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Going into its nationally televised match against Princeton on Thursday night, the Rutgers women’s soccer team looked to turn its possession style of offense into an attacking one.The group looked to do that and much more in its victory over the Tigers as the No.
The Rutgers men’s soccer team look to begin their season 2-0-0 for the second consecutive season as they travel to upstate New York to face Colgate tomorrow night.After defeating Siena 4-2 in the season opener last Friday night at Yurcak field, the Scarlet Knights seek to take the positives from that match and reproduce them against Colgate while removing the negatives.One of the bigger negatives was Siena scoring two goals despite not looking dangerous going forward.
Senior defender Brianne Reed contributed to Rutgers 3-0 win over Princeton when she provided the assist to Inacio for her second goal of the night.
Junior midfielder Tori Prager and her teammates made history Thursday night, improving to 5-0 for the first time since 1996.
Sophomore goalkeeper Casey Murphy and her back four have been a wall in the early going, setting a program record with 450 consecutive minutes without conceding a goal.
The Rutgers women’s soccer team looks to continue its shutout streak on Thursday when it makes the short trip to face in-state rival Princeton.The stout defense will be put to the test against the Tigers (2-0), who average four goals per game.As the No.
Senior forward Cassie Inacio said she believes Rutgers must continue to improve. The Knights take on Princeton tonight.
With its second season in the Big Ten having just begun, the Rutgers men’s soccer team has a laundry list of improvements they look to make from their inaugural season in one of the country’s elite collegiate athletic conferences. After the Scarlet Knights struggled
Senior captain Mitchell Taintor is impressed with Hawkins’ talent and believes the freshman has the potential to become as lethal as Jason Wright.
Forward Brian Hawkins has been a mainstay in Rutgers’ starting line-up despite only recently arriving on the banks.
The Rutgers men’s soccer team continued its tradition of starting the regular season without tasting defeat, winning its fifth season opener in the past six seasons.
PISCATAWAY — In a match that played out in very similar fashion to the 1-0 victory over Villanova on Friday night, the Rutgers women’s soccer team scored late to defeat UMass (0-2-1,) 1-0.The No. 24 Scarlet Knights (4-0) thoroughly controlled most of the action in the contest, outshooting the Minutewomen, 19-2, with sophomore goalkeeper Casey Murphy only needing to record one save.
Sophomore Colby Ciarrocca notched the game-winning goal in the 84th minute.
Sophomore forward Jason Wright continued his strong form from his outstanding freshman year, scoring two goals to lead the Scarlet Knights to a 4-2 win over Siena.
Junior midfielder Erik Sa contributed two assists and put in a solid shift, but was ultimately not content with his overall performance.
With the eyes of the soccer world centered on the World Cup-winning United States Women’s National Team led by Rutgers alumnus Carli Lloyd, it has been an exciting summer for the Rutgers women’s soccer team.Along with watching Lloyd win the Golden Ball Trophy — awarded to the best player in the tournament — en route to the country’s first World Cup since 1999, current Rutgers goalkeeper Casey Murphy capitalized on her dominant freshman season by starting five games for the United States women’s national under-20 soccer team.The sophomore now enters her second season in net for the Scarlet Knights with international experience to go along with Big Ten All-Freshmen Team honors, setting her up for what could potentially be an even bigger year.“I’ve been working on all aspects of my game and have luckily been able to play with the (under-20) national team, so I’ve gotten tremendous coaching and experience there,” Murphy said.
When the Rutgers men’s soccer team earned the school’s first ever Big Ten win in any sport by defeating Wisconsin, 3-2, in Madison last fall, things appeared to be heading in the right direction for head coach Dan Donigan and his team.But after going 3-10-1 in the final 14 games of the season and failing to win against any conference foes from that point on, the Scarlet Knights found themselves disappointed after the final ball had been kicked yet again.After qualifying for the NCAA Tournament in 2011, the Knights have been unable to return to the summit of collegiate soccer.
Senior center back Brianne Reed was selected as one of 28 women to the MAC Herman Trophy Watch List for 2015. As a junior last year, Reed was a First Team All-Big Ten selection.
After a 3-10-1 finish in their inaugural year in the Big Ten, senior forward JP Correa and the Knights are out to prove that they can compete with the conference's elite as the 2015 season approaches.