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For the past two weeks, it almost seemed as if the Rutgers women’s basketball team momentarily lost its identity.The Scarlet Knights were thrashed on the road at Ohio State. They returned home only to be torched by a No. 20 Iowa team that shot the lights out of the RAC.
Sophomore guard Tyler Scaife scans the floor for an open teammate cutting to the basket in the first half Tuesday night at the RAC. Scaife dazzled with 20 points, tying Laney for the game-high mark and boosting Rutgers to its first win of the new year.
Senior wing Betnijah Laney goes up strong with her left hand for a layup in the first half Tuesday night against Michigan. In 39 minutes of action, Laney turned in one of her most complete performances for her 11th double-double of the season with 20 points, 10 rebounds, seven assists and five steals.
When she arrived to the media room after Sunday's game, C. Vivian Stringer was brutally honest about where her team stands.“We’re not good enough right now,” she said. “It’s as simple as that.”
Senior wing Betnijah Laney posted nine points and 13 rebounds in a losing effort to No. 20 Iowa on Sunday afternoon at the RAC. Following the second consecutive defeat in conference play, Laney expressed confidence in Rutgers’ ability to regroup before its next game on Wednesday at home against Michigan.
Kadeem Jack wasn't going to allow himself to let down the Rutgers men's basketball team again.Before the Scarlet Knights' Big Ten season began Tuesday, the senior forward messed up. He was late to the team's breakfast. And because of it, he was out of the starting lineup and played only 18 minutes in Rutgers' 51-47 home loss to Northwestern.
Senior forward Kadeem Jack fights his way to the basket Saturday night at the RAC. Jack's assertive play resulting in 12 points and 11 rebounds helped Rutgers hold off Penn State, 50-46.
Junior guard Bishop Daniels drives into the lane. Daniels finished with eight points, four rebounds, two blocks and a steal in the Knights' first Big Ten win.
Entering the Rutgers men’s basketball team’s first-ever game in the renowned Big Ten conference, a strong first impression was ideal.But as they prepared to host Northwestern at the Louis Brown Athletic Center on Tuesday, the Scarlet Knights began without one of their top scorers.
Senior forward Kadeem Jack struggles in the post against Northwestern guard JerShon Cobb on Tuesday at the RAC. Jack finished with a season-low two points on 0-for-8 shooting from the field.
Junior center Greg Lewis defends Northwestern center Alex Olah. Lewis and freshman center Shaquille Doorson helped limit Olah to just two points on 0-for-3 shooting — all from beyond the arc.
This was the Rutgers men's basketball team's chance to make an impression in the Big Ten — to build on an 8-5 non-conference slate in spite of inconsistencies and a few ugly losses.The Scarlet Knights are unlikely to play a more winnable conference game this season than they did in their opener Tuesday against Northwestern, but Rutgers let it slip away, 51-47.For 10 minutes and 15 seconds of the second half at the Louis Brown Athletic Center, the Knights (8-6, 0-1) held the Wildcats (10-4, 1-0) scoreless.
Sophomore wing Junior Etou struggles in the post against Northwestern's interior defense. Rutgers shot just 30 percent from the field as a team.
Senior guard Myles Mack drives to the basket Tuesday at the RAC. Mack's team-high 15 points were not enough in Rutgers' 51-47 loss to Northwestern, which limited all other Knights to single figures.
The score and the opponent were different, but the feeling was identical.In fact, according to head coach C.
Sophomore guard Tyler Scaife cuts through a swarm of Tennessee defenders and draws the foul on a layup for a three-point play. Despite a game-high 22 points Sunday at the RAC, Scaife didn’t record a field goal in the game's final 10:31.
Junior center Rachel Hollivay fights for a putback in the first half against Tennessee. Hollivay collected 10 rebounds and three blocks, but she struggled from the field and the free throw line with just three points.