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The Rutgers Women’s Track and Field team continued its outdoor campaign last weekend with participation in the Tennessee Relays at Tom Black Track at LaPorte Stadium in Knoxville, Tennessee.The Scarlet Knights came out of the meet with five top-5 placements and seven Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) qualifying marks, including a new personal record set by senior Sarah Robbie in the 800-meter relay.Robbie achieved fifth-place overall with an ECAC qualifying time of 2:09.59, besting her previous PR of 2:09.76 set earlier this season at the ECAC Indoor Championships in March.The senior also assisted fellow Knights senior Kaitlyn Bedard, junior Brianna Haspel, and sophomore Jenna Sobieski in the 4x800-meter relay.
The Rutgers football team broke quite a few records last season, none of them positive, and one of them stood out among the others.Then-junior punter Michael Cintron set a Big Ten and Scarlet Knight record for most punt attempts in a season with 95.
The Rutgers men's lacrosse team needed a bounce-back performance on Saturday against Michigan in order to secure its first Big Ten win of the season.The No. 13 Scarlet Knights did that -- and some -- as they took the Wolverines behind the woodshed in a XX-X victory in Ann Arbor.The story of the day was super-freshman Kieran Mullins, who scored a career-high 8 goals and also added an assist for good measure, outscoring the entire Michigan team by himself with X goal to spare.After two straight losses, there were many questions surrounding this Rutgers team -- falling 12 spots in the national rankings after holding the top spot for the first time in school history -- including consistency in faceoffs, getting shots off and clearing the ball efficienctly.Junior Joe Francisco was having everything his way at the "X," going over 86 percent in 22 opportunities.
After being brought back down to earth last weekend after going 5-1 in their last six games, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team has itself an uphill battle this Saturday, as the top ranked team in the nation makes a visit to Piscataway.The Scarlet Knights (7-5, 1-1) will face off against No. 1 Maryland (12-0, 2-0) this Saturday at 7p.m.
Currently on a two-game losing streak and set to play in its fourth consecutive road game, the Rutgers men’s lacrosse team needs something good to happen.That opportunity comes on Saturday, as the No. 13 Scarlet Knights (8-2, 0-1) will visit the historic “Big House” for a Big Ten contest against Michigan (8-2, 0-1).After falling to No. 11 Johns Hopkins last Friday by a score of 12-6, Rutgers has dropped to a middle-of-the-pack team after being ranked No. 1 just two weeks ago.
Bad news comes in twos for the Rutgers football team it seems, as the last week has proved particularly negative for those hoping the Scarlet Knights would escape its rather haunting issues of depth that plagued them from September onward last season.
With the consistent successes since the opening of the 2017 outdoor season, the Rutgers men’s track and field team continue riding in their momentum into both the Tennessee Dogwood Relays held in Knoxville, TN, and the Sam Howell Invitational in Princeton, NJ this upcoming weekend.In this rare occasion, the Scarlet Knights will be split up and competing in two separate meets.