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The Rutgers women’s track and field team will participate in its penultimate meet of the outdoor regular season this weekend at the 123rd running of the historic Penn Relays at Franklin Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.Hosted annually by the University of Pennsylvania since its inception in 1895, the Penn Relays is the oldest and largest track and field meet in the United States.
The Rutgers tennis team finished off its regular season schedule at home this weekend against two Big Ten opponents in Wisconsin and Minnesota.
With just one game left to decide the fate of its season, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team will lay it all out on the line for the final spot in the 2017 Big Ten Tournament.The Scarlet Knights (8-7, 2-3) plays their regular season finale against Johns Hopkins (10-5, 2-3) in Baltimore, Maryland this Thursday night at 6 p.m.
If one were to look at the Rutgers softball schedule, they would notice how all three of its Big Ten wins came in the last game of a series in which it has lost the first two.
If the season ended today, the Rutgers baseball team would be in the Big Ten Tournament as the eight seed.
The Rutgers women’s track and field team saw a productive weekend in split-squad action as it sent student-athletes to participate in the Georgia Tech Invitational in Atlanta, Georgia and the Larry Ellis Invitational hosted by Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey.The Scarlet Knights captured two titles and earned six Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) qualifiers across both meets this past weekend.In Atlanta, Rutgers was yet again led by junior Bria Saunders, who captured the 200-meter crown with an ECAC-qualifying time of 23.55.
With a win helping to solidify its chances at the Big Ten tournament, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team had to face yet another ranked opponent in order to do so.The Scarlet Knights (8-7, 2-3) faced off against No. 17 Northwestern on Saturday morning, but fell to the Wildcats (9-7, 4-1) in what looked to be a solid game, but ultimately turned into a 14-7 blowout loss in Piscataway.The Knights jumped out to an early 3-0 lead and held on to it for quite some time, keeping the Cats scoreless until the 19:15 mark of the first half.
The Metropolitan Championships might have been the peak for the Rutgers men’s track and field team this outdoor season.Although many of the same succeeding athletes made headline performances at either meets this weekend, many other event athletes did not have the same success rate.
Raise your hand if you had Gavin Haggerty as the star of the Rutgers Spring Game -- Okay now put your hand down Ms. Haggerty.