer in the Big Ten conference, but the top collegiate golfer in the country.
Saying goodbye is usually not an easy thing to do.On Saturday, the Rutgers women’s golf team honored its senior class at the Rutgers University Golf Course after the conclusion of the Rutgers Invitational. Seniors Samantha Moyal, Jacquelyn Mullens, Christina Paulsen, Gabrielle Sacheli and co-captain Racquel Zurick all gathered for a picture with head coach Kari Williams and were serenaded by kind words from co-captain sophomore Emily Mills during a brief speech she gave to her senior teammates.“To see my seniors play their last Rutgers Invitational is both good and bad, because you know they’re leaving you,” Williams said.
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.
Bigger, better, and stronger. Last Tuesday, the Rutgers men’s golf team received a new addition to their program.
Incredible people have incredible stories.The Rutgers men’s golf team certainly has some talent on its roster, but the Scarlet Knights’ top player might not be one who you would expect. He doesn’t have a big personality.
Alabama and Auburn — Roll Tide and War Eagle.The two universities are bound together in one of the fiercest rivalries not only in college athletics, but in all of sports.
The second time is the charm.Two tournaments in a row, harsh weather and conditions clashed with the Rutgers men’s golf team.
A chance at redemption looms large.The Rutgers men’s golf team heads to New Haven, Connecticut, for the McDonald Cup on Friday and Saturday.
Princeton and Rutgers — two universities that have opposed each other since 1869 in the first college football game ever played. The history and the 18.8-mile proximity to one another bolsters a fierce rivalry between the Scarlet Knights and the Tigers since that first matchup 144 years ago.This weekend, the rivalry continues on the green.The Rutgers women’s golf team will take the short, 30-minute trip to Princeton, New Jersey, to compete in the Princeton Invitational on Saturday and Sunday. The two-day, three-round tournament will be hosted by the Tigers.
The hot trend ends but the good golf continues. The Rutgers women’s golf team was able to sustain its streak of good play in tournaments by securing a 12th place finish at the Johnie Imes Invitational.
Sustaining a hot streak is harder than starting one.The Rutgers women’s golf team has been swinging scorching hot clubs in the early portion of the fall season.
The Rutgers men’s golf team trekked to South Kent, Connecticut, to participate in the Hartford Hawks Invitational on Monday and Tuesday.
The Rutgers men’s golf team returns to action today at the Hartford Hawk Invitational in South Kent, Connecticut.
Recognitions and awards not only increase the prestige of a college athletics team, but also raise expectations.
In sports, bad breaks and misfortunes occur on the daily. Good teams are always able to work through the calamities and not let the off-field distractions dictate the way they compete.
The Rutgers men’s golf team capped off its opening tournament of the season Saturday afternoon. The stormy weather did not reflect the results of the event.
The Rutgers men’s golf team returns to its home course in Piscataway for the Rutgers Invitational on Friday morning.
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. But one group of women used their time off to better themselves.
Time to get back to work.After being away from the lush greens and fairways of the Rutgers University Golf Course during the summer months, the Rutgers men’s golf team returned to its facilities Monday. With the time away from campus, the Scarlet Knights were able to rejuvenate and recover from the lengthy spring portion of their 2015 season.The team did not waste a second in preparing for its upcoming tournament on Sept.
With the foundations for success in place, the Rutgers men’s golf team looks to continue its climb towards the top of the Big Ten Conference in the fall portion of its 2015 season.Despite the naysayers and the critics, the Scarlet Knights had some good showings at tournaments this past spring.