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For the five seniors on the Rutgers women’s soccer team, the culmination of a career on the Banks comes down to one game. Win and the Scarlet Knights (8-7-2, 3-5-2) find themselves in the Big East Championships. But lose and the Knights’ in-state rival, Seton Hall, takes their playoff spot, sending the seniors home with nothing to show for in their final game at Yurcak Field.
A goal by senior defender Julie Lancos late against Cincinnati gave the Knights a 1-0 victory in overtime.
Rutgers women’s soccer players Amy Pietrangelo and Shannon Woeller will be away from the Banks this weekend as both compete in the Pan American Games for the Canadian National Team. As a result, the duo will not play in the team’s regular-season finale Friday against Seton Hall, a game that determines the Scarlet Knights’ postseason fate.
Freshman forward Amy Pietrangelo notched her first career international goal on Tuesday for the Canadian National Team in a 3-1 victory against Costa Rica.
Rutgers head women’s soccer coach Glenn Crooks knew no matter how the dominos fell around the Big East this weekend, his team needed to win in order to secure a playoff berth. Although the Scarlet Knights (8-7-2, 3-5-2) escaped the weekend with only one victory and three points, the team carries the same focus into its final match of the season Friday against Seton Hall.
Senior defender Julie Lancos kept the Knights alive in conference play with a goal three minutes into overtime against Cincinnati.
With eight points and three games remaining in conference play, the Rutgers women’s soccer team faces an uphill climb in the Big East National Division. The Scarlet Knights (7-6-2, 2-4-2) also face the test of playing two of their final three games on the road, where the squad is 1-4-1 this season. But the Knights’ road record is not a concern for head coach Glenn Crooks as the team heads into its final road weekend of the season.
Freshman forward Stefanie Scholz scored two of the Scarlet Knights’ three goals, with the latest coming last Friday in a 1-0 win against DePaul. The South Hackensack, N.J., native is tied for second on the team with two goals.
After making the first two starts of her career last weekend against DePaul and Notre Dame, junior goalkeeper Jess Janosz also earned her first collegiate distinction.
On paper, junior Rachel Breton does not make a whole lot of noise. But on the field, her play speaks for itself. The transfer joined the Rutgers women’s soccer team as a forward this year after leaving Villanova at the end of the 2009 season to be closer to home.
Junior Jess Janosz, left, posted consecutive shutouts in her first two career starts over the weekend at Yurcak Field.
Junior Rachel Breton played all over the field for head coach Glenn Crooks this season, serving time in the Knights’ attack and most recently as a member of the squad’s defense.
It took 55 games, more than two and a half seasons and countless minutes of game action before junior goalkeeper Jess Janosz earned her shot. When it arrived Friday against DePaul and again yesterday against Notre Dame, the 6-foot netminder knew she was ready.
Goalkeeper Jess Janosz posted two shutouts and rookie Stefanie Scholz scored the game winner against DePaul.
If the season ended today, the Rutgers women’s soccer team would look at a lost year. With only one point in their past four games and three consecutive losses, the Scarlet Knights stand in seventh place in the Big East National Division, two spots below the cut to qualify for a conference postseason berth.
Sophomore forward Jonelle Filigno, who leads the Knights with six goals, is doubtful for tonight’s matchup with DePaul. The Mississauga, Canada native missed the team’s past five matches.
Senior defender Julie Lancos admitted to not feeling added pressure if Filigno cannot play. Lancos and the rest of the defense allowed eight goals since Filigno’s injury on Sept. 16 against Villanova.
The first time senior midfielder Ashley Medcalf spoke to Rutgers head women’s soccer coach Glenn Crooks, she had no idea what — let alone where — Rutgers was.