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Senior wing Kahleah Copper tallied seven rebounds and five steals while taking a back seat on offense in Rutgers’ 66-56 win over Nebraska Sunday.
Sophomore guard Shrita Parker drives past her defender in Rutgers’ 66-56 win over Nebraska. Parker had a career-high 14 points, hitting back-to-back threes to pull the Knights back into the contest after a slow start.
Senior guard Briyona Canty pulls up for a jumper in Saturday’s game against Nebraska. Canty played all 40 minutes in the win, scoring 11 points and dishing 6 assists.
Junior guard Tyler Scaife prepares to dribble the ball behind her back as she surveys the court in Rutgers’ fourth conference win over Nebraska on Saturday. Scaife rebounded from a slow start to score a team-high 20 points.
Senior forward Rachel Hollivay attacks the basket in RU’s win against Nebraska. Hollivay contributed 5 blocks for the Knights as she inches closer to breaking Sue Wicks' program record 293 career blocks.
Senior center Rachel Hollivay is averaging 8.9 points and 8.9 rebounds since posting 14 points and 12 boards against Minnesota Dec. 31. Hollivay leads the Big Ten in blocks with 57.
Junior guard Tyler Scaife stands second in the nation in free throw shooting percentage at 96.6 percent from the charity stripe entering Rutgers’ game against Iona.
C. Vivian Stringer said she is pleased with the defense Rutgers has played in recent games, but she believes the team will be more complete when it returns to its home court Wednesday night at the RAC against Iona.
Senior center Rachel Hollivay scored six points and grabbed six rebounds in Rutgers 60-40 win over Arkansas at the Louis Brown Athletic Center Dec. 6.
After averaging 23 points and eight rebounds to earn the Paradise Jam MVP, senior wing Kahleah Copper struggled to nine points and six turnovers in the 65-43 loss at No. 13 Florida State.
Senior defensive specialist Ali Schroeter became Rutgers’ all-time leader in digs this year with 1,553 for her career.
Head coach C. Vivian Stringer now stands as the winningest coach in school history, notching 437 victories over the course of her 21-year career on the Banks.
Senior Rachel Hollivay faces her toughest test of the season at No. 13 Florida State Thursday where the Mississippi native will have to guard FSU center Atuk Bulgak, who is averaging 20.3 points and 9.5 rebounds.
Senior wing Kahleah Copper averaged 23 points and eight rebounds in three games at the Paradise Jam in St. Thomas, earning her the tournament's Most Valuable Player award.
Although Rutgers has struggled in its second season in the Big Ten, senior defensive specialist Ali Schroeter said the Knights look to steal an upset.