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After not much success was to be found during its first home series of the season, the Rutgers softball team takes its act back on the road, looking some better results.The Scarlet Knights (10-27, 1-8) travel to Iowa City to take on Iowa (12-23, 5-6) for three games, Friday through Sunday.
After 34 games on the road, the Rutgers softball team finally returned home, hoping to use this advantage to pick up a series win.
Before hosting their first series of the season, the Rutgers softball team had to take care of one last order of business.
After a weekend series that saw them lose in blowout fashion to a powerhouse, the Rutgers softball team hopes to get back on track with another mid-week nonconference game.The Scarlet Knights (9-24, 1-5) don’t have to travel far for their next matchup, as they take on in-state rival Seton Hall (16-13-1, 3-3) today in South Orange, the last of 34 straight games on the road to open the season.
The Rutgers softball team entered the weekend riding high on just their second winning streak of the season, and hoped that they could get even higher.
With a series against one of the top teams in the country looming on the horizon, the Rutgers softball team made sure it was able to take care of business in a mid-week tune-up.The Scarlet Knights (9-21, 1-2) defeated Hofstra (10-13, 1-2) by a score of 11-5 on Wednesday in Hempstead, New York, winning two straight games for just the second time all season.
So far this season, the Rutgers softball has struggled when it comes to rematches.The Scarlet Knights are 2-6 against opponents that they have already faced, unable to avenge losses that they suffered earlier in the season.
The Rutgers softball team got off to a rough start in conference play, but their early struggles inspired them to finish strong.The Scarlet Knights (8-21, 1-2) dropped two of three to Indiana (16-15, 2-1) in Bloomington on Friday and Saturday, and were outscored 32-4 in their first two games.
After their most successful weekend so far this season, the Rutgers softball team is looking to start off conference play on the right foot.The Scarlet Knights (7-19) travel to Bloomington to take on Indiana (14-14) for their first Big Ten series of the season.
Heading into the final weekend before conference play, one thing that the Rutgers softball team had yet to do was finish an invitational with a winning record.
The Rutgers softball team has slowly been getting better.After winning no games in their first weekend, they won one game the next weekend and two this past weekend.
Heading into the weekend, the Rutgers softball team hoped to improve in multiple areas in which they had struggled in their previous games.
After two weekends of disappointments and missed opportunities, the Rutgers softball team hopes to right the ship in North Carolina this weekend.The Scarlet Knights (1-8) head to the Homewood Suites by Hilton RDU/RTP Invitational today through Sunday in Raleigh, hosted by North Carolina State.
As a young squad with multiple starting freshmen, the Rutgers softball team will go through some growing pains throughout the course of their season.
The Rutgers softball team will kick off their season this weekend, but in a different way than they expected to.The Scarlet Knights travel to Athens, Ohio to officially start their 2017 campaign.
Heading into this past weekend, the Rutgers men’s track and field team knew that they would have to put in a lot of work.“Coach told us that this was going to be a hard week of practice, so we got in a lot of quality workouts any time we could,” said freshman sprinter Nathaniel Gravesande.The Scarlet Knights sent their sprinters to the Spire Indoor Invitational in Geneva, Ohio and everyone else to the David Hemery Valentines Invitational in Boston, Massachusetts, both of which were on Friday and Saturday.
The Rutgers men’s track and field team is still riding on its immense success at last week’s Metropolitan Championships.
After his team’s most complete performance so far this season, Rutgers men’s track and field head coach Mike Mulqueen had nothing other praises to heap on his athletes.
The Rutgers men’s track and field team has spent the last month racking up wins against the competition and showing that they are one of the top-tier teams in the Northeast.
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.