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Due to inclement weather on Wednesday, the Rutgers softball team saw its non-conference game at home against St. Joseph’s University canceled. This weekend, the Scarlet Knights (17-16, 2-2) pick things back up with a three-game home series against Big Ten foe No. 23 Ohio State (21-8, 2-4).
Last weekend, the Rutgers softball team played Penn State in a three-game series for its home opener. It was also the first full Big Ten series the Knights played this season.
Last weekend, the Rutgers softball team traveled to Madison, Wisconsin to take on the Badgers (14-11) in a three-game slate to open up its Big Ten conference schedule.
With spring break in the rearview mirror and tournament season behind us, the Rutgers softball team will finally play its first Big Ten opponent with a three-game road trip against the Wisconsin Badgers this weekend.
Over spring break, the Rutgers softball team played a total of 11 games, going 6-5 and improving its record to 15-14 on the season. The first bevy of games came at the Florida Atlantic Tournament from March 9-11.
Now with a .500 record for the first time all season, the Rutgers softball team will head to Boca Raton, Florida to play in the Florida Atlantic Tournament this weekend.
Last weekend, the Rutgers softball team won 4 out of 5 games at the Pirate Invitational in Hampton, Virginia to improve its season record to .500 at 9-9. The Scarlet Knights’ only loss in the tournament came in extra innings against North Dakota.
Although it is not quite NCAA tournament time yet, the No. 9 seed Rutgers women’s basketball team survived a fourth-quarter surge to fend off No. 8 seed Purdue in the second round of the Big Ten Championships to advance to the quarterfinals, winning the game 62-60.
This weekend, the Rutgers softball team will travel to Hampton, Virginia to play in the Pirate Invitational at Hampton University. There, it will take on three teams in Maryland Eastern Shore, Hampton and North Dakota.
On Thursday, March 1 at noon, the Rutgers women’s basketball team will head to Indianapolis to take on Purdue in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament. The Scarlet Knights are the ninth seed while the Boilermakers are the eighth seed.
Over the weekend, the Rutgers softball team went to Kennesaw, Georgia to compete in the Bailey Memorial Tournament at Kennesaw State to take on Kennesaw State, Florida A&M and Morehead State.
This weekend, the Rutgers softball team (3-6) will travel to Kennesaw, Georgia to play in the Bobbie Bailey Memorial Tournament at Kennesaw State from Friday to Sunday.
The Rutgers women’s basketball team has a chance to win its 20th game of the season this Sunday, playing the final regular-season game on the road at Northwestern.
Last night, Tyler Scaife of the Rutgers women’s basketball team had arguably one of the best games of her career. On Senior Night at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC), in front of a home crowd, the fifth-year senior guard scored a career-high 30 points.
Coming off of last season’s incredibly disappointing 6-24 season, the Rutgers women's basketball team has certainly turned things around this season.
This weekend, the Rutgers softball team traveled south of the border to play in the Puerto Vallarta College Challenge (PVCC) in Mexico. After playing four games, the Scarlet Knights will come home from Mexico having gone 1-3 and are now 3-6 on the season.
After going 2-3 in the Titan Classic at Cal State Fullerton to open up its season, the women of the Rutgers softball team will take a trip to Mexico to play a bevy of games in the Puerto Vallarta College Challenge.
On Wednesday, the Rutgers women’s basketball team will travel to Madison to take on Wisconsin.
The Rutgers women’s softball team started its 2018 campaign off with a series of games at the Titan Classic, a tournament held in Fullerton, California.
The Rutgers women’s basketball's head coach C. Vivian Stringer is just six wins shy of 1,000 career coaching victories in Division I women’s basketball. She currently sits sixth all time in wins after coaching basketball for 47 seasons.