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Junior goalkeeper Shevaun Hayes tied her single-game high with 13 saves against No. 14 Northwestern on Friday. The Melbourne, Australia, native had a solid game against the Big Ten leaders in points, goals, corners and goals per game, giving the Knights a chance to win despite a losing effort.
Senior linebacker Kaiwan Lewis tracks Kansas running back K'aun Kinner in Rutgers' 27-14 homecoming win over the Jayhawks Saturday. Lewis stuffed the stat sheet, making his first interception for the Knights, to go with six tackles (four solo), two quarterback hurries and a tackle for loss.
Junior goalkeeper Shevaun Hayes tied her single-game high in saves with 13 on Friday against the No. 16 Wildcats, but it wasn’t enough for Rutgers.
Sophomore quarterback Chris Laviano hangs in the pocket and fires a pass in Saturday’s 27-14 bounce back win over Kansas. Despite a pair of interceptions, Laviano completed 18-of-25 for 201 yards and two touchdowns to earn his first-career win as the starting quarterback for Rutgers.
Senior running back Paul James rumbles down the sidelines Saturday at High Point Solutions Stadium. Despite being the third-leading rusher for Rutgers with 57 yards on nine carries, contributing to a Knights ground game that ripped off 312 yards on 58 attempts in the 27-14 homecoming triumph past Kansas.
Robert Martin bursts through the hole created by junior offensive tackle JJ Denman, right, and junior tight end Nick Arcidiacono, left, Saturday afternoon in Rutgers’ 27-14 rebound win over Kansas on homecoming. Martin rushed for 102 yards on 17 carries to aid a Knights ground game that broke out for 312 yards on 58 touches. Sophomore Josh Hicks added to the revival of the ground-and-pound blueprint for Rutgers with a game-high 113 yards and two touchdowns on 21 attempts.
Following the National Collegiate Athletic Association’s move in January 2015 that allowed Division I universities to provide stipends for their football players and male and female basketball players, a Gannett New Jersey article followed up with the Rutgers Athletics department, which found the department is in compliance with Title IX, the federal law prohibiting gender-based discrimination.
Junior right-hander Dresden Maddox pitched a gem for Rutgers, going five innings and giving up two hits with four strikeouts.
Senior Joe Nardella (right) was crowned the Big Ten Specialist of the Year for 2015 after winning 223-of-333 faceoffs over the course of the season.
Head coach Brian Brecht called junior attacker Scott Bieda the quarterback of the Rutgers offense. The Bridgewater, New Jersey, native proved his potential over the course of the season, leading the team in goals (30), assists (28) and points (58) — all of which are career-highs. Bieda was also named First Team All-Big Ten in 2015.
Senior centerfielder Jackie Bates believes Rutgers has repairs to make in practice as the end of the regular season approaches. The Knights look to bounce back in the midweek games following their three-game sweep at the hands of Penn State.
Head coach Jay Nelson implores his team to stay relaxed at the plate after tightening up in its recent series against Penn State where the Nittany Lions swept the Knights.
Lambda Kappa Sigma Charity Fashion Show
Students hold posters protesting tuition hikes and increasing student debt at a budget hearing yesterday evening at the College Avenue Student Center.
As Rutgers (26-14, 10-6) has recorded an impressive mark to this point in the season, senior left fielder Chandler Howard attributed the success to a looser atmosphere among the team.
Senior left fielder Chandler Howard in bating .331 in the 2015 season, with nine doubles, four home runs and 18 runs batted in.