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Two weeks ago, the Rutgers softball team got the season started in California and now two weeks later they’ll be right back in the thick of things in California at the Fresno State Tournament.They’ll face off against two familiar foes from the UCSB tournament in St.
Ryan MoranStaff WriterAfter finishing 11th out of 13 teams at the Big Ten Championships, the Rutgers swimming and diving team sets its sight on the next step in its season.The only thing remaining for the Scarlet Knights is the NCAA Qualification Meet at Princeton March 1.If they qualify, the Knights will have the chance to compete against the best of the best at the NCAA’s on March 19 in Greensboro, North Carolina.However, the narrative is that not many swimmers or divers from Rutgers will qualify.
On the surface, the results didn't appear promising. At the end of the Big Ten Championships this past weekend, the Rutgers swimming and diving team finished in 11th place among a 13-team field.But despite finishing toward the end of the totem pole with their conference foes, the Scarlet Knights left Columbus, Ohio, by etching their names in the record books.
There is no place like home.When senior outfielder Jackie Bates was researching schools to attend after earning her high school diploma the list was neither extensive nor expansive.It did not have a slew of schools strewn out across the country---in fact she composed a list of just one.“When I was being recruited I didn’t look at many colleges far away or many to begin with,” senior outfielder Jackie Bates said.
Three years ago, senior pitcher Alyssa Landrith arrived “On the Banks of the Raritan” to start her collegiate career from sunny California.
It’s here. It’s finally here. The Big Ten Swimming and Diving Championship meet kicks off on Wednesday at Ohio State University and the Scarlet Knights hope that the months of preparation put them in the thick of things.Since the season ended last year, the first and only year in the American Athletic Conference for Rutgers, head coach Phil Spiniello has had the team training rigorously to get them ready for their first Big Ten Championship meet.“I can’t wait,” head coach Phil Spiniello said.
Rutgers capped off the UCSB Tournament falling below .500 to 2-3 on the year, thanks to a beating at the hands of the undefeated Pittsburgh Panthers (10-0), 8-2.Panther Savannah King improved to 6-0 on the year throwing seven innings, and only sacrificing two runs on eight hits.
Spring doesn't officially begin for another 35 days, but the college softball season is right around the corner.The Rutgers softball team embarks on its 2015 campaign with a five-game weekend consisting of back-to-back days of double headers and one game on Sunday.
It is a hard pill to swallow for most students when they have to leave college and go get a job in the real world.
With emotions running high on Senior Day in the last regular season meet, feelings translated into a dominating performance on Saturday at the Rutgers Aquatic Center.The Rutgers swimming and diving team dominated Georgetown and Providence, defeating the Hoyas and Friars by scores of 181.50-94.50 195-78, respectively.“I was really happy with how we did Saturday.
As the season comes to a close and the Big Ten Championship meet approaches, the pressure would normally be on.But for the Rutgers swimming and diving team, their season long training has prepared them for this moment.
There are many elements that are important in a swimmer’s skillset, but none may be more important than their turns in a race.
Morgan Pfaff came to Rutgers 2 1/2 years ago as an outgoing individual and has remained just that.
A loss can bring a team down and cause it to struggle, but after the loss to then-No. 17 Penn State, the Rutgers swimming and diving team remained focused and earned a victory at New Hampshire on Saturday in its final road dual meet of the season.
Coming off a blowout loss to a No. 17 Penn State, the Rutgers swimming and diving team looks to get back on track with its second-to-last meet of the season against New Hampshire.
If students heard they were going to Puerto Rico for two weeks during their winter break, odds are most of them would happily accept.
While students and faculty were on winter break, the Rutgers swimming and diving team was not on break.
Going into the 2014 season, the Rutgers field hockey team’s main goal was to compete in its inaugural season among the best in the Big Ten.
Saturday came and went but the Rutgers swimming and diving team came away with a dominant victory over Boston University, winning by an 83-point margin, 191-108.
The Rutgers swimming and diving team travels to Yale this weekend to take on Boston University.