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In his five years as a Scarlet Knight, graduating senior Giovanni Rescigno did not once eat at Brower.
After a 7:19.4 first-place finish at this past weekend’s quad meet in Princeton, the Rutgers rowing team’s Varsity 4 boat led by senior Mackenzie George was named Big Ten Boat of the Week on Tuesday.
The Rutgers rowing team took its latest national ranking down Route One this weekend and stroked its way to 3 out of 6 event wins at Princeton’s Lake Carnegie.
In the familiar waters of Ohio, senior Sarah Johanek took the stroke seat for a cornerstone moment in the history of Rutgers rowing. At the Big Ten Double Dual in Columbus Ohio, Johanek and the Scarlet Knights took the water at the Griggs Reservoir, rowing with a purpose as they found themselves at the highest peak of competition the program has ever seen.
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.
When head coach Justin Price took over the Rutgers rowing team in 2017, he inherited the University's largest roster of Division I women athletes. Coming to the east coast from University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Price, in one year, molded that group of women into the program’s highest-achieving team ever with program bests at the Big Ten Championships.
In 2018, the Rutgers football team’s offense suffered from excess turnovers and a lack of passing production. A true freshman quarterback and inconsistent options at wide-out anchored the inefficiency, but there was gleaming contributions by the running back core.
When head coach Steve Pikiell was hired back in 2016, he inherited a program transitioning into one of the biggest conferences in the country, recovering from a head coaching scandal only three years prior, and following its lowest win total in 28 years.
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.
Anthony Ashnault and Nick Suriano are the most recent champions to ring the bell perched above Old Queens, here is a reflection of the top 5 victories that deserved a ring of the sacred bell in Rutgers history.
For the first time in history, the Rutgers wrestling team has its national champions. At the 2019 NCAA Championships in Pittsburgh, junior 133-pounder Nick Suriano made a run through a gauntlet of familiar opponents en route to becoming the Scarlet Knights’ first NCAA champion and he won it all as the underdog with unfinished business against two former opponents.
When the charges cleared, Caitlin Jenkins was proven an innocent woman, but one who had permanently lost her Rutgers basketball career. Now, all that remains for the future of her playing career is the hope of making it to the pros.
Sunday, March 10 will go down as a revered day in the 89-year history of Rutgers wrestling. At the 2019 Big Ten Championships in Minnesota, two Scarlet Knights made claim to their spots in the pantheon of college wrestling as the first pair of Rutgers wrestlers to each finish as conference champions in program history.
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.
The 400-meter dash is often cited as an extreme mental challenge, just as much a physical one. The distance creates an awkward paradox for its participants: Too long to sprint, too short to pace.
Coming off two straight wins and an overtime thriller down in Delaware, the Rutgers woman’s lacrosse team returned to HighPoint.com Stadium last night to host its first ranked opponent of the season in No. 10 UPenn. What ensued was the team’s worst loss of the season so far.
This year marks the fifth anniversary of the induction of Rutgers into the Big Ten, a move that put the University’s athletes right in the middle of a storied power five conference, forcing its programs to adapt to the competitively volatile landscape of America’s premier college sports.
It's on to the postseason for the Rutgers wrestling team. After a 25-12 victory over Maryland down in College Park, the No. 18 Scarlet Knights (12-6, 5-4) finished the regular season with a winning record in Big Ten duals, good enough for seventh place in this year’s Big Ten standings.