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This is a make or break weekend for the Rutgers field hockey team. The Scarlet Knights (7-5, 1-3) take on a Big Ten doubleheader, hosting Michigan State (5-8, 1-3) on Friday before heading west to square off with Ohio State (5-8, 0-4) on Sunday.Rutgers cannot afford to make the same mistakes it did last weekend.In their latest contest, the Knights tallied a staggering 17 corners and 26 shots but failed to score until 10 minutes into overtime play after matching zeros with St.
Transitioning from high school up to the Division I level is drastic enough without the pressure of being your team’s last line of defense.After joining a program that’s home to the most prestigious field hockey conference in the country, freshman Amanda Lamb was called upon seven games into the season to be the starting goalkeeper for the Rutgers field hockey team.A Pheonixville, Pennsylvania, native, Lamb had previously been splitting time in goal with senior Shevaun Hayes before an injury left the veteran keeper unable to play.Lamb took full reign between the pipes for the Scarlet Knights on Sept.
The Rutgers field hockey team won a thrilling overtime match against St. Joseph's Sunday afternoon with a score of 1-0.
This weekend will be a gritty one for the Rutgers field hockey team. The Scarlet Knights (6-4, 1-2) get back to Big Ten action against another ranked conference foe in No. 10 Michigan (7-4, 2-2) on Friday at the Bauer Track/Field Hockey Complex.
When the Rutgers field hockey team hosted the No. 6 team in the country and the best team in the Big Ten, it tied the record for most goals scored against Northwestern so far this season.The only other teams that have scored three goals on the Wildcats (9-2, 4-0) are No. 3 Duke, who handed the team its second of just two losses in 2016, and No. 5 Penn State.
Rutgers field hockey is out to prove that beating the No. 15 team in the country on its home field was no fluke.The Scarlet Knights (6-3, 1-1) match up with No. 6 Northwestern (8-2, 3-0) on Friday with the hopes of defending their perfect home record and snapping the Wildcats’ six-game winning streak.The last time Rutgers took the turf, it made a statement in upsetting Iowa, the highest ranked team ever defeated in program history.But the Knights aren’t the only ones turning heads this season.
The Eastern Regional High School field hockey team has not faced defeat in its last 139 games. Four members of the current Rutgers field hockey team contributed to their alma mater’s record-setting clean slate.Freshmen Alanna Gollotto and Nikki Santore rejoined their former teammates junior Jade Dixon and senior Kimberly Jevic this season as Scarlet Knights after playing together as Vikings in high school.For these Eastern alums, moving on to the college level was not much of a transition when it came to field hockey — and Rutgers' head coach Meredith Civico was not surprised.“Honestly they could probably beat a handful of college programs — without a doubt,” Civico said of the Vikings.“They’re a program with a winning culture and a long standing tradition of winning and the players from that program know what it takes — they’re fierce and they’re competitors.
Rutgers field hockey dominated in a win over the highest ranked opponent ever defeated in program history with a 2-1 upset of No. 15 Iowa in its opening conference weekend.
The Rutgers field hockey team kicks off its inaugural Big Ten weekend with a doubleheader road trip this weekend.
Head field hockey coach Meredith Civico said that this year’s team is the best she’s ever coached at Rutgers.It’s easy to see why.
In Rutgers field hockey’s 42-year history, no team ever scored 13 goals in a single game — until Sunday.
The Rutgers field hockey team had an extended hand reaching out, but found nothing to grasp onto.With their rigorous 2015 season coming to a close, the Scarlet Knights rounded out this fall with a 7-11 overall record and an 0-8 mark in conference play.
The team did not go quietly.Ending its 2015 season with back-to-back matchups against Big Ten foe Indiana and No. 9 Louisville, the Rutgers field hockey team returns to the Banks 0-2 after being shutout through two hard fought road battles out west.
Now is the time to give all or nothing. The Rutgers field hockey team will wrap up its 2015 season this weekend in a road trip out west to take on conference foe Indiana before going head-to-head with No. 9 Louisville.
Some journeys are fatefully intertwined.This one starts in the fall of 2011 when Jenn Staab first took the field for the Rutgers field hockey team in her debut season as a Scarlet Knight.
No moment on the field can be taken for granted.With highly commoditized opportunities to continue pursuing an athletic career after high school, there is no room for complacency — athletes must continuously fight to take advantage of every fleeting moment they have to make a difference.
Everyone loves a comeback. The Rutgers field hockey team brought an end to a four-game losing streak and captured the program’s first win over American this weekend, edging the Eagles, 2-1.
Sometimes, it’s not the way you start, but the way you finish. Looking to round out a strong finish to the season, the Rutgers field hockey team takes its first single-game road trip of the year down to the nation’s capital this weekend.
When most athletes don their team’s jersey and come out to compete, they are playing for their perpetual love for the sport.