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Sophomore goalkeeper Casey Murphy and the Knights fought hard, but ultimately fell 2-0 to Penn State in the final of the Big Ten Tournament.
Sophomore defensive end broke out in last year's 26-24 win over Michigan, securing Rutgers first ever Big Ten victory with a blocked field goal. In the second ever meeting between the two schools, Turay is eager to equal his impact.
After back-to-back blowout losses, head coach Kyle Flood leads Rutgers into Ann Arbor looking to get the Knights back on track against No. 16 Michigan as hopes of bowl eligibility continue to slim in the season’s second half.
Junior midfielder Alyssa Bull started all 18 games in 2015, finishing with tied for the team lead in assists (5) to compliment her four goals.
Sophomore Anthony Ashnault leads the Knights into their second Big Ten season.
Head coach Scott Goodale believes his team is on the rise and has high hopes for his program. Pleased with the No. 18 preseason ranking given to his team, the ninth-year head coach is working to build a top-10 program.
Junior running back Corey Clement ran for 949 yards at an average of 6.5 yards per carry for Wisconsin in 2014. Clement is listed as questionable for Saturday's game in Madison, after being sidelined for most of the 2015 season with a groin injury.
With two of the top playmakers in the country entering Piscataway in JT Barrett and Ezekiel Elliott, Rutgers simplifies its defensive approach to slow the Buckeyes.
Sophomore Trent Brinkofski said the Princeton Invitational could be crucial for the confidence of Rutgers as the team hits the second half of the cross country season. Brinkofski won the Big Ten Cross Country Athlete of the Week on Wednesday.
Junior Steve Longa, middle, waited five long years before being reunited with his father, Etienne, who left their native Cameroon to make a better life for his family.
Following his reinstatement to the program, senior wide receiver Leonte Carroo could provide a powerful spark for Rutgers in the passing game on Saturday night against No. 4 Michigan State. Carroo hasn’t played for the Knights since Sept. 12 against Washington State, but could provide a boost on offense against an aggressive Spartans defense.
Michigan State backpedals into its primetime matchup at Rutgers, but the No. 4 Spartans still stand too tall of a task for the Knights.
Senior Racquel Zurick registered a career day at the Johnie Imes Invitational with a one under par, 71 in the third round.
Rutgers placed second behind Gabrielle Sacheli's leading performance. The senior finished in 38th place for the Knights.