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The Rutgers women’s soccer team welcomed Villanova to Yurcak
Field on Friday in its first Big East game of the season. The
Scarlet Knights captured a 2-1 win, but with sophomore forward
Jonelle Filigno’s early exit due to injury, the bigger story may be
what they lost. Rutgers came out fast and strong against the
Wildcats (4-4-2), establishing possession and attacking
The Rutgers men’s soccer team looked to make a name for itself
this weekend, when two nationally ranked opponents paid a visit to
Freshman forward Stefanie Scholz notched her first career goal
yesterday to give the Knights an early 1-0 lead. Georgetown
responded by scoring four straight goals.
Junior back Shannon Woeller, who captains the Rutgers defense,
could do nothing to stop the Hoyas yesterday, as Georgetown’s
offensive onslaught recorded 22 shots and four goals.
Junior defender Joe Setchell and the Knights’ back four allowed
two goals in the
Scarlet Knights’ 2-0 loss yesterday to No. 9 Indiana at Yurcak
Senior forward Ibrahim?Kamara led the Scarlet Knights with four
shots against No. 25 Iona on Friday, but Rutgers left the contest
without a goal at Yurcak Field.
Sophomore forward Jonelle Filigno leads the Scarlet Knights with
five goals this season, and played for the Canadian National Team
over the summer in the FIFA Women’s World Cup.
Freshman forward Amy Pietrangelo made a quick impact early in
her Rutgers career, scoring a goal and connecting on two assists
through her first seven games in a Knights uniform.
With the Rutgers women’s soccer team’s non-conference schedule
wrapped up, so too is the first phase of a long and arduous regular
season. Phase two starts tonight, when the Scarlet Knights welcome
Villanova to Yurcak Field to open their Big East slate.
Senior midfielder Bryant Knibbs is one of seven Knights players
to score a goal this season. The Pine Bush, N.Y., native and the
rest of the team’s attack play host to two ranked opponents this
weekend, both of which allow 1.25 goals or fewer per game.
The Rutgers men’s soccer team finds itself at the biggest bump
in the road before Big East play this weekend, when it comes
face-to-face with Iona and Indiana in a two-day span for the
Rutgers/St. John’s Nike Soccer Classic. Not only are Iona and
Indiana nationally ranked, but both roll into Piscataway sporting
The Rutgers women’s soccer team received votes yesterday in the
National Soccer Coaches Association of America poll. After a pair
of 1-0 weekend wins over Yale and Dartmouth, Rutgers earned three
votes from the NSCAA.
The Rutgers men’s soccer team sports a freshman described as a
being a one-of-a-kind talent, the type of player that does not come
around often. Make no mistake about it, JP Correa arrived on the
Banks to help the Scarlet Knights turn their fortune around after a
string of disappointing seasons.
Freshman forward JP?Correa started each of his four collegiate
games, tallying two goals and two assists to lead the Scarlet
Knights in each category.
Nearly 2,600 miles separated Rutgers women’s soccer sophomore
Jonelle Filigno and junior Shannon Woeller during their high school
careers, and both were well removed from playing soccer in New
Junior back Shannon Woeller, a native of Vancouver, Canada,
started at back for Rutgers since arriving on the Banks in 2008 as
The Rutgers men’s soccer team knew heading into its matchup with
Drexel on Friday that the Dragons were a physical team that was
going to get rough with it. What the Scarlet Knights did not expect
was a downright slugfest between the two teams, ending with a total
of three yellow cards and one red card for a studs-up tackle in
their 3-1 win.
There is no denying the abundance of scoring opportunities the
Rutgers women’s soccer team had in both of its weekend contests
against Ivy League foes. With 15 shots on Friday against Yale and
16 more yesterday against Dartmouth, the Scarlet Knights posted two
of their highest shot totals of the season.
Sophomore forward Jonelle Filigno breaks toward the goal in
overtime yesterday, when Dartmouth goalie Tatiana Saunders took her
out to draw a penalty kick. Filigno remained on the field for about
three minutes before stepping to the spot and scoring the Scarlet
Knights’ only goal to give them a 1-0 victory and weekend
Highly touted freshman forward?JP?Correa scored his team-best
second goal of the season in a win against Drexel, starting the
scoring in an eventual 3-1 victory at Yurcak Field.