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Offensive line coach — and now, assistant head coach — AJ Blazek has had quite the offseason.On top of being promoted to the latter position by head coach Chris Ash during the first week of spring practice, Blazek maintains the job of filling three starting positions on the front line and acclimating three early enrollees to Rutgers football in true freshmen Micah Clark, Sam Vretman and Jamaal Beaty.But following Competition Saturday — where the offense and defense got their first competitive on-field action by way of a scrimmage — Blazek contended that that job was doing itself, courtesy of those stepping into their new roles seamlessly.“Our ones are starting to gel a little bit,” Blazek said.
On a cold, rainy night in Baltimore, Maryland, the Rutgers men's lacrosse team ran into one of the hottest players -- and teams in the country.
With a series against one of the top teams in the country looming on the horizon, the Rutgers softball team made sure it was able to take care of business in a mid-week tune-up.The Scarlet Knights (9-21, 1-2) defeated Hofstra (10-13, 1-2) by a score of 11-5 on Wednesday in Hempstead, New York, winning two straight games for just the second time all season.
The Rutgers women’s lacrosse team is red hot as of late, which is perfect timing, as it gets set to face off against a highly-ranked ivy league opponent this weekend.The Scarlet Knights (7-4, 1-1) are facing off against the Cornell Big Red (6-1, 3-0), the No. 10 ranked team in the nation, this Saturday afternoon in their third straight game in Piscataway.
Looking to rebound from it first loss of the season at the hands of Delaware, the Rutgers men’s lacrosse team will head to Baltimore for a Friday night contest against No. 13 Johns Hopkins (5-3) in what will be the Big Ten opener for both teams.
For the third straight year, Junior Libby Groden will represent the Rutgers gymnastics team at the NCAA Regionals in West Virginia this Saturday at 4 p.m.Groden, who will compete in all four events as she has done all year as an all-arounder, will be making the trip to WVU Coliseum without the rest of her teammates.
When Janarion Grant went down at the lip of the endzone against Iowa in September of last season, much of the receiving burden then fell on the shoulders of then-senior Andre Patton and two-sport athlete Jawuan Harris.Harris, a true freshman, soundly stepped up in Grant’s absence, though with opposing coverage favoring him, the options for quarterback Giovanni Rescigno and company stood few and far between.
Ahmir Mitchell (right) suffered a torn ACL in Saturday's practice.
The Rutgers Women’s Track and Field team will continue its 2017 outdoor campaign on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday with a defense of its 2016 team title in the 52nd annual Colonial Relays at Zable Stadium in Williamsburg, Virginia.
The Rutgers tennis team will conclude its circuit of away games this weekend when they visit Ohio State Friday and Penn State Sunday.