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With Big Ten foes looming on the schedule, the Rutgers field hockey team had one more shot to impress in what might have been their toughest challenge yet.
On a picture perfect afternoon at Yurcak Field the Rutgers women’s soccer team capped a great weekend for RU Athletics with a 2-0 Big Ten win over Maryland.
In search of some answers to its early season woes, the Rutgers men’s soccer team hopes to see things a little clearer Tuesday night.Coming off their third straight loss second straight shutout, the Scarlet Knights (1-5-1, 0-3-0) will look to bounce back against Canisius (5-1-0, 0-0-0). This will be the first meeting between the Knights and Griffins.Rutgers has been having a hard time scoring so far, this season, scoring eight goals over the first seven games of the season.
Saturday's game against Morgan State offered the Rutgers football team its best opportunity to test its depth and get its young players on the field for their first extended collegiate experience.Without question, the star of the first-year players was quarterback Johnathan Lewis, who set a Rutgers quarterback record with 4 rushing touchdowns while also throwing a touchdown on his first snap of the game."I guess I did good," Lewis said.That is one way of putting it, as he accounted for 3 touchdowns on his first 5 plays of the game.
It was a game of excess for the Rutgers football team.It was also a game of firsts, as scores of Scarlet Knights collected their first career or season touchdowns Saturday afternoon. Rutgers (1-2) picked up its first win of the season against Morgan State (0-3) Saturday in a 65-0 affair at High Point Solutions Stadium.
Seeking some positivity following a loss to Eastern Michigan last week, the Rutgers football team blew out an overmatched Morgan State team to the tune of XX-XX.There was obviously a lot more good than bad in this one, so there will be a higher number of players that raised their stock.Stock UpThese players performed well and improved their stockHBs Robert Martin/Gus Edwards/Raheem BlackshearThe two seniors and true freshman all ran hard on Saturday, combining for XXX rushing yards and X touchdowns.
To put it simply, last week was not pretty.Staying behind or drawn with a Mid-American Conference (MAC) team like Eastern Michigan for virtually the entire game — save six minutes in the third quarter — is not a good or even serviceable look for a team from the Big Ten.As expressed throughout the week time and time again, no team wants to be on the receiving end of an early-season upset, especially if that team has had trouble knocking doubters from within its own fanbase for quite some time.That would be the Rutgers football team.As the Scarlet Knights (0-2) get set for a Saturday afternoon (3:30 p.m.) battle against Morgan State (0-2) at High Point Solutions Stadium, few things remain abundantly clear.Chief among them is the fact that fluke or not, Rutgers needs to get better.
It's easy for the Rutgers football team to constantly replay its 16-13 loss to Eastern Michigan, as it marks one of the worst losses in recent history for the program.
It is difficult to measure a captain's value.There is an old adage that says it is hard to lead off the field if you cannot do it on the field.
Anyone who watched the train wreck that was the Rutgers offense in 2016 noticed a glaring lack of wider receivers.