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Sophomore guard Khadijah Rushdan and the Scarlet Knights look to
rebound after their 31-point loss to Syracuse Sunday at the Louis
Brown Athletic Center when No. 18 St. John's comes to town. The
team needs a win to stay over the .500 mark in conference play.
For a quick summary of the Rutgers women's basketball team's
76-45 loss to Syracuse yesterday, look no further than three missed
Turnovers and poor shooting plagued the Rutgers women's
basketball team yesterday in its 76-45 defeat at the hands of
Syracuse. The Knights' postseason hopes remain in limbo.
Senior guard Brittany Ray cited a lack of effort as one of the
reasons the Scarlet Knights lost by 31 points yesterday against
When asked about tonight's game against No. 9 West Virginia
after the Rutgers women's basketball team's latest victory over
Villanova, head coach C. Vivian Stringer said the thought of
playing at Morgantown felt like the return of a toothache.
With five games left in the regular season, the Rutgers women's
basketball team finds itself in a less than familiar position. In a
typical season, the Scarlet Knights would be wondering how high of
a seed they would get for next month's NCAA Tournament.
Freshman center Monique Oliver averages 5.6 points and 3.6
boards in 13.6 minutes per game for the Rutgers women's basketball
Head coach C. Vivian Stringer's squad won three straight games
to make the NCAA'Tournament a more serious possibility.
VILLANOVA, Pa. — Brittany Ray didn't score a single point in the
If a tree falls in the woods and no one is there to hear it does
it make a sound?
C. Vivian Stringer says it often this year — the Rutgers women's
basketball team is not a fast team.
Senior forward Myia McCurdy (24) is traditionally the focal
point of the 55-press and a defensive specialist for the Scarlet
Knights. Rutgers struggled implementing the press early in the
season but saw more success in its past three games.
Sophomore forward Chelsey Lee (34) is relied upon to help
navigate C. Vivian Stringer's patented 55-defense this season.
Stuck on a three game losing skid, a look at the schedule shows
that the Rutgers women's basketball passed through the worst of the
Senior guard Brittany Ray, right, is stuck in the middle of a
3-for-31 shooting slump in her past three games. Ray scored 12
points on 5-for-18 shooting in Rutgers' 59-56 loss against the
Bulls last year.
Down by one entering the second half last night against Prairie
View A&M, history was not on the side of the Rutgers women's
Next stop: Madison Square Garden.
Poor shooting was contagious last night at the Louis Brown
When a team shoots 22 percent from the floor in a basketball
game, chances are a victory is not in the cards.
The Rutgers women's basketball team held Florida to 22 percent
shooting and forced 19 turnovers last night as it knocked off the
Gators 51-38 in the Jimmy V Classic at the Louis Brown Athletic