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The Rutgers tennis team swept Delaware in its home opener on Friday afternoon at the East Brunswick Racquet Club. The Scarlet Knights (1-0) won all six of their singles matches and clinched the doubles point to finish in a stellar 7-0 fashion against the Blue Hens (1-3).
After a successful fall season and a couple weeks on winter break, the Rutgers tennis team is ready to serve up a jam-packed schedule for the spring. The home opener for the Scarlet Knights begins on Friday at 12:30 p.m. where they face Delaware at the East Brunswick Racquet Club.
Continuing its momentum from ITA Regionals, the Rutgers tennis team shined at the Buffalo invitational this past weekend in Buffalo, N.Y. The Scarlet Knights outplayed the hosting Bulls and UConn to close out their fall season with a great amount of confidence heading into the conference season in the spring.
After a strong showing last time out, the Rutgers tennis team is serving up in Buffalo, N.Y. this weekend at the Buffalo Invite from Oct. 26-28.
The Rutgers tennis team pulled off its best performance of the fall season at the ITA Northeast Regional Championships in New Haven, Conn. this past weekend.
After a successful weekend competing at the Navy Invitational, the Rutgers tennis team is heading out to New Haven, Conn. for the ITA Regional Championships from Oct. 11-16. Hosted by Yale, the tournament will act as a qualifier for the winners of singles and doubles to compete at the Oracle ITA National Fall Championships in Surprise, Ariz. next month.
Dozens of international student athletes come to Rutgers for the unique experience to compete in a Division I level sport among some of the best athletes in the world, and work toward an undergraduate degree at a university in the United States.
The Rutgers women’s tennis team has turned over a new chapter in its first fall competition at the Brown Invitational in Providence, R.I.
With lifting heavy weights in the gym and running miles upon miles around the court, the Rutgers tennis team now looks to light it up at the Brown Invitational this weekend in Providence, R.I.
From the competitions and results, there’s not much to be said about student athletes besides the points that they score and the stats of their game. But, it’s the stories that don’t get told that can be somewhat surprising in a world where wins and losses mean everything to a team.
Only four invitationals separate the Rutgers women’s tennis team from its conference season in the spring and it is hungry for some Big Ten wins. With hours spent competing over the summer, both locally and abroad, the Scarlet Knights are back on their home court to finally get their team to the next level.
The Rutgers tennis team ended its season with a two-game home stand against Purdue and Indiana this weekend, which was highlighted by senior Chloe Lee earning a win against the Hoosiers in her final match in a scarlet uniform.
The Rutgers tennis team will play its final two games of the season at home this weekend as it gets set to face Purdue on Friday at the East Brunswick Racquet Club, and Indiana on Sunday at the Rutgers Tennis Complex on Busch campus.
The Rutgers tennis team traveled to Michigan this weekend to face Michigan State and Michigan in an attempt to add more victories to its schedule.
The Rutgers tennis team will be on the road in the Great Lakes State this weekend as it gets set to face Michigan State on Saturday and Michigan on Sunday.
The Rutgers tennis team had a solid home stand last weekend at the East Brunswick Racquet Club against conference opponents Nebraska and Iowa, highlighted by strong individual and team performances by freshmen Maya Jacobs and Isabelle Da Silva and sophomore Jaci Cochrane.
The Rutgers tennis team lost its fourth and fifth consecutive matchups this past weekend, but freshman Maya Jacobs and sophomore Jaci Cochrane put up strong performances after matching up against two nationally ranked schools.
The Rutgers tennis team concluded its fall schedule of the 2017 season with a positive performance at the Buffalo Invitational.
The Rutgers tennis team will compete at a new event this weekend, as it will get ready for the Buffalo Invitational at the State University of New York at Buffalo from Nov. 3 to 5 in New York.
The Rutgers tennis team concluded its participation at the ITA Northeast Regional Championship at the University of Pennsylvania this past weekend.