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While last season was not a disappointing one for the Rutgers men's basketball team, it was the first one under head coach Steve Pikiell, and the Scarlet Knights experienced some growing pains.
The Rutgers women's golf team completed its final fall event in fourth place with 925 (312-310-303) strokes on October 30 and 31 at the Idle Hour Intercollegiate in Macon, Georgia. The Scarlet Knights posted a top-five finish in four out of five tournaments this fall.
The Rutgers women’s swimming and diving team opens up its first home meet of the season on November 3 and 4. The Scarlet Knights will host the penta-meet at the Rutgers Aquatic Center, welcoming in Pittsburgh, Villanova, Seton Hall and Georgetown to fill out the rest of the competition.
In the process of rebuilding the Rutgers football team, head coach Chris Ash has installed an identity within his team. The Scarlet Knights are not flashy on offense, not dominant on defense, but they are incredibly tough and have shown the ability to do whatever it takes to win in the Big Ten this season.
The Rutgers men's cross country team competed at the Big Ten Championships this past weekend in Bloomington, Indiana. That race came right on the heels of a historic Metropolitan Championship win. The Knights were not able to have a repeat of that success last weekend as they finished in 12th place with a score of 366 points. Michigan came away with the Big Ten title against several teams that were ranked in the NCAA top 30.
Traveling to Ann Arbor, Michigan, the Rutgers (5-19, 0-12) volleyball team will go head to head with Michigan (15-9, 0-7) for the second time this season Wednesday evening. The Scarlet Knights still sit at the bottom of the Big Ten as they continue the search for a conference win this season.
The Rutgers tennis team will compete at a new event this weekend, as it will get ready for the Buffalo Invitational at the State University of New York at Buffalo from Nov. 3 to 5 in New York.
Last week, the Rutgers volleyball team was no match for Northwestern or Minnesota as both their first midweek match in Illinois and home match over the weekend resulted in straight set losses. With only eight matches left in the season, it’s very unclear if the Scarlet Knights (5-19, 0-12) will be able to secure a conference win before the season is over.
The Rutgers women’s cross country team placed last for the third consecutive year at the Big Ten Championships 6-kilometer race in Bloomington, Indiana, last Sunday.