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After being brought back down to earth last weekend after going 5-1 in their last six games, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team has itself an uphill battle this Saturday, as the top ranked team in the nation makes a visit to Piscataway.The Scarlet Knights (7-5, 1-1) will face off against No. 1 Maryland (12-0, 2-0) this Saturday at 7p.m.
Currently on a two-game losing streak and set to play in its fourth consecutive road game, the Rutgers men’s lacrosse team needs something good to happen.That opportunity comes on Saturday, as the No. 13 Scarlet Knights (8-2, 0-1) will visit the historic “Big House” for a Big Ten contest against Michigan (8-2, 0-1).After falling to No. 11 Johns Hopkins last Friday by a score of 12-6, Rutgers has dropped to a middle-of-the-pack team after being ranked No. 1 just two weeks ago.
Bad news comes in twos for the Rutgers football team it seems, as the last week has proved particularly negative for those hoping the Scarlet Knights would escape its rather haunting issues of depth that plagued them from September onward last season.
With the consistent successes since the opening of the 2017 outdoor season, the Rutgers men’s track and field team continue riding in their momentum into both the Tennessee Dogwood Relays held in Knoxville, TN, and the Sam Howell Invitational in Princeton, NJ this upcoming weekend.In this rare occasion, the Scarlet Knights will be split up and competing in two separate meets.
The Rutgers tennis team(6-9, 1-5) returns home this weekend after a nearly a month of being on the road.
After getting swept at home by No. 25 Maryland, the Rutgers baseball was hoping to right the ship against a Villanova team that had only won 3 of its first 19 games.
Before hosting their first series of the season, the Rutgers softball team had to take care of one last order of business.
After a lackluster performance against now-No. 25 Maryland, the Rutgers baseball team looks to get back on track with a quick road trip to Villanova in Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania to face the Wildcats.The Scarlet Knights (10-17, 0-3) did not start conference play the way they would have liked, getting swept at the hands of Maryland at Bainton Field over the weekend and leaving a sour taste in their mouths.
The Rutgers Women’s Track and Field team will continue its 2017 outdoor campaign with participation in the Tennessee Relays, hosted by the University of Tennessee at Tom Black Track at LaPorte Stadium in Knoxville, Tennessee.The Scarlet Knights will face 15 different schools, including Big Ten competition from Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio State and notable non-conference competition from Florida State, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia Tech.
After a weekend series that saw them lose in blowout fashion to a powerhouse, the Rutgers softball team hopes to get back on track with another mid-week nonconference game.The Scarlet Knights (9-24, 1-5) don’t have to travel far for their next matchup, as they take on in-state rival Seton Hall (16-13-1, 3-3) today in South Orange, the last of 34 straight games on the road to open the season.