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Rutgers head women's soccer coach Glenn Crooks leads the Knights in a home matchup Sunday against No. 5 Boston College. The team is 3-2 since Crooks' Aug. 29 return from suspension.
Sophomore forward Stefanee Pace faces former high school teammate and current Seton Hall goalkeeper Jennifer Pettigrew tonight in South Orange, N.J.
When the No. 24 Rutgers women's soccer team takes the pitch against intrastate rival Seton Hall tonight, sophomore forward Stefanee Pace will be prepared for the Pirates' defense.
Sophomore defender Shannon Woeller returned to the Knights on Friday against Portland after a stint with the Canadian National Team.
Shannon Woeller traveled almost 6,000 miles to join the Rutgers women's soccer team Friday in Portland, Ore., for the Nike Invitational. The sophomore back, whose last appearance for the No. 24 Scarlet Knights came Aug. 20, in a 3-0 blanking of Stony Brook, spent the past three weeks training with the Canadian National Team in Rome.
Junior captain Tricia DiPaolo, top, scored her first career goal Sunday in a 1-0 win over Washington, while sophomore outside back Shannon Woeller returned after time with the Canadian National Team.
Redshirt freshman Jonelle Filigno registered seven shots on goal, including one that found the back of the net, against Bucknell.
Redshirt freshman Jonelle Filigno scored two goals in as many games this weekend, pushing her season total to a team-high three. The former Canadian U-20 Player of the Year missed all of last season with a knee injury suffered in the preseason.
Sophomore goalkeeper Emmy Simpkins posted two clean sheets in a weekend when Rutgers outscored its opponents 5-0.
Back from a gruesome leg injury suffered last season, senior forward Ashley Jones is still yet to record a goal in her first three games.
After serving a two-game suspension to open up the season, head coach Glenn Crooks returned to the sidelines in Sunday's 1-0 loss.
After outscoring its first two opponents 7-1, the Rutgers women's soccer team failed to score on Sunday, despite outshooting Monmouth by over 10 shots.
Fifth-year midfielder Gina DeMaio was forced to log significant minutes Sunday in her first true test after tearing her ACL.
In its first three matches of the 2010 season, the No. 17 Rutgers women's soccer team has seven goals scored by six different players. None, however, were notched by arguably the Scarlet Knights' most dangerous offensive threat.