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The Rutgers men’s track and field indoor season has gotten off to a great start. They have won at least five events in each meet this season and have produced multiple Intercollegiate Association of Amateur Athletes of America (IC4A) qualifying times.
For the third consecutive week, the Rutgers men’s track and field team walked away from a meet with dominant results.The Scarlet Knights won five events at the Penn 8-Team Select at the Ocean Breeze Track and Field Complex in Staten Island, NY on Saturday.
The Rutgers men’s track and field team’s indoor season officially began last Saturday, and they have quite literally hit the ground running- and jumping.After winning six events at last week’s Rutgers Invitional, they repeated the feat this past Saturday at Harvard University’s Beantown Challenge in Cambridge, Mass.
Rutgers men’s track and field head coach Mike Mulqueen didn’t mince words when asked what his hopes were for the upcoming season.“Our expectations for the indoor season are to be as competitive as possible in the IC4A and Big Ten Conference Championships,” he said.
The Rutgers men’s cross-country team finished their most successful season in years on Saturday with another great all-around performance.The Scarlet Knights finished third out of 19 teams at the Intercollegiate Association of Amateur Athletes of America (IC4A) Championships held at Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx.
For the Rutgers men’s cross-country team, the longest meet of the year was also one of its most impressive and drew the attention of its rivals.The Scarlet Knights finished 10th out of 22 teams at the Mid-Atlantic Region Championship in State College, Pennsylvania, on Friday.
As the season winds down, the Rutgers men’s cross-country team finds itself right back where it started.The Scarlet Knights head to State College, Pennsylvania, to compete in the Mid-Atlantic Championship on Friday, the same spot where they ran in the Spiked Shoe Invitational for their first meet of the year.
Just because a team performs poorly compared to other teams doesn’t mean that they performed poorly overall.
The Rutgers men’s cross-country team heads to Minnesota for the Big Ten Championships.
After finishing second at the Metropolitan Championship last week, the Rutgers men’s cross-country team looked to take a step up in their final tune-up meet before one of the biggest meets of the year.And while the results didn’t look good upon first glance, the team produced an all-around solid performance, with multiple runners recording their fastest times this season.The Scarlet Knights finished sixth at the Princeton Invitational on Saturday in their last meet before the Big Ten Championship.
After three weeks without racing, the Rutgers men’s cross-country team traveled to the Bronx on Friday, hungry for competition.
The Rutgers men's cross country will participate in the Metropolitan Championships this weekend.
After a seventh-place finish at the Spiked Shoe Invitational, the Rutgers men’s cross country team looked to come away with more at the Rider Invitational on Friday.
The Rutgers men’s cross-country team opened its season last week with a bit of success against some of the best programs in the country.
For the Rutgers men's cross-country team, it had been a long off-season with the returning distance team not running a meet since May, or last November if they didn't compete in track and field season. But that didn't stop the team from putting up some impressive times this past Saturday against tough competition.The Scarlet Knights opened their season with a seventh-place finish at the Spiked Shoe Invitational, which was hosted by Penn State University at University Park, Pennsylvania.
After a disappointing showing last week at the Seminole Invitational, the Rutgers men’s track and field team is excited to get back on track this weekend. The Scarlet Knights will compete in two events over the course of the weekend, the Georgia Tech Invitational in Atlanta and the Larry Ellis Invitational in Princeton.
The Rutgers men's track team produced multiple personal and team bests despite a disappointing finish in the standings.
After overcoming rainy and cold conditions en route to its second-place finish at the Metropolitan Championship last weekend, the Rutgers men’s track and field team gets to look forward to better weather this weekend as they head to Tallahassee, Florida, to participate in the Florida State Seminole Invitational.
The Rutgers men’s track and field team fought off the rain to finish second at the Metropolitan Championships at Rutgers on Friday and Saturday, continuing its strong start to the season.
When a team starts a season off well, there’s always pressure to continue the hot streak. Other teams put a target on your back, the pressure to do well rises and succumbing to said pressure might impede your performance.Apparently, no one told the Rutgers men’s track and field team.After a strong start to their outdoor season in Tampa, the Scarlet Knights continued their dominance at the Colonial Relays in Williamsburg, Virginia.