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The schedule for the Rutgers men’s soccer team so far featured primarily out-of-conference games with only two Big East contests.All that changes this weekend, when the Scarlet Knights shift into the latter half of their schedule, which consists of seven conference games in a row. First up is a visit to Yurcak Field on Sunday by Cincinnati.
If the season ended today, the Rutgers women’s soccer team would look at a lost year. With only one point in their past four games and three consecutive losses, the Scarlet Knights stand in seventh place in the Big East National Division, two spots below the cut to qualify for a conference postseason berth.
Freshman forward JP Correa is second on the Knights with four goals this season but leads the squad with three assists. Correa started all but one game for second-year head coach Dan Donigan this season, and is third in shots taken with 20.
Sophomore forward Jonelle Filigno, who leads the Knights with six goals, is doubtful for tonight’s matchup with DePaul. The Mississauga, Canada native missed the team’s past five matches.
Senior defender Julie Lancos admitted to not feeling added pressure if Filigno cannot play. Lancos and the rest of the defense allowed eight goals since Filigno’s injury on Sept. 16 against Villanova.
Before Tuesday night, two things never happened to Maryland. No opponent forced the second-ranked Terrapins to overtime on their home field, and they had yet to drop a decision in 2011. The Rutgers men’s soccer team broke the first streak, as it entered overtime period tied at 1 with the Terps at Ludwig Field.
Senior forward Sam Archer scored Tuesday at Maryland, but it was not enough to overcome the pair of goals off corner kicks goalie Kevin McMullen allowed.
The first time senior midfielder Ashley Medcalf spoke to Rutgers head women’s soccer coach Glenn Crooks, she had no idea what — let alone where — Rutgers was.
The Rutgers men’s soccer team forced overtime in College Park, Md., last night against No. 3 Maryland, but a goal seven minutes into extra time ended the Scarlet Knights’ nonconference schedule with a 2-1 loss. The Terrapins tested junior goalkeeper Kevin?McMullen all night, and he stopped every shot except for a pair of John Stertzer headers.
Senior midfielder Ashley Medcalf scored her first goal of the season last weekend in the Knights’ 2-1 loss to Syracuse. The Waipahu, Hawaii native has four career goals.
A trend continues to come to life for the Rutgers men’s soccer team. If its opponent scores early and scores first, the Scarlet Knights are unable to climb out of their hole for a win. The pattern continued Saturday, when the Knights dropped a 2-0 decision to Marquette in Milwaukee for their first Big East loss.
The Rutgers men’s soccer team will be without two key contributors tonight, when it plays third-ranked Maryland in College Park, Md. Second-leading scorer JP?Correa, above, is suspended for penalties, and junior defender Joe Setchell has an unspecified injury.
After Syracuse’s Cecilia Borgstrom tapped a deflected cross by Tina Romagnuolo past Rutgers women’s soccer goalkeeper Emmy Simpkins in double-overtime yesterday at Yurcak Field, the entire Scarlet Knights sideline stood staring in disbelief. The goal gave the Orange a 2-1 victory, the Knights their third consecutive defeat and shifted head coach Glenn Crooks’ focus from attaining a Big East Championship berth to simply fixing his sputtering team.
Junior goalkeeper Emmy Simpkins made six saves for the Knights yesterday at Yurcak Field, but it was not enough, as Syracuse’s Cecilia Borgstrom scored the decisive goal in double overtime.
After a disappointing draw against non-conference Adelphi on Tuesday after two overtime periods, the Rutgers men’s soccer team heads out on the road for its second Big East matchup of the year. It does so against Marquette, the same team that handed the Scarlet Knights their first of eight conference losses last season.
When the Rutgers women’s soccer team takes Yurcak Field tonight to face St. John’s, it will likely mark the team’s fourth consecutive game without sophomore forward Jonelle Filigno. Though the Scarlet Knights would like to have their leading scorer in the lineup –– Filigno scored six goals this season –– head coach Glenn Crooks is not dwelling on the prospect of life without his star forward.
Sophomore Kene Eze tallied a hat trick against Adelphi?Tuesday, but the Scarlet Knights only earned a 3-3 tie at Yurcak Field. Rutgers matches up with a Marquette team that kickstarted its eight-game losing streak last season in the conference.
Rutgers head men’s soccer coach Dan Donigan told his team all season that the Scarlet Knights’ out-of-conference games were meant to be tests for conference play. At Yurcak Field last night, Adelphi gave the Knights a test they will not forget soon as the third meeting between the teams turned into a back-and-forth battle that ended in a 3-3 tie after the first two overtime periods of the year for Rutgers.