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As the Rutgers women’s soccer team’s coach bus cruised east on Interstate 80 Saturday night, the general mood surrounding the team could be summed up in one word: happy.
Senior midfielder Cassie Inacio noted that the key to victory in Saturday’s marquee matchup at No. 7 Penn State is for the Knights to play within themselves. TIAN LI / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER
From the moment the Rutgers women’s soccer team began its 2014 campaign, the goal was simple. Despite jumping from the AAC to the Big Ten, along with Mike O’Neill taking over the reins in his first year as a full-time head coach, the Scarlet Knights hoped to conquer the conference atop their competition, hoisting a first-place trophy above their heads. At 9-1-1 overall and 5-1-1 in the Big Ten, Rutgers is in a good spot.
When Tori Leigh heard the pop, she knew.
Senior midfielder Cassie Inacio sat out her junior season after rare surgery to fix an injury to her sesamoid bone in her foot.
Senior backer Tori Leigh tore her left Anterior Cruciate Ligament during the spring semester of her junior year. Leigh has played in seven games for Rutgers this season.
PRINCETON, N.J. — Strong starts to games have been a constant emphasis throughout the Rutgers men’s soccer team’s season.
Freshman forward Jason Wright defends an advance by a Princeton player. Wright scored both goals for the Knights, which was not nearly enough for Rutgers to win. Wright leads the Knights with five goals this season.
Sophomore goalkeeper David Greczek reflects after allowing one of Princeton’s five goals last night on the road. The Fairfield, New Jersey, native allowed three or more goals in a game for the third time this season.
Senior forward Stef Scholz ranks ninth in the Big Ten in shots taken, evidence of the abundance of shots present thanks to Rutgers’ offensive mindset. Speedy strikers are complemented by smart decisions from midfielders.
Junior forward J.P. Correa has struggled to find consistent scoring opportunities after scoring two goals against Wisconsin in a 3-2 overtime victory Sept. 12. The forward has not scored in the four games since and will likely be heavily relied upon to produce against Princeton in an important road game.
Sophomore midfielder Erik Sa said the Knights need to be more patient in possession and try to avoid clearing balls down field. Rutgers was outshot, 22-5, Saturday against No. 4 Penn State and struggled to possess the ball.
The Rutgers women’s soccer team made Sunday’s 4-0 victory against Purdue look easy, but in the prior six games leading up to the contest, there wasn’t much smooth sailing.
It has been a turbulent year, to say the least, through the midpoint of the Rutgers men’s soccer team’s season.
Junior forward Amanda Devolk recorded her first two goals of the season as the Knights picked up their offensive game with a 4-0 rout.
Junior defender Drew Morgan clears the ball during Saturday’s 1-0 loss at No. 4 Penn State. It was Morgan’s first appearance after suffering a head injury Sept.12.
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — In the opening 10 seconds of the first half, Penn State forward Connor Maloney had already made his presence felt, when his shot from distance struck the far post of the Rutgers men’s soccer team’s goal.
In the Rutgers women’s soccer’s team’s 1-0 edging of Indiana on Thursday night, head coach Mike O’Neill acknowledged the obvious sluggish play.
Senior forward Stef Scholz runs away with the ball from an Indiana defender during the Scarlet Knights’ 1-0 victory last night at Yurcak Field. Scholz scored the game-winning goal in the third minute of the first half.