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Tyler Scaife’s star continues to rise. Wednesday night the junior point guard dropped 27 points while shooting 78.5 percent and the Rutgers women’s basketball team expanded Illinois’ winless streak in the Big Ten and on the road, handling the Illini (7-9, 0-5) 67-54 for the Scarlet Knights eighth-straight win at the Louis Brown Athletic Center.Scaife scored 14 points in the first quarter en route to 10-of-13 shooting for the game but she was not alone on the offensive end.
Senior cneter Rachel Hollivay elevates to finish a putback in the third quarter of Rutgers 67-54 win over Illinois at the RAC Wednesday night. Hollivay posted a double-double with 14 points and 14 rebounds while shutting down the Illini's most potent offensive threat, center Chatrice White.
Junior point guard Tyler Scaife takes flight to finish a beautiful finger roll for two of her 27 points in Rutgers 67-54 win over Illinois at the Louis Brown Athletic Center Wednesday night. Scaife is averaging 23.7 points per contest over her last three games.
Sitting in his seat on the podium in the interview room of the Rutgers Athletic Center, head coach Eddie Jordan pointed out the lack of effort that led to the Rutgers men’s basketball team's worst home loss since 1961.Jordan had planned a day off for his team following its matchup with Nebraska, but after the 90-56 drubbing, the third-year head coach made his players report to practice to “reiterate to them what effort and harmony is.”The message appeared to be heard loud and clear in the early going of the Scarlet Knights’ meeting with Ohio State on Wednesday evening.
Both of these men's basketball teams enter this Big Ten matchup on the heels of blowout losses, but the overall state of each program remains worlds apart.After suffering its worst home loss since 1961, Rutgers heads to Ohio State seeking improvement in Wednesday evening's conference road game at Value City Arena in Columbus, Ohio.In the 6:30 p.m.
After losing by 25 points to No. 3 Maryland on Wednesday, the Rutgers men’s basketball team’s Saturday evening meeting with Nebraska was a chance to recover from the blowout by earning its first Big Ten conference win of the season.Things didn’t exactly go according to plan.On an otherwise positive day for the Scarlet Knights — the 1976 team that reached the Final Four with head coach Eddie Jordan as its start was honored and, according to Rivals.com’s Stacey Davis, the Knights reportedly secured their first commit from the class of 2016, which Jordan confirmed in his post-game press conference — a 90-56 loss to a Nebraska team that shared an 0-3 start to conference play with its hosts put a dark cloud over the team.A 25-point loss to a Final Four candidate after being down by as much as 42 isn’t exactly a positive, but it was understandable given the talent at the disposal of Mark Turgeon and the Terrapins.There’s not as much room for explanation for a 34-point loss at home to a .500 team with a winless conference record.The conference contest against the Cornhuskers (9-8, 1-3) was the most-winnable game in the foreseeable future for Rutgers (6-11, 0-4).The Knights’ next four games include a trip to Columbus to face Ohio State, a pair of home contests with No. 19 Iowa and No. 20 Purdue and finally, a meeting with Michigan in Ann Arbor.The daunting schedule ahead does not instill fear in Jordan.
PISCATAWAY — It all started on a pair of innocent free throws.Just 15 seconds into the game, Shavon Shields sank two shots from the charity stripe to put Nebraska on the board.
The scoreboard at XFinity Center read, “Maryland 46 — 18 Rutgers” when the first 20-minute period between the home Terrapins and the visiting Rutgers men’s basketball team came to a close. But in the 15 minutes he had with his team in the locker room before it returned to finish its meeting with the No. 3 team in the country, head coach Eddie Jordan made sure the score was the last thing on his players’ minds.“At halftime, I mentioned to our team, ‘We’re not concerned about the score, we’re not concerned about individual stats.
After stumbling out of the blocks to start, the Rutgers women's basketball team rebounded to rout visiting Wisconsin, 61-41, at the Rutgers Athletic Center on Thursday night.The Scarlet Knights (11-4, 2-1) hit just one of their first 10 shots to open the contest, but a strong defensive effort led by junior guard Tyler Scaife gave them an opportunity to regroup before pouring it on the Badgers (5-8, 1-2). An 11-0 run to start the third quarter led to 36-point second half points, ultimately fueling a 20-point win.Senior wing Kahleah Copper had a complete game, leading all scorers with 19 points and a game-high 13 rebounds to give Rutgers its seventh consecutive win at the RAC.Copper scored 12 points in the second half in part because of the energy she was gaining from pulling down rebounds, she said.“Getting rebounds and just putbacks, that just gives me easy points,” she said.
Senior wing Kahleah Copper led all scorers with 19 points and all rebounders with 13 boards in Rutgers 61-41 rout of Wisconsin Jan. 7,
Freshman guard KK Sanders drives the lane in her second start at the collegiate level against Wisconsin.
Senior guard Briyona Canty scored 11 points off the bench to help lift the Knights to their seventh consecutive win at the RAC.
Shirita Parker releases a shot from the wing in the third quarter of the Knights 61-41 win over Wisconsin Thursday night. Parker finished with five points and five rebounds.
COLLEGE PARK, MD — The members of the Rutgers men’s basketball team are probably not the biggest fans of playing in the heart of the Baltimore — Washington Metropolitan Area.After getting crushed by 34 points at George Washington on Dec.
COLLEGE PARK, Md. — As Maryland went to the line for a pair of free throws midway through the first half, Rasheed Sulaimon jogged back to the Terrapins’ bench on the opposite side of the court.Grinning ear to ear, the graduate transfer from Duke slapped hands with Terps head coach Mark Turgeon before trotting back over to the rest of his team on the second free throw attempt.No. 3 Maryland’s third Big Ten game of the season might as well have been a preseason exhibition with how it strut around on its home floor at the Xfinity Center, handing the visiting Rutgers men’s basketball team an 88-63 drubbing Wednesday night in College Park.“We were depleted because of injuries — undersized, but our spirit was 100 percent and our competitive nature was 100 percent,” said head coach Eddie Jordan.
The past week for the Rutgers men's basketball team has been one big headache.As if entering hostile territory for Wednesday night's 7 p.m.
As winnable as the game was in the early going against a beatable opponent in Wisconsin, the Rutgers men’s basketball team was unable to keep up over the span of its Big Ten road opener.Despite climbing back into the contest with a 10-3 run to open the first seven minutes of the second half, the Scarlet Knights couldn’t convert as the Badgers ran away down the stretch to avenge last year’s upset in Piscataway, 79-57.Rutgers (6-9, 0-2) dropped its second straight conference matchup, with a Big Ten losing streak dating all the way back to last year increasing to 17 games in a row after the latest casualty.Sophomore guard Mike Williams responded from a woeful 0-for-6 shooting performance earlier in the week where he was scoreless in the Knights’ loss to Indiana, rebounding for a team-high 20 points on a 7-for-11 mark from the field Saturday at the Kohl Center in Madison.But Rutgers had no answer for Wisconsin (9-6, 1-1) and its red-hot shooting.
The last time the Rutgers men's basketball team faced Wisconsin, a number of students on winter break slowly rushed the court after the Badgers had left the floor at the Rutgers Athletic Center to celebrate the biggest upset in school history.
PISCATAWAY — Omari Grier joined the Rutgers men’s basketball team as a graduate transfer from Bradley this season with the reputation of being a sharpshooter.Through the first 12 games of the season, he didn’t live up to the expectations.