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As the Rutgers field hockey team enters the thick of its Big Ten schedule, every game is tightly fought and can go either way, especially when it’s one of several teams in the conference that is nationally ranked.“As we get deeper and deeper into Big Ten play, the games get tighter and more physical, and there’s more on the line.” said head coach Meredith Civico.
In the Netherlands, field hockey is a way of life. People start
playing at a young age, and this translates to massive success on the
international scale.The Dutch women’s field hockey team is
currently the top-ranked team in the world and has won three Olympic
gold medals and seven Field Hockey World Cups. More recently, many Dutch
players have been playing for collegiate teams in the United States and
are often the top players on a team.
Due to a slow start, the Rutgers field hockey team found itself
behind early, and was unable to recover despite a late push. Even worse,
it may have lost a star player for an unknown amount of time.The No. 19 Scarlet Knights (7-4, 2-1) rallied against No. 10 Northwestern (8-4, 3-1) on Friday, but fell just short, losing 3-2.
After a successful start to their 2017 Big Ten campaign, the Rutgers field hockey team will face a short weekend as they look to remain undefeated in conference play.The No. 19 Scarlet Knights (7-3, 2-0) head to Evanston, Illinois, to take on No. 10 Northwestern (7-4, 2-1) today.
Looking to make a splash in their first two conference games this season, the Rutgers field hockey team came out strong and showed the rest of the Big Ten that they will be a force to be reckoned with.The No. 23 Scarlet Knights (7-3, 2-0) made a statement to start Big Ten play, shutting out Indiana (5-5, 0-2) and No. 19 Iowa (4-7, 0-3) this weekend.
With Big Ten foes looming on the schedule, the Rutgers field hockey team had one more shot to impress in what might have been their toughest challenge yet.
After two losses their last time out, the Rutgers field hockey team’s schedule does not get any easier when they face two undefeated teams on the road.The No. 24 Scarlet Knights (4-2) wrap up the main portion of their out-of-conference schedule this weekend when they play at Cornell (4-0) and No. 3 Syracuse (7-0, 1-0 ACC) this weekend.The Knights are coming off of the humbling experience of suffering their first two losses of the season to Princeton and St.
On paper, the Rutgers field hockey team had a pretty rough weekend, losing its first two games after a 4-0 start.
After a successful weekend, the Rutgers field hockey team is back in action and looking for more top-notch results.The No. 22 Scarlet Knights (4-0) have two more road games on their slate this weekend, facing in-state rival No. 12 Princeton (0-2) on Friday and St.
From the beginning of the season, Rutgers field hockey head
coach Meredith Civico said that this was the best team she’s ever coached on
the Banks.This year’s Scarlet Knights (9-9, 2-6) proved that in her fifth
year at Rutgers and her third Big Ten season, Civico’s assertion was
unquestionable.The program’s growth between 2015 and 2016 was staggering.
The Rutgers field hockey team played its final game of the year after falling to No. 3 Maryland in the Big Ten Championship quarterfinals, 3-1.
Rutgers field hockey team closed out its regular season with a 4-2 loss against No. 3 Maryland in College Park this weekend.The Scarlet Knights (9-8, 2-6) will pick right back up where they left off in the postseason as the team returns to College Park on Thursday for a rematch against the Terrapins (15-3, 7-1) in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament. Rutgers put forth a strong performance in the opening frame, with a goal from senior forward Rachel Yaney putting the Scarlet Knights up 1-0.
The Rutgers field hockey team will play its final regular season game of the season against the No. 3 team in the country on its road trip down to Maryland this weekend.
Team captains Alyssa Bull and Devon Freshnock have spearheaded Rutgers field hockey into one of the program's most successful seasons since joining the Big Ten Conference.
In its final home stand of the season, the Rutgers field hockey team split its fourth consecutive doubleheader weekend, rebounding with a 2-0 win over Richmond on Sunday after falling to No. 6 Penn State on Friday 4-1.The Scarlet Knights (9-7, 2-5) put up a dominant first half against the Nittany Lions (13-2, 5-2) with a 1-0 lead, but a tying goal off the tricky left baseline early in the second proved to be the beginning of the end. Penn State continued its offensive power and forward Aurelia Meijer scored three consecutive goals off attack penalty corners that Rutgers was unable to answer.On Sunday, after honoring their eight veterans in a pregame Senior Day ceremony, the Knights shutout a scrappy Richmond (7-9, 5-2) team to end the weekend on a high note and leave Bauer Track / Field Hockey Complex with one final home victory to end the 2016 regular season.“I think they were very happy to get the win (Sunday) but you could kinda tell in the huddle that they knew that we have better hockey to play, which is exciting — when they’re not satisfied," said head coach Meredith Civico.
The Rutgers field hockey team will play its final regular season home games this weekend with a doubleheader against No. 6 Penn State and Richmond.
Save the best for last.The eight seniors on the Rutgers field hockey team have three regular season games left as well as postseason play, but they’ve already put up their most successful season on the Banks this year.
The Rutgers field hockey team has officially clinched a bid to the Big Ten Tournament with a dominant 3-1 victory over Ohio State on Sunday.
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.