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COLLEGE PARK, Md. — All season long, a lack of strong starts to games has been the Rutgers men's soccer team's Achilles heel. But from the opening whistle Saturday against No. 9 seed Wisconsin in the Big Ten Tournament play-in game at Maryland’s Ludwig Field, the No. 8 seed Scarlet Knights clamped their foot hard on the gas pedal and did not let up until the game was well out of reach for an emphatic 5-2 result.
Senior midfielder Nathan Bruccoleri dribbles from a Wisconsin defender during Saturday's game against the Badgers. Bruccoleri had a goal and an assist to help Rutgers to a five-goal rout and advance to the Big Ten Tournament quarterfinals.
Junior defender Thomas O'Rourke fights for a loose ball during the first half of Rutgers' 5-2 victory over Wisconsin on Saturday at Ludwig Field. O'Rourke scored his first goal of the season for the Knights to give his side the 1-0 lead in the 19th minute of the game.
Senior midfielder Nate Bruccoleri and the Knights travel to College Park, Maryland, to face Wisconsin in the play-in game in the Big Ten Conference Tournament this Saturday. Rutgers must win to keep its season alive.
Sophomore goalkeeper David Greczek and the Knights’ defense must avoid falling behind early in games if they are to advance far in the conference tournament.
Heart, passion and desire. These are the three qualities head coach Dan Donigan has stressed to the Rutgers men’s soccer team throughout the entire season.
The plan was simple.From the forefront of the 2014 season, the Rutgers women’s soccer team had aspirations to take the Big Ten by storm and seize the prestigious women’s soccer conference crown without hesitation.
Maryland midfielder Mael Corboz, a former Knight, slide tackles sophomore midfielder Erik Sa on Wednesday night at Yurcak Field. Corboz, who transferred last season from Rutgers, scored the Terrapins’ first goal in the fifth minute in Maryland’s 3-2 win. Sa said it was emotional playing against his ex-teammate.
Senior midfielder Nate Bruccoleri dribbles the ball. Rutgers’ loss was the last home game of Bruccoleri’s collegiate career.
It could not have started any worse for the Rutgers men’s soccer team.
The No. 23 Rutgers women’s soccer team got the ball rolling on its hottest stretch of the season earlier in the year on Sept. 28 with a 1-0 win at Iowa.
Senior forward Amy Pietrangelo and the Knights’ attack outshot Iowa, 16-9, but could not finish any of its opportunities, losing 1-0 to the Hawkeyes.
He was the captain. The playmaker — the guy the Rutgers men’s soccer team had built its program around the last two seasons.
Upon arrival to the Vander Zee Family Field, there was not a single person to be found.
Junior midfielder Mael Corboz returns to New Jersey as a member of the Terrapins after spending his first two seasons with the Knights, where he served as a team captain his sophomore year. Corboz has seven goals this year.
Senior midfielder Cassie Inacio discussed the advantages of facing a prior opponent in Iowa. She said the Knights ride extra confidence entering the match.
Entering his final home game for the Rutgers men’s soccer team Wednesday night at Yurcak Field, senior midfielder Nate Bruccoleri still has one memory that trumps the rest.
When Madison Tiernan entered the Rutgers women’s soccer program last fall for her freshman campaign, she made a lasting first impression.
Senior midfielder Nate Bruccoleri has started 65 of the Knights’ 72 games during his four-year career, which includes a career-high two goals during his freshman season.
Sophomore midfielder Madison Tiernan has not experienced a sophomore slump after finishing third in points in her rookie year. Tiernan is tied for first on the Knights in goals and points during her second year.