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Like Leonte Carroo, Darius Hamilton didn't imagine his senior year would end up with the defensive tackle out for the season. But as he looks forward to a fifth year of eligibility and a return to Rutgers for 2016, Hamilton hopes his longtime teammate, Carroo, can go out on a high note.
Head coach Kyle Flood expressed that he was happy to be back in the win column after Rutgers defeated Army, 31-21. The Scarlet Knights recorded their first win since Oct. 17 to snap a four-game losing streak.
Junior wide receiver Janarion Grant was involved in all areas of the game for Rutgers against Army. He had a pair of carries, one that came on the fourth play from scrimmage for the Knights' offense, with a long of 29 on a jet sweep.
Owning an undefeated 11-0-1 record at Yurcak Field this season, junior forward Madison Tiernan says the Knights mentality is always to not lose at home.
C. Vivian Stringer wasn't the happiest after Rutgers' 77-49 blowout loss at Seton Hall, but the 21st-year head coach and the Knights have a shot to rebound in their home opener when they take on St. John's at the RAC on Thursday night at 7 p.m.
Senior wing Kahleah Copper scored a team-high 17 points but she could nothing to stop a third quarter onslaught from Seton Hall.
Head coach Kyle Flood has come under fire in his fourth year at the helm for Rutgers. Without a win Saturday, the pressure may mount.
Head coach Kyle Flood’s “1-0” mantra has been repeated all week long despite the team’s troubles, but Rutgers needs to win out to become bowl eligible.
After sitting atop the Big Ten in completion percentage and pass efficiency, sophomore quarterback Chris Laviano has strung together career-worst efforts.
Sophomore goalkeeper Casey Murphy and the Knights look to take it one game at a time as they begin their NCAA Tournament journey.
Senior guard Cynthia Hernandez looks to lead Rutgers from beyond the arc after shooting 42.2% last season. The Knights look to improve from three this season after struggling in 2014.
Senior 165-pounder Anthony Perrotti will face some of the best wrestlers in his weight class Sunday at the Northeast Duals.
Senior wing Kahleah Copper looks to push her game to new heights this year after posting a team-leading 16.3 points per game in her junior season.