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For the first time since 2012, the Rutgers women’s track and field took home the team championship at the Metropolitan Outdoor Championships this past weekend at the Bauer Track and Field Complex in Piscataway, New Jersey.The Scarlet Knights earned an impressive nine titles and seven Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) ratings over the weekend, giving them 190 team points overall for first place out of twelve participating schools.
The Rutgers tennis team took on Maryland in College Park this past Saturday. The Scarlet Knights (7-12, 1-8) were looking to get their second Big Ten conference win, for not only this season but also in their brief history as a member of the conference, over the No. 44 Terrapins (14-5, 5-4). They fell short of their goal this weekend, losing the match 6-1.
On an 85 degree Easter Sunday, the Rutgers baseball team looked to take the rubber game of its series against Purdue.
As if the Rutgers men’s track and field team needed a reminder or extra push of motivation after many weeks of weather obstacles and abrupt meet changes, the team reclaimed the Metropolitan Championship crown on their home soil after a disappointing “so close, yet so far” second place loss to Manhattan College in 2016.At the Bauer Track and Field Complex, the Scarlet Knights accomplished more than just broken records and nine title wins; they made a comeback from a “disappointing meet” at the Princeton Invitational last week and won back the team pride at their annual outdoor meet.With their natural touch to their own turf, the Knights went into this meet with a fresh level of intensity and provided the crowd with many exhilarating performances.Two Rutgers athletes, junior javelin thrower Christopher Mirabelli and senior jumper Emeka Eze, broke school records as well this past weekend.Mirabelli ended a javelin record drought of over 20 years, instilled by Christopher Sagnella back in 1996.
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Still coming down from its 28-run barrage against Lafayette earlier in the week, the Rutgers baseball team is set to host Purdue for a three-game weekend series at Bainton Field.
Needing a conference win to increase its chances of being the No. 4 seed in the 2017 Big Ten tournament, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team faced both a familiar, but new opponent on Thursday.The Scarlet Knights (8-6, 2-2) went up to Ann Arbor, and defeated Michigan (5-11, 1-4) in a tight 16-14 game that came down to the last few minutes.
The Rutgers tennis team will play their final regular season road game this season on Saturday in College Park against Maryland.
For the Rutgers men's lacrosse team, there truly is no place like home. The No. 11 Scarlet Knights have won 13 straight at High Point Solutions Stadium, dating back to an upset victory over Ohio State in the 2015 season finale.This season alone, Rutgers (9-2, 11) has beating four teams that were ranked at one point this season, including a win over then-unranked Army West Point, who now sits at No. 6 in the country.On Sunday night in Big Ten Network primetime, the Knights will face their toughest test of the season in No. 3 Maryland.
After not much success was to be found during its first home series of the season, the Rutgers softball team takes its act back on the road, looking some better results.The Scarlet Knights (10-27, 1-8) travel to Iowa City to take on Iowa (12-23, 5-6) for three games, Friday through Sunday.