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Head coach Louis Levine saw his team finish in ninth place at this year’s Big Ten Championships, hosted by the Scarlet Knights, one place better than the team’s 10th-place finish last season.
It has come time that the Rutgers track and field athletes unscrew their indoor spikes and gear up for the outdoor season.The men’s team had concluded their 2016-2017 indoor season last weekend at the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Indoor Championships at College Station, Texas.
For the first time since 2006, the Rutgers gymnastics team hosted a conference championship on Saturday as all ten schools in the Big Ten Conference traveled to Piscataway to take part in the Big Ten Championships at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC). After the Scarlet Knights (10-15, 1-9) placed fifth in the Big Five Qualifiers in Iowa, they were slated for the noon start time on Saturday as the bottom four teams would battle it out.
The Rutgers women’s lacrosse team saw its longest win streak of the season snapped this weekend, as they faced off against the No. 9/8 Penn State Nittany Lions in their first Big Ten match of the season.A red hot Scarlet Knights team (5-4, 0-1) traveled to University Park, Pennsylvania to take on the Nittany Lions (8-1, 1-0) on Saturday, riding a three game win streak, which included taking down No. 12 James Madison University and then defeating Manhattan College at home after the weather ended the game early and the Knights firmly in the lead.The Knights took down JMU 12-9, in Harrisonburg, Virginia for their best win of the season.
Week in and week out, the Rutgers men's lacrosse team has proven that last year's historic season was no fluke.In this week's Inside Lacrosse Media Poll, the Scarlet Knights (8-0) came in at the top spot, ahead of perennial power Notre Dame and fellow Big Ten teams Penn State and Ohio State.While Penn State (11) and Notre Dame (10) both received more first place votes than Rutgers (7), the Knights still found themselves with the top ranking, mainly due to strong wins against No. 8 Army and No. 13 Princeton.Rutgers is in the midst of a seven-day rest period before hitting the road for a contest at Delaware (x-x). That game will conclude the Knights' nonconference slate, and although there stands to be a great chance they finish 9-0, a brutal Big Ten schedule awaits them.As it stands now, every team in the Big Ten is ranked, with Rutgers' schedule starting off with a road test at No. 17 Johns Hopkins on March 31.
Junior infielder Rebecca Hall hit her team-leading seventh home run of the season and had a season-high three hits against Yale.
The Rutgers men’s lacrosse team came in at No. 1 in this week’s Inside Lacrosse Media Poll, being the first Rutgers athletics team to be ranked No. 1 since the men’s soccer team back in 1995. The Scarlet Knights are 8-0 on the season, their best start since 1955.
Heading into the final weekend before conference play, one thing that the Rutgers softball team had yet to do was finish an invitational with a winning record.
The Rutgers swimming and diving team wrapped up its season over spring break, as the team went on the road during the time off for the 2017 NCAA Championships.Rutgers spent four days of spring break, spanning from Wednesday to Saturday, up in Indianapolis, Indiana for the competition.The Scarlet Knights sent divers Alyssa Black, Rachel Byrne, Addison Walkowiak, and swimmers Vera Koprivova and Francesca Stoppa to represent Rutgers at the NCAA’s.
Senior diver Alyssa Black earned an Honorable Mention All-American berth in the final event of her career at the NCAA Championships over the weekend.
It seemed a season of familiarity.Anthony Ashnault led the team out onto the mats in early November as he had done in years past.Ken Theobold and Nicholas Gravina, never too far behind, provided lessons in stability and security.
As with any major event for head coach Scott Goodale and his Rutgers wrestling team, it was all about health.“Getting some really good rest, a couple days off,” he said.
Junior attacker Jules Heningburg has played a big role in his team earning the top spot in this week's Inside Lacrosse media poll. He leads the team in assists (13) and ranks second on the team in goals (14) through eight games.
The Cup is coming home. For the first time since 2005, the Rutgers men’s lacrosse team has beaten Princeton and claimed the Meistrell Cup as its own.
The Rutgers men’s lacrosse team was out for revenge on Friday night and got a whole lot more.The No. 8 Scarlet Knights (6-0) avenged last year’s 15-9 loss to now-No. 14 Stony Brook with a 17-4 thrashing of the Seawolves (5-1).When asked if the team had a revenge mindset after last year’s loss, junior defender Michael Rexrode summed it up about as concise as possible.“Aw heck yea,” he said.This year’s senior class had played Stony Brook three times going into Saturday night’s game and had lost all three.