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Maryland midfielder Mael Corboz, a former Knight, slide tackles sophomore midfielder Erik Sa on Wednesday night at Yurcak Field. Corboz, who transferred last season from Rutgers, scored the Terrapins’ first goal in the fifth minute in Maryland’s 3-2 win. Sa said it was emotional playing against his ex-teammate.
Senior midfielder Nate Bruccoleri dribbles the ball. Rutgers’ loss was the last home game of Bruccoleri’s collegiate career.
Sophomore midfielder Alyssa Bull said the Knights have nothing to lose as they head to Michigan to face the two-seeded Wolverines in the Big Ten Tournament.
Jeff Bell, the Republican candidate for New Jersey in the U.S. Senate, speaks about his loss and thanks his team last night at the Teaneck Mariott.
Junior Dan lee said the team cuts down in practice time after races to recover.
Senior midfielder Nate Bruccoleri has started 65 of the Knights’ 72 games during his four-year career, which includes a career-high two goals during his freshman season.
Sophomore midfielder Erik Sa said Bruccoleri is one of his best friends and leads by example with his hard work on the field.
Sophomore Sam Habib finished in 100th place at Rutgers’ first-ever Big Ten Championships with a time of 26:54.2 while battling windy and cold weather conditions. The Knights finished 12th out of 12 conference teams overall at the event, with four top-100 finishers.
Junior defender Drew Morgan and the Knights’ defense conceded in the opening five minutes of their 1-0 loss against Bradley at Yurcak Field on Friday night. Morgan said stronger starts come down to being mentally prepared.
C. Riley Snorton, assistant Professor at Cornell University, speaks about hip-hop and sexuality at the “Distinguished Lecture Series” on Douglass campus.
Sophomore midfielder Alyssa Bull comes back from injury after missing last week.
Sophomore goalkeeper David Greczek said the Knights believe they have plenty left to play for and can end the season strong, starting tonight against Bradley.
Sophomore middle blocker Lauren Cloyd said RU must perform late in matches.
Sophomore Sam Habib said he never thought he would be racing at the Big Ten level but is excited about the opportunity.
Senior midifelders Jenn Staab and Sophie Wright will play in their last home game as Rutgers tries to make Big Ten Tournament.
Sophomore 174-pounder Phil Bakuckus said he likes quad meets because he can wrestle three matches and work on technique.
Junior 149-pounder Ken Theobold said New Jersey fans are one of a kind
Senior Greta Leberfinger said the Knights will be ready against Wagner despite it being their first meet of the season.