Use the fields below to perform an advanced search of The Daily Targum's archives. This will return articles, images, and multimedia relevant to your query. You can also try a Basic search
449 items found for your search. If no results were found please broaden your search.
With Big Ten Conference play rapidly approaching, the Rutgers tennis team added another impressive win to its resume.In their third straight match against an in-state foe, the Scarlet Knights (4-2) topped Seton Hall, 5-2, on Wednesday in a battle at the East Brunswick Racquet Club.After a dominating 7-0 win over the New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) last week, the Knights maintained the intensity that has proved vital in defeating Seton Hall over the years.
Senior Lindsay Balsamo and her partner, freshman, Chloe Lee were one of two doubles teams to sweep the competition against Seton Hall at East Brunswick Racquet Club on Wednesday.
Lauren ForsmanContributing Writer One match separates the Rutgers tennis team from its first encounter with Big Ten Conference play.
After dropping her first matches of the season in a 7-0 loss at Princeton, junior Mariam Zein rebounded against NJIT last Friday as the Knights returned the favor in a 7-0 shutout over the Highlanders. Rutgers aims for a similar result on Wednesday versus Seton Hall.
Regardless of the fact that NJIT has been struggling this season, the Rutgers women’s tennis team did not take their match against the Highlanders (1-7) lightly on Friday at East Brunswick Racquet Club.With the brutal 7-0 loss to Princeton still fresh in their minds, the Knights (3-2) were focused and resilient.
After suffering her first losses of the season in her singles and doubles matches on Tuesday night in Princeton, junior Mariam Zein looks to bounce back against NJIT.
The Rutgers women’s tennis team will face yet another in-state rival today when they take on NJIT at East Brunswick Racquet Club at 12:30 p.m.The Scarlet Knights (2-2) look to rebound from a tough loss against nationally ranked Princeton (No.
The Rutgers women’s tennis team recorded their second loss Tuesday, dropping their match against Princeton 7-0.The loss put the Scarlet Knights back at .500 in the young season at an even 2-2.The Knights anticipated a challenge going into the match against the No.
Junior Mariam Zein put together the most competitive match for the Knights in their 7-0 defeat to Princeton yesterday, forcing a third set before falling 7-5, 3-6, (10-5).
The Rutgers women’s tennis team has reason to be confident going into their next match against in-state rival Princeton.
Despite Princeton's overall record, junior Gina Li refuses to take the Tigers lightly when the Knights hit the court.
With the fall season complete, the Rutgers tennis team now enters offseason mode as each member prepares for the spring.
Junior’s Mariam Zein (left) and Gina Li (right) both had succesful seasons with the pair making it to the semi-finals at Regionals.
Highlighted by a deep run in doubles action, the Rutgers tennis team demonstrated through the course of five days at the ITA Northeast Regional Tournament that the program is one to be reckoned with.
Junior Gina Li said Regionals will be a tough tournament where the Knights will compete against the best teams and players in the Northeast Region. Li is the only Knight in singles play to earn a seed for Regionals.
The Rutgers tennis team has seen its share of formidable adversaries throughout the fall season.
While the Brown Invitational was seen as a good opportunity to play against quality Division I foes, this past weekend’s tournament at Yale provided the Rutgers tennis team with a way to gear up for the ITA Northeast Regional tournament, which will begin Oct 16.
Junior Mariam Zein said she has been working on cross-court directionals in preparation for Friday’s tournament at Yale.
In the days leading up to Friday, the Rutgers tennis team aims to parlay its strong showing against ASA in its tournament at its second straight Ivy League school invitational at Yale University.
Cunningham said if she had to play another sport, it would be volleyball because she played it all throughout high school.