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Trying to capitalize on last weekend’s win and draw, the Rutgers men’s soccer team faced off against a Big Ten rival in the conference opener.The Scarlet Knights (1-3-1, 0-1-0) couldn’t keep themselves out of the loss column this week, when they played against No. 13 Michigan State (5-0-0, 1-0-0) on Friday night at Yurcack Field.
"You just have to learn from the film and come back to work tomorrow," Dorian Miller said. "I know the guys will be ready to do that.
This past weekend, the Rutgers volleyball team extended its losing streak to five matches, struggling to overtake any of the three teams from the UMKC Kangaroo Klassic held in Kansas City, Missouri.The Scarlet Knights had two matches on Friday, falling to Northern Iowa and later UMKC in straight-set victories for the opposing teams.
On my way to the game, I trailed a car with both "Rutgers Mom" and "Howard Mom" stickers on the back.Seeing Howard's name before a fixture that had many similarities to last year's game against Howard — in both matchup and timing — seemed like a premonition. An interception and 71-yard return by Brody Hoying of Eastern Michigan sealed whatever signal that was with two and a half minutes to go in the fourth quarter.By that point, the Rutgers football team would have welcomed an outcome like that of last season.In what could possibly go down as one of the worst losses since head coach Chris Ash took over last year, the Scarlet Knights were silenced by Eastern Michigan to the tune of 16-13."Disappointed in the outcome of the game," head coach Chris Ash said.
feStock UpThese players performed well and improved their stockHB Robert MartinWith the emergence of Gus Edwards, Martin had to transition into a backup role.
The Rutgers football team chipped away at its year-to-year deficit in the Washington fixture last week, scraping off 19 points from the 2016 season opener.To begin 2017, the team fended off the Huskies for much of the first half only for the visitors at High Point Solutions Stadium to take control and put the the home side behind.The scoreline came to a halt at 30-14 in favor of Washington.
Coming off a successful weekend that included both a win and tie on the road, the Rutgers men’s soccer team looks to carry that momentum into this weekend.Friday night at 7 p.m., the Scarlet Knights (1-2-1) will play in their Big Ten opener at Yurcack Field, where they will face No. 13 Michigan State (4-0-0). This game will be the first of three straight Big Ten conference games for the Knights.Last weekend, the Knights flew out to Tulsa, Oklahoma, where they faced off again Oral Roberts on Friday night.
After starting off very strong with 2 top three finishes in 2016 and falling to last place in the final three tournaments, Rutgers Women's Golf looks to start off strong at the Rutgers Invitational this upcoming Friday and Saturday.Co-Captained by Senior Emily Mills and redshirt Junior Ashleigh Greenham.
The Rutgers men’s golf team is set to kick off the 2017-2018 season as they head to Madison, Wisconsin this Sunday to begin their first of five tournaments this fall, the Badger Invitational.