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Seniors Rashidat Junaid, above, and Myia McCurdy, below, will be honored tonight along with classmate Brittany Ray in their final home game.
Less than 36 hours have passed since Rutgers head coach C. Vivian Stringer sent a small shockwave through the postgame press conference with her comments about the Scarlet Knights' postseason fate.
With senior guard Brittany Ray on the bench for more than 12 minutes in the first half with two fouls, the Rutgers women's basketball team was forced to compensate for offense. The Scarlet Knights looked inside, as 20 of their first 25 points came in the paint.
Head women's basketball coach C. Vivian'Stringer is the only coach to take three schools to the Final Four of the NCAA'Tournament.
Though she scored nine points and grabbed nine rebounds, sophomore forward'Chelsey Lee, left, shot only 4-for-10 from the floor. The Scarlet Knights shot 23-for-64 as a team.
Sophomore guard Khadijah Rushdan understands her coach's frustration as the 15-13 Knights sit on the Tournament bubble.
A crystal ball can not predict where the Rutgers women's basketball team is going to end up this postseason.
After the'Scarlet Knights' 60-52 loss at the hands of No. 18'St. John's yesterday, Rutgers head coach C. Vivian'Stringer said she would not accept a bid to the WNIT if offered.
Make no mistake, the last one hurt.
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 opportunities.
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 Syracuse.
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 team.
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 first half.
If a tree falls in the woods and no one is there to hear it does it make a sound?