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The Rutgers men's lacrosse team opened its season with a 19-11 win over St. John's, defeating the Red Storm in the season opener for the second straight season. Redshirt freshman Adam Charalambides led the Scarlet Knights (1-0) with six goals on the day of both his debut and his 20th birthday.
The Rutgers men's lacrosse team begins its second season in the Big Ten with big aspirations despite being predicted to finish last in the conference. The Scarlet Knights open their season against St. John's Friday.
STATE COLLEGE--The Rutgers men’s lacrosse team entered Happy Valley for Sunday’s game with Penn State, needing a victory to keep postseason prospects alive and more importantly according to the players--to demonstrate pride.
A team is often measured by how it fairs in the face of adversity.Bolstered by a preseason All-American and Major League Lacrosse draftee in senior quad-captain Joseph Nardella, the Rutgers men’s lacrosse team will face a daunting task in 2015 as it enters the inaugural season of Big Ten Lacrosse — getting out alive.The Scarlet Knights will have to negotiate a veritable gauntlet of top-tier teams in order to make a return trip to the postseason.Head coach Brian Brecht did not sugarcoat the path that lies before his team in his fourth season at the helm in Piscataway.“It’s an aggressive, competitive schedule,” Brecht said.
When the Rutgers men’s lacrosse team left the field after its loss to Maryland-Baltimore County two weeks ago, the looks on the faces of the players and head coach Brian Brecht told the story. After being handled for a full four quarters in front of a capacity crowd in the first home-opener of Brecht’s career as the head coach of the Scarlet Knights, two emotions were running high in the locker room: anger and embarrassment.
Rutgers head men’s lacrosse coach Brian Brecht saw the Scarlet
Knights’ game against Wagner yesterday as the first real test of
their mental toughness and stamina. The Knights had only one day to
prepare for the Seahawks after returning from the Carrier Dome. The
Knights survived the test, handling Wagner en route to a 9-5
victory. “I did not see any physical sluggishness at all after the