Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of The Daily Targum's archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query. You can also try a Basic search
269 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
After finishing a two-game home stand with a loss against James Madison on Saturday, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team remained proud of its play, despite a lagging record. Senior attacker Halley Barnes continues to say that her team’s record does not identify the way the season has gone. “I hate our record and I hate losing more than anything in the world, but I can’t say that I’m disappointed in the team we are this year,” Barnes said.
In the midst of a season that has not favored the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team, history looms around two of its key players as they look to get their season back on track.The Scarlet Knights’ (2-7) senior attackers Halley Barnes and Kim Kolodny are both in reach of 100 career points for Rutgers, closing in on the milestone during their final year with the team.The Knights' 100 career points club features 19 different players during the programs 39-year history, most recently adding Ali Steinberg in 2012.Barnes believes that closing in on 100 points is a reflection of the job she is asked to do as an attacker.
After a dominant performance against Lafayette ended its six game losing streak, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team found itself back on the losing end in the second game of their two game home stand over spring break.The Scarlet Knights (2-7) dropped a tightly-contested match to James Madison (4-5), 16-11, on Saturday in a game featuring a 5-goal breakout performance from the Knights’ freshman attacker Abigail Lee Brooks.Although the game’s final result was not in Rutgers’ favor, Brooks refused to be denied in what was only her second career game with the Knights.Head coach Laura Brand-Sias noted Brooks’ performance reflected the skills she has shown in practice throughout the season, leaving full confidence in her freshman’s ability to produce prior to the game.“She’s really been stepping up in practice and doing really nice things, so we weren’t surprised by her producing,” Brand-Sias said of Brooks.
Rutgers had its losing streak extended to six games in a 16-9 loss to Temple in Philadelphia on Wednesday.
The Rutgers women's lacrosse team's (1-4) next opportunity to snap its four-game losing streak comes against a very high-scoring offense in UConn (3-0) at High Point Solutions Stadium on Saturday.
Getting the season back on track is going to have to wait yet again, as the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team was handed its fourth straight loss by No. 19 Penn (2-1) on Wednesday. The Scarlet Knights (1-4) lost 15-8 against the Quakers, where they continued the trend from previous games by falling into a large deficit in the first half once again. Just like in some of the Knights' other losses, Rutgers was able to hold their own against Penn in the first 10 minutes of the game, only to see the flood gates come crashing open moments later. Senior attacker Iris Williamson, who led the Quakers over the Knights last season with five goals, opened up the scoring in the game, setting off Penn’s seven goal run. Williamson went on to score another in the first half as well as five of her teammates, including Penn’s leading point scorer, senior attacker Nina Corcoran. Rutgers was able to avoid the shutout late in the first half, when sophomore midfielder Paige Paratore scored her second career goal. Things did not get any better for the Knights in the second half as more goals from the Quakers kept pouring in. Williamson and her teammate senior midfielder Lely DeSimone both capped off their hat tricks early on in the second period. For the Knights, their freshman goalkeeper Devon Kearns, who was making her first career start, was finally pulled and replaced by sophomore goalkeeper Bianca Dente after Penn’s eleventh goal. Following Kearn’s replacement, Rutgers was able to spark of a little offense of their own midway through the second half.
The Rutgers women's lacrosse team (1-3) travel to Philadelphia on Wednesday to take on No. 19 Penn (1-1), where they will look to take their first lead in a game since their season opener against Villanova.
The Rutgers women’s lacrosse team (1-3) dropped its third straight in a 13-9 loss to Delaware (4-1) at High Point Solutions Stadium on Saturday.
In the midst of her final year with Rutgers women’s lacrosse team, senior attacker Halley Barnes continues to lead with the same consistency she has shown since day one.
The Rutgers women's lacrosse team (1-2) lost to Johns Hopkins (3-0) in a one-sided, 14-2 affair on an overcast Sunday afternoon at High Point Solutions Stadium.
The Rutgers women's lacrosse team looks to improve to 2-1 on the season in their home opener against No. 15 Johns Hopkins.
The Rutgers women's lacrosse team (1-1) lost to Monmouth (1-1) in a thrilling 12-10 game, making it the second year in a row it fell to the Hawks after being undefeated against their in-state rivals in the first 11 meeting between the sides.
One thing lingers in the minds of the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team heading into its second game of the season — revenge. The Scarlet Knights (1-0) travel to West Long Branch to face the Monmouth Hawks (0-1) on Wednesday, where they look to avenge the loss they suffered in double overtime against them last season.
The Rutgers women's lacrosse team opened its season with a win over former Big East foe Villanova, defeating the Wildcats 14-8.
The Rutgers women's lacrosse team opens its season against the same opponent as last season in Villanova. The Scarlet Knights defeated the Wildcats, 10-8, to open their inaugural season in the Big Ten last February.
The Rutgers women's lacrosse team tackles the 2016 season with ambition despite a lackluster inaugural season in the Big Ten in 2015.
Senior midfielder Lauren Sbrilli weaves her way through Ohio State's defense April 30 at High Point Solutions Stadium. Sbrilli managed one goal and one assist as the Buckeyes bounced Rutgers out of the Big Ten Tournament, 17-7.
Senior goalkeeper Candice Dandridge holds her ground for a save in yesterday’s 17-7 loss to Ohio State in the Big Ten Tournament.
Senior defender Hollie DiMuro recovered four ground balls in Rutgers' 7-6 victory over Michigan on April 26. The mark moves her into second place on the all-time caused turnovers list.
Senior defender Hollie DiMuro sits one caused turnover shy of third all-time in program history behind Robin Erthal with 80.