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The Scarlet Knights (10-2) enjoyed a game in which they dominated from the start on both ends of the floor and never relented, beating FDU (7-3) 101-35. The 66-point margin of victory was the highest since they beat Duquesne by 75 in 1988, and was the second time in the last four years that they scored 100 or more points, joining their 100-44 win against Davidson in 2014.
The Rutgers guards dominated on Saturday night, leading the Scarlet Knights to a 92-54 win over Fairleigh Dickinson/
The Scarlet Knights (8-3, 0-2) capped off a snowy Saturday with a 92-54 win at home against Fairleigh Dickinson, with Rutgers playing 40 minutes of outstanding basketball to keep the Knights of Fairleigh Dickinson out of contention throughout.
No. 7 Iowa (5-0, 1-0) will be the first team to face Rutgers inside the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) this season, after the lone home match this season was held at High Point Solutions Stadium. Friday night’s match will also be a return to Big Ten matchups for the Knights, who have only faced Maryland so far this season.
Corey Sanders showed up when his team needed him the most, leading the Scarlet Knights to a 73-64 victory.
Very few teams can start out on an 8-0 run against No. 3 Michigan State only to go down 7 points to start versus New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) just two days later, but that is just what the Rutgers men's basketball team did Thursday night.
Fortunately for the Scarlet Knights (7-3, 0-2), they were up against the Highlanders (5-4) and not the Spartans, and they came away from the Rutgers Athletic Center with a 73-64 victory.
After playing increasingly tougher opponents in Florida State, then-No. 12 Minnesota and No. 3 Michigan State, the Rutgers men's basketball team will get a little bit of a reprieve Thursday night.
But coming off of three consecutive losses, the last thing the Scarlet Knights (6-3, 0-2) need is to get complacent against another New Jersey squad like New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), as the Highlanders (5-3) make their way to the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) on Nov. 7.
In-state rival Seton Hall (6-1) will visit the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) on Friday at 2 p.m. to take on the Rutgers women's basketball team for a battle of New Jersey. The Pirates come into the contest having not won a game in the RAC since 1996.
Coming into the season, the Rutgers wrestling team had five ranked wrestlers — sophomore 125-pounder Nick Suriano, fifth-year senior 133-pounder Scott DelVecchio, fifth-year senior 157-pounder Richie Lewis, redshirt junior 174-pounder Jordan Pagano and fifth-year senior 184-pounder Nick Gravina.
Rutgers' upset big against No. 3 Michigan State falls short at the RAC.
Michigan State may not have played its best game, but it was far from leaving its game in East Lansing. And Rutgers still more than held its own.
In a game that was decided well into the second half, the Knights (6-3, 0-2) failed to come away with a victory against the Spartans (8-1, 2-0) Tuesday night at the Rutgers Athletic Center.
Just two days after a blowout loss in its Big Ten opener at No. 12 Minnesota, the Rutgers men's basketball team returns home to the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) to take on No. 3 Michigan State.
The Rutgers swimming and diving team continued its 2017-18 season with a trip to Austin for the Texas Invitational. That was not the only event the team had this weekend, as the Scarlet Knights also traveled to Princeton for the Big Al Open.
Standout fifth-year senior guard Tyler Scaife delivered another dominating performance on Monday night at the Rutgers Athletic Center to lift the Rutgers women's basketball team over Virginia (4-6), 52-43.
Scaife scored 22 points on the night for the Scarlet Knights (8-2), while also adding four rebounds, three blocks, two assists and one steal. She shot 8-17 from the field and was a perfect 5-5 at the free throw line. She also had no turnovers in the entire game.