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Redshirt freshman wide receiver Ahmir Mitchell suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) announced head coach Chris Ash on Tuesday.Mitchell injured his knee during Saturday's practice — in which the Rutgers football team participated in its first scrimmage of the spring — and will undergo surgery.
Following a four-game winning streak, the Rutgers baseball team saw that streak snapped as it was swept by Maryland in its first conference series on the season.
The Rutgers softball team entered the weekend riding high on just their second winning streak of the season, and hoped that they could get even higher.
Junior Libby Groden just keeps getting better and better. The all-arounder continued to impress this season as she scored a 39.050 at her third National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Regionals as a member of the Rutgers gymnastics team.
The Rutgers tennis team rounded out their long stretch away from campus this weekend with visits to two Big Ten opponents in Ohio State and Penn State.
The Rutgers Women’s Track and Field team came up short in its title defense effort at the 52nd annual Colonial Relays at William & Mary’s Zable Stadium in Williamsburg, Virginia.The Scarlet Knights produced 46 team points over the three-day meet, earning them fifth place out of 45 qualifying teams.
Coming into Saturday’s game looking to match its season high three-game win streak, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team had its hands full with the opponent standing in their way of that feat.The Scarlet Knights (7-5, 1-1) fell to No. 7 Cornell (7-1, 3-0) and had their win streak snapped in their third straight game at High Point Solutions Stadium.The game got off to a slow start offensively for both teams, as they were each provided with solid efforts from their defenses.
Mirroring its accomplishments at last year’s Colonial Relays hosted by William and Mary, the Rutgers men’s track and field team returned to Zable Stadium this past weekend and took second place behind Princeton.