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It is seldom the objective for history to repeat itself. For the Rutgers field hockey team, this weekend sanctions one such rare instance.Flashing back to their inaugural season in the conference, the Scarlet Knights (6-5, 0-4) captured their first Big Ten win in program history at Bauer Track/Field Hockey Complex when they defeated Ohio State by a final score of 3-2.
The effort put in doesn’t always match the results that come out.The Rutgers field hockey team tastes this dissatisfaction after going 1-1 on a road trip to East Lansing, Michigan, where it took on Big Ten foe Michigan State and non-conference opponent Ohio.
Starting strong and finishing strong is simple — the time in between is the tricky part.The Rutgers field hockey team looks to build positive momentum midway through its season this weekend on a road trip out to East Lansing, Michigan.
Residing between an attacking player barreling down the field and the goal is a team’s line of defense — the goalkeeper.Being called upon in the most critical moments of the game, the Rutgers field hockey team’s Shevaun Hayes served as her team’s anchor on the field since arriving on the Banks in 2013.
Calling the most elite conference in the nation home comes with big responsibilities. In opening up the home schedule of Big Ten play against No.
At the core of any great team is the sheer, unbounded will to win. When the Rutgers field hockey team welcomes two of the nation’s top programs to Bauer Track Complex this weekend, it will have the chance to put this permeating notion to work.
The difference between a fragmented group of individuals and a unified team starts with influential leaders.
Junior midfielder Alyssa Bull, along with fellow captain senior midfielder Ali Stever, lead Rutgers in its second season in the Big Ten.
The best way to handle a missed shot is to get the rebound.The Rutgers field hockey team took up its opportunity to do this over the weekend in Iowa City, Iowa. After facing defeat in their first Big Ten game of the season against No.
The term “rookie” no longer applies. In its sophomore season in the Big Ten, the Rutgers field hockey team looks to correct its past with No.
Senior captain Ali Stever is confident in her team’s capability to rebound from last season’s 3-0 shutout loss to the Hawkeyes.
With 86 percent of Rutgers-New Brunswick’s 40,720 undergraduates calling the garden state home, it would be easy to assume that non-New Jersey natives are a rarity around campus.
It may seem like the finale, but this is only the beginning. Already snatching career firsts and setting career highs just over two weeks into the season, Rutgers field hockey’s Nicole Imbriaco has hit the ground running in her senior year On the Banks.And she is far from finished.
With her two goals, senior forward Nicole Imbriaco added to a Rutgers attack that leads the Big Ten in goals scored per game, scoring four goals per contest.
It was a game for the record books. The Rutgers field hockey team posted a season-high five goals against Villanova Friday afternoon at the Bauer Track and Field Complex, defeating the Wildcats by a final score of 5-2 and advancing to 4-1 this season.
A short-term focus paves the way for long-term results.The Rutgers field hockey team (3-1) looks to inch closer to its ambitions for this season as they take on Villanova (1-3) Friday afternoon at the Bauer Track and Field Complex.
On paper, there was only one game. But really, two were played. The Rutgers field hockey team took on Monmouth Wednesday afternoon, edging the Hawks, 4-2, after a halftime rally completely altered the game play.
Out of four Division I field hockey programs in New Jersey, there’s only room for one at the top.The Rutgers field hockey team looks to prove itself to not just be the only Big Ten program in the Garden State, but the state’s very best when it hosts Monmouth Wednesday afternoon.
After a 70-minute hard-fought battle, it was all left on the field.Despite falling to No. 9 ranked Virginia by a score of 5-4, the Rutgers field hockey team takes its first loss this season with the satisfaction of knowing that they challenged one of the nation’s top teams down to the final seconds of the contest.
This time, it will be different. When half of the Bauer Track/Field Hockey Complex is suddenly overrun with blue and orange on Friday afternoon, the stage will be set for the Rutgers field hockey team to seize retribution.