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For the fifth consecutive week, the Rutgers gymnastics team eclipsed the 194 mark, but on Sunday afternoon against Illinois-Chicago, it wasn’t enough, as the Scarlet Knights (10-7, 1-4) narrowly fell to the Flames (2-10) by a score of 194.275-194.200.
The Rutgers men’s basketball team is heading into the home stretch of its season.After playing 10 of their first 15 conference games away from the friendly confines of the Rutgers Athletic Center, the Scarlet Knights close out their season with a three-game homestand.“No team has been on the road like we have so it’s nice to come home for a few days and practice and shoot on the court you’ve been on all year long,” said head coach Steve Pikiell.
As a young squad with multiple starting freshmen, the Rutgers softball team will go through some growing pains throughout the course of their season.
As a long conference season concluded over the weekend, the Rutgers swimming and diving team returned from the Big Ten Championships this weekend with multiple school records and a historical finish.The Scarlet Knights finished out the four-day tournament Saturday night in West Lafayette, Indiana, finishing in ninth place with a score of 446.
For the eighth time in nine years, the Rutgers baseball team opened up its season at Alex Rodriguez Park to take on No. 17 Miami.
The Rutgers men's basketball team (13-15, 2-13) fell to Northwestern (20-7, 9-5) after a late collapse in Evanston.
On a perfect day for lacrosse, the Rutgers men’s lacrosse team delivered a near perfect performance, taking down Army by a score of 12-10.The Scarlet Knights (2-0) had solid performances from the defense to the midfield, but the shining star on Saturday was junior goalie Max Edelmann.
The Rutgers men's basketball team travels to Evanston to take on Northwestern Saturday.
At the beginning of the season, junior 141-pounder Anthony Ashnault had this to say.“We definitely have the talent to be putting four or five guys on the podium and to be national champs on the board,” he said.After the Rutgers wrestling team put two wrestlers through the gauntlet and onto the national stage as All-Americans last year — himself and then-fifth-year senior 165-pounder Anthony Perrotti — Ashnault held that with the absence of his teammate Perrotti, others would step up.With weeks to go before the NCAA Championships, another All-American may well in fact prop up, but one thing the 2016-2017 season has shown is that the Scarlet Knights have not found another Anthony Perrotti.
With its final home meet, until it hosts the Big Ten Championships, in the books, the Rutgers gymnastics team once again heads to Chicago, Illinois to take on the University of Illinois-Chicago (UIC) for a 2 p.m.
The Rutgers softball team will kick off their season this weekend, but in a different way than they expected to.The Scarlet Knights travel to Athens, Ohio to officially start their 2017 campaign.
With a week to prepare following a 16-8 season opening victory over St. John’s, the Rutgers men’s lacrosse team is set to take on Army in its home opener on Saturday.
After a long and restful offseason that quickly turned into a preseason filled with batting practices, ground balls, base running drills and saw the unveiling of a brand new training facility, the Rutgers baseball team is finally back in action as it gets ready to go on the road for its season opener and take on a familiar foe in No. 18 Miami (Fla.). Just like last season, the Scarlet Knights will open their season under the sun in Miami, Florida for a three game series against the Hurricanes.
Looking to end a six-game losing streak, the Rutgers women’s basketball team took on Purdue at the Rutgers Athletic Center Wednesday night.
Entering last season, the Rutgers men’s lacrosse team was somewhat of an unknown commodity in the college lacrosse scene.
In almost every metric, the Rutgers wrestling team is looking up.Since their initial membership in the Big Ten, the Scarlet Knights have gone from 2-7 to 5-4 to 6-3 in the conference, breaking through national rankings and knocking off a few ranked foes.To boot, the Rutgers Athletic Center has been anything but a fortress for the Knights.
The key to the Rutgers men’s basketball team’s contest against No. 16 Purdue Tuesday night was located precisely where they’ve thrived in for most of the season — inside the paint.But more importantly than scoring in the paint, where they produce a Division I high 62.4 percent of their points, the Scarlet Knights needed to keep the Boilermakers’ towering tandem of Caleb Swanigan and Isaac Haas off the glass on both ends of the floor.And though the Knights are no pushovers on the boards, ranking among the best in the nation in offensive rebounding percentage, they were no match for the top defensive rebounding team in the Big Ten.If Minnesota dominated the Knights inside on Saturday when it outrebounded them by a season-high 6 and outscored them in the paint by 8, Purdue manhandled its visitors.The Boilermakers obliterated Rutgers in the battle of the boards by 17 (45-28) and outscored the Knights by 24 (44-18) inside the painted area, withstanding a blazing first half from deep from Rutgers en route to a comfortable 74-55 win in West Lafayette.“We’ve just going to have to rebound better against a team like that.
As a long season begins to wind down, the Rutgers women’s basketball looks to draw some positives from what has otherwise been a terrible season.
The Rutgers swimming and diving team is getting set for the 2017 Big Ten Championships this week.
Rutgers Athletics is making the move from the swoosh to the stripes.The University’s athletic department officially announced a partnership with adidas on Monday morning, confirming reports released last week.