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Head coach Mike O’Neill and the Rutgers women's soccer team will go on the road this weekend for the home stretch of the 2018 regular season. Undefeated in conference play and in sole possession of the conference lead, the newly named No. 21 Scarlet Knights (9-1-4, 5-0-2) can all but secure the top seed in the Big Ten in matches against Ohio State, and the team that is currently right behind them in the standings in Penn State.
Arriving at Yurcak Field following a 2-goal loss to Big Ten opponent Wisconsin, the Rutgers men’s soccer team looked to avenge its recent losing woes against Howard, a non-conference opponent.
The crunch time heroics of sophomore forward Amirah Ali and the Rutgers women’s soccer team has gone from conference shaking anomaly to a somewhat bizarrely routine occurrence at Yurcak Field.
The Rutgers men's soccer team played its fifth Big Ten game of the season against a talented Wisconsin team that upset No. 5 Michigan State the week before. But, the Scarlet Knights (2-8-1, 1-4-0) were dominated, 4-2, by the Badgers (6-4-2, 3-1-0) last Sunday in Madison.
Back home and in the national spotlight, sophomore forward Amirah Ali once again came up big in the biggest of moments. For the seventh straight game, the Rutgers women's soccer team would have to dig into extra time, but this time, it had to dig out another win in a late season thriller against a nationally ranked team.
After its match against Drexel was decided on an own goal, the Rutgers men's soccer team looks to rebound in Madison, Wis. against a familiar Big Ten opponent.
After picking up its first Big Ten win only three days ago against Ohio State, the Rutgers men's soccer team suffered a tight loss on its own turf against Drexel.
With six games left in the regular season, the Rutgers women's soccer team is now officially at the back end of its schedule. Its 2018 campaign comes back home Thursday night after a long and productive road trip that saw flight delays, shutouts and walk offs.
The Rutgers women's soccer team returns home with four more points in the standings after completing its furthest road trip of the season this past weekend.
A change of halves can make all the difference for a team. After Ohio State jumped onto a 2-goal lead heading into the halftime locker rooms, the Rutgers men's soccer team clawed its way back with 2 goals to force the match into overtime.
While Nebraska sits atop the Big Ten, this week will see some other action at the top of the conference. The Rutgers women's soccer team is currently the frontrunner in a three-way tie for second place with Wisconsin and Minnesota, and it will have the chance to create some distance as it travels to the Midwest to face both teams later this week.
After the time of the match was rescheduled for a noon kickoff due to the potential inclement weather at night, the Rutgers men's soccer team had difficulties controlling offensive possessions against Maryland, as the Scarlet Knights (1-6-1, 0-3-0) fell 2-0 to the Terrapins (3-3-2, 2-1-0) at Yurcak Field on Wednesday.
After falling short against No. 5 Michigan State this past weekend, the Rutgers men's soccer team — still searching for its first Big Ten win — will be hosting Maryland on Wednesday, Sept. 26.
The Rutgers women's soccer team got it done away from home on Sunday as sophomore forward Amirah Ali hit her second walk-off shot of the week to defeat Maryland 2-1.
The Rutgers men's soccer team had several chances to take the lead against No. 5 Michigan State on its home field, where the team could have caused the upset and flipped the switch on its season.
Aside from a bus ride to Connecticut back in August, the Rutgers women’s soccer team has had the privilege of playing just about every game this season at Yurcak Field.
After its home match against Marist was canceled Tuesday due to rainy field conditions, Rutgers will travel to East Lansing, Michigan for a tough match against No. 5 Michigan State on Friday, Sept. 21, at the DeMartin Soccer Complex.
The Rutgers women’s soccer team got “one of those moments” as head coach Mike O’Neill put it this past weekend.
It took nearly six overtime periods over the past week, but the Rutgers women's soccer team finally got back in the win column on Sunday.
Following a devastating 2-0 loss at the hands of Michigan in the 2018 Big Ten season opener, the Rutgers men's soccer team takes a breather from conference play and will welcome Marist (1-3-1) on Tuesday night at Yurcak Field.