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This Friday, the Rutgers volleyball team will go head-to-head against Iowa at College Avenue Gym to kick off their first Big Ten game of the conference season.
Before the season started and before training camp came about, one of the more barren groups on the Rutgers football team as a whole was the tight end unit.With Nick Arcidiacano graduating and Matt Flanagan transferring to Pitt after last season, there was room for then-transfer Jerome Washington and then-sophomore Nakia Griffin-Stewart to step up, but it wasn't a sure thing.At least through the first three games, that has happened.It starts with junior Jerome Washington, who transferred to the Scarlet Knights in the summer of 2016 from Miami and who is in his first year of eligibility at Rutgers.
The Rutgers women’s golf team finished in 4th place, with 904 strokes, at the Marilynn Smith/ Sunflower Invitational this past weekend.
The Rutgers men’s golf team wrapped up play in Richmond, Virginia on Tuesday as they completed their second tournament of the fall at the Janney Invitational. As a team, Rutgers finished seventh out of the twelve team field and shot an impressive 4-under-par through the three-round tournament, a much-improved performance from their 25-over-par, thirteenth place finish last week in Madison at the Badger Invitational.
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After a thrilling 2-0 win against Maryland last weekend, the Rutgers women’s soccer team will once again hit the road and travel to the state of Illinois to take on two more Big Ten foes this weekend.
To put it lightly, the Rutgers football team was not very good in Big Ten play a year ago. The Scarlet Knights were 0-9 and were outscored by an average of 30 points per game.They have a chance to put that in the rearview when they open up conference play at Nebraska on Saturday afternoon in Lincoln.Rutgers (1-2) is coming off a 65-0 blowout victory over Morgan State while the Huskers (1-2) were just upset at home by Northern Illinois.Despite the recent results, Nebraska is at the advantage, playing at home in Memorial Stadium, one of the most well-know college football venues in the nation and one that holds 90,000 fans and is always sold out above capacity."It's going to be a tough challenge to go into a hostile environment like it is in Lincoln and has been for so many years," said head coach Chris Ash.The Knights have played in Lincoln before, in a 42-24 defeat back in 2014, their first season in Big Ten.Kyle Bolin has plenty of experience in raucus environments from his days at Louisville and is no stranger to the big stage."First Big Ten game for them, first Big Ten game for us.