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Head coach Brian Brecht took responsibility for the Scarlet Knights dropping their first game of the season as the No. 1 team in the nation. They are back in action Friday at Johns Hopkins.
The bats have awoken. The Rutgers baseball team snapped a five-game losing streak this weekend with a three game sweep of USC Upstate in South Carolina.
The Rutgers softball team got off to a rough start in conference play, but their early struggles inspired them to finish strong.The Scarlet Knights (8-21, 1-2) dropped two of three to Indiana (16-15, 2-1) in Bloomington on Friday and Saturday, and were outscored 32-4 in their first two games.
In another dominating performance this season, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team beat down on Ohio State and made it three straight victories against the visiting squad.The Scarlet Knights (6-4, 1-1) took on the Buckeyes (6-6, 0-2) at High Solutions Stadium last Friday, starting off a four-game home stand with a big win over their conference rival.The Knights have now beaten Ohio State three straight times, dating back to two overtimes wins, including a tough one in the first round of the 2016 Big Ten tournament.Although Rutgers won the initial draw control of the game, Ohio State struck first with the first goal just 2:17 into the game.“It starts from the draw, really fighting for draw control, which is such an important aspect of our game,” said head coach Laura Brand-Sias.
NEWARK, Del. -- It was a perfect day for lacrosse. But the Rutgers men's lacrosse team had anything but that.A lacrosse game is four quarters long, so when the No. 1 Scarlet Knights (8-1) only put together one good period, they set themselves up for a disappointing 13-9 at the hands of unranked Delaware (7-3).After senior midfielder Jeff George fired in a goal to open up the game, the Blue Hens came out with an intensity that Rutgers simply could not match.
A black banner reading "The Hunt" is taped on the wall of the Indoor Practice Bubble, risen high enough for any player, coach or trainer on the Rutgers football team to take in the mantra head coach Chris Ash set in when he first came to the Scarlet Knights.Thursday began the second season of the Ash campaign, as the first spring practice of the year came underway, but the energy under the dome suggested it isn't much of a second season.
‘Underachieved’ is the word head coach Joe Litterio used to describe his team 20 games into the season.Don’t let the record fool you, though.
Saturday marks the first time in history the Rutgers men’s lacrosse team will take the field as the top-ranked team in the country.
Sophomore guard Corey Sanders, the Scarlet Knights’ leading scorer in each of his first two seasons in Piscataway, declared he’s testing the waters of the NBA draft for a second time on Thursday afternoon in an Instagram post.
Welcome to the third edition of the Rutgers Roundup.Due to a pause for Spring Break, this roundup will discuss the major events of the last two weeks, a frame of time chock full of historic milestones.
After their most successful weekend so far this season, the Rutgers softball team is looking to start off conference play on the right foot.The Scarlet Knights (7-19) travel to Bloomington to take on Indiana (14-14) for their first Big Ten series of the season.
After a tough loss to their highest ranked opponent yet, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team hopes to bounce back this weekend in their second straight Big Ten matchup.The Scarlet Knights (5-4, 0,1) kick off a four-game home-stand this Friday night, where they will face off with another conference rival, the Ohio State Buckeyes (6-5, 0-1). Both the Scarlet Knights and the Buckeyes will try and pick up their first conference wins of the season.Friday’s matchup will be the fifth matchup between the teams in the last three seasons.
Senior pitcher Shayla Sweeney plans on working in communications and sports media after graduation.
Senior midfielder Kristina Dunphey scored hat tricks in both of Rutgers’ sudden death overtime wins over Ohio State last season.
With a tough eight-game road trip to Florida behind them, the Rutgers baseball team came back home looking for some home field advantage at Bainton Field Tuesday afternoon.