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Two teams with seasons going in completely opposite directions met at LaValle Stadium in Stony Brook, New York, on Tuesday night.The Rutgers women’s lacrosse team was riding the longest losing streak in program history, dropping eight matches in a row after beginning the season with a 10-7 win over Villanova. It entered as the lone squad losing record in the Big Ten in its inaugural season as a member of the conference.Stony Brook hosted the Scarlet Knights with a perfect 5-0 record and a No.
The Rutgers women’s lacrosse team enters Stony Brook, New York, tonight attempting to change the course of the short but historic match up with the local team.The Scarlet Knights have only faced the Seawolves of Stony Brook once before in one of the most significant matches in program history.Last season’s reception of Stony Brook was the first women’s lacrosse game held at High Point Solutions Stadium ever.
On a balmy March evening, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team was warming up at High Point Solutions Stadium with a mission in mind.The Scarlet Knights were in the midst of a five-game losing streak they were desperate to terminate.
This year marked Rutgers’ first season as a member of the Big Ten conference. Adjusting to the different competition is a challenge faced by every athletic program involved with the school.Luckily for the Rutgers women's lacrosse team, it encounters many familiar faces in its non-conference schedule to prepare for the transition.The Scarlet Knights (1-5) will host Temple (6-1) on Wednesday at High Point Solutions Stadium.
It was the best of halves, it was the worst of halves.The Rutgers women’s lacrosse team suffered their second consecutive double-digit loss in a 18-7 thrashing against Connecticut on Saturday at the George J.
They say revenge is a dish best served cold.The Rutgers women’s lacrosse team (1-4) will look to serve that vengeance on Saturday against former Big East rival UConn (3-3).When these two teams met last time, it snowballed into a down-to-the-wire match.The Scarlet Knights took a 7-3 lead into the locker room, but
with 30 seconds left in regulation, they trailed the Huskies 11-10.
After letting multiple leads slip away during poor second halves, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team intended to polish up its play for a more complete performance.But in this one, the Scarlet Knights couldn’t manage to start off on the right foot.The Knights (1-4) suffered a 17-7 drubbing at the hands of No.
The challenges continue to mount for the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team.Despite their return to High Point Solutions Stadium for Wednesday afternoon, facing off against another top-20 team in No.
Sometimes there are deficits that cannot be overcome and holes that cannot be dug out.The Rutgers women’s lacrosse team suffered its third consecutive loss at the hands of No. 19 Delaware on Saturday, 12-7.
The Rutgers women’s lacrosse team will look to end its two game skid this Saturday when it makes the trip down to their neighboring state to the south to face Delaware.The Scarlet Knights are coming off of a heartbreaking double-overtime loss to Monmouth.
It was a battle to the end.The Rutgers women’s lacrosse team was defeated by Monmouth 13-12 last night in a double-overtime thriller, ending their perfect record against the Hawks.The Scarlet Knights are now 12-1 against their Garden State rivals.
When things don't go according to plan, the only viable option is to leave the past behind and push forward.After suffering its first defeat against a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) opposition at the hands of Fairfield last Saturday, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team looks to move forward The Scarlet Knights will aim to do just that when they host in-state foe Monmouth Wednesday at 4 p.m.
All good things must come to an end.The Rutgers’ women’s lacrosse team’s undefeated streak against Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) teams ended on Saturday as the Scarlet Knights suffered their first loss of the young season at the hands of Fairfield.
The Rutgers’ women’s lacrosse team will travel to Fairfield, Connecticut to face the Stags of Fairfield University this Saturday.
The Rutgers’ women’s lacrosse team’s inaugural season as a member of the Big Ten could not have begun in more spectacular fashion.The Scarlet Knights defeated former Big East rival Villanova by a score of 10-7 last Saturday morning.
Paulo Coelho once said “Nothing can replace experience.” The great emperor of Ancient Rome, Julius Caeser, said “Experience is the teacher of all things.” Experience is something that cannot be taught, and it is essential to learning and adapting.
At the beginning of each season, teams from all sports gather together to set goals. They put in exhausting overtime hours in the weight rooms, run endless sprints and listen to the fiery words of their coaches in order to relentlessly prepare for the final stretches of their seasons.The Rutgers women’s track and field team is no different.One of the biggest goals set at the beginning of the season is qualifying as many athletes for the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Championships as possible.
The Rutgers women’s track and field team was unable to defend its title at the Metropolitan Championships this past weekend at the New Balance Track and Field Armory in the Bronx.The Scarlet Knights finished in second place with a total of 154 points, behind St.
The Rutgers women’s indoor track and field team will be competing in the Metropolitan Championships this Thursday and Friday at the Armory in New York City.
When freshman Bria Saunders entered her first practice with the Rutgers women’s track and field team, she was a decorated New Jersey high school track champion of Parsippany High School, winning the 200m in last year’s Meet of Champions.