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It seemed a season of familiarity.Anthony Ashnault led the team out onto the mats in early November as he had done in years past.Ken Theobold and Nicholas Gravina, never too far behind, provided lessons in stability and security.
As with any major event for head coach Scott Goodale and his Rutgers wrestling team, it was all about health.“Getting some really good rest, a couple days off,” he said.
Junior attacker Jules Heningburg has played a big role in his team earning the top spot in this week's Inside Lacrosse media poll. He leads the team in assists (13) and ranks second on the team in goals (14) through eight games.
The Cup is coming home. For the first time since 2005, the Rutgers men’s lacrosse team has beaten Princeton and claimed the Meistrell Cup as its own.
The Rutgers men’s lacrosse team was out for revenge on Friday night and got a whole lot more.The No. 8 Scarlet Knights (6-0) avenged last year’s 15-9 loss to now-No. 14 Stony Brook with a 17-4 thrashing of the Seawolves (5-1).When asked if the team had a revenge mindset after last year’s loss, junior defender Michael Rexrode summed it up about as concise as possible.“Aw heck yea,” he said.This year’s senior class had played Stony Brook three times going into Saturday night’s game and had lost all three.
He emerged from the mat, some weight of expectations off his back if only for the moment he took to take in the scenes.
The quest for a its first series win on the season just got a little tougher as the Rutgers baseball team heads into spring break with a four game series against North Florida starting on Friday at 4 p.m.
The Rutgers softball team has slowly been getting better.After winning no games in their first weekend, they won one game the next weekend and two this past weekend.
After putting up a solid performance against the No. 10 team in the country and then picking up the first overtime win of the season a few days later, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team looks to keep the good times rolling this weekend.The Scarlet Knights (3-3) will face the No. 12 James Madison University Dukes (5-2) this Saturday, March 11, at 1p.m.
The Rutgers swimming and diving team saw the capitalization of their hard work and successful season this week, as the team had Zone Diving championships this week.After moving up a rank and finishing ninth overall in the Big Ten championships a few weeks ago, the Scarlet Knights were represented by three divers, senior Alyssa Black, junior Addison Walkowiak and sophomore Rachel Byrne, to compete over the last few days down in Christiansburg, Virginia.
The magic was there, if only for a second. The Rutgers men’s basketball team, less than 24 hours removed from its first Big Ten Tournament win, was riding the momentum of a monumental victory early on in its second round matchup with Northwestern.Issa Thiam looked like Reggie Miller, living up to his sharpshooter reputation by nailing his first two attempts from three-point range.
With one final meet separating the Rutgers gymnastics team and the Big Ten Championships, it’s time for all hands on deck as the Scarlet Knights (10-11, 1-4) head to Iowa City, Iowa for the Big Five Meet on Saturday at 4 p.m., set to be televised live on the Big Ten Network.After a season-high score of 194.975 last week at Central Michigan, Rutgers finished the regular season on a high note and is ready to go out there and compete, despite the weekly grind that comes with collegiate gymnastics.“It’s championship time, I don’t know that I really need to say too much at all to really get them motivated,” said head coach Lou Levine.
For the second consecutive game, nationally ranked team will step into High Point Solutions Stadium and for the second consecutive game, the Rutgers men’s lacrosse team will look to send the visitors home with a loss.The No. 8 Scarlet Knights (5-0) welcome No. 14 Stony Brook (5-0) to Piscataway on Friday night in what was once supposed to be a rivalry game turned into a Seawolf-dominated series, with Stony Brook having beaten Rutgers every year since the 2013 season, the year the two teams began scheduling each other for annual contests.This year is different, though, as the Knights are at their highest ranking since 2004 and are playing at home, a place they haven’t lost since 2015, winning 11 straight.“I don’t know if it’s so much this place as it is how much pride they have in putting on these white jerseys,” said head coach Brian Brecht.
Key contributions from its role players had a big part in Rutgers defeating Ohio State in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament, its first ever win in the competition.
It took everything they had, every last ounce of energy squeezed out of a team who, for the most part, left it all out on the court all season.Coming off a dramatic win to close the regular season, the Rutgers men’s basketball team had some added momentum heading into the Big Ten Tournament, but the odds of it earning its firs ever win in the competition remained slim.The 14th seeded Scarlet Knights, coming off another last place finish in the regular season, was a heavy underdog to 11th seed Ohio State.
The Rutgers Tennis team hosted Binghamton on Wednesday with the Scarlet Knights (4-5) entering the matchup needing a win against the Bearcats (3-9).The Knights haven’t had a match since Feb.
There still remains two athletes who have not quite concluded their 2017 indoor season yet.Last week, the Rutgers men’s track and field team made some young and impressive moves during the Intercollegiate Association of Amateur Athletes of America (IC4A) Championships in Boston, Massachusetts.
Thanks to some solid pitching backed by a nice all-around offensive performance, the Rutgers baseball team defeated Iona by a score of 12-3 Wednesday afternoon at City Park in New Rochelle, New York.