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Still coming down from its 28-run barrage against Lafayette earlier in the week, the Rutgers baseball team is set to host Purdue for a three-game weekend series at Bainton Field.
Needing a conference win to increase its chances of being the No. 4 seed in the 2017 Big Ten tournament, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team faced both a familiar, but new opponent on Thursday.The Scarlet Knights (8-6, 2-2) went up to Ann Arbor, and defeated Michigan (5-11, 1-4) in a tight 16-14 game that came down to the last few minutes.
The Rutgers tennis team will play their final regular season road game this season on Saturday in College Park against Maryland.
For the Rutgers men's lacrosse team, there truly is no place like home. The No. 11 Scarlet Knights have won 13 straight at High Point Solutions Stadium, dating back to an upset victory over Ohio State in the 2015 season finale.This season alone, Rutgers (9-2, 11) has beating four teams that were ranked at one point this season, including a win over then-unranked Army West Point, who now sits at No. 6 in the country.On Sunday night in Big Ten Network primetime, the Knights will face their toughest test of the season in No. 3 Maryland.
After not much success was to be found during its first home series of the season, the Rutgers softball team takes its act back on the road, looking some better results.The Scarlet Knights (10-27, 1-8) travel to Iowa City to take on Iowa (12-23, 5-6) for three games, Friday through Sunday.
Ten days out from the spring game, practice number 10 — and the second from inside High Point Solutions Stadium — wrapped up, and with less than half of the spring practice period to go, the coaching staff's observations have grown less anecdotal as the days pass.For head coach Chris Ash, there are a handful of players and units that he figures stand out from the rest of the Rutgers football team.As Ash notes, this time of spring bares incredible importance for the team's outlook heading into summer training camp, the time where him and the other coaches need to "push them mentally and physically" in order to sort out the ones from the twos even further.Some, though, have far exceeded any discussion regarding their roles on the team.
The Rutgers men’s track and field team are more than ready to perform in the sunny weather forecast this weekend at the Metropolitan Outdoor Championships, despite the unfortunate forces of nature that acted against them over the past couple of weeks.Not to mention, the Scarlet Knights will be bringing the competition to their home soil on Friday, April 14th, 2017, and splitting the team up on Saturday, April 15th between the Metropolitan Invitational and the Princeton Outdoor Invitational.According to forecasts, Piscataway is promising sunny and spring-like weather this week for our athletes to practice and compete in.After many traveling trip-ups, schedule changes and weather obstacles, the Scarlet Knights will be taking a break from traveling.Freshmen sprinter and jumper Perry Christie, who won the high jump event at the Colonial Relays, will also be experiencing his first outdoor home meet of his collegiate career.“Traveling is kind of stressful, but with the help of my academic advisors, tutors and coaches, I’m able to do it and it’s pretty cool,” Christie said.Christie is one of the more interesting athletes, his skills involving both short distance races and jumping events, totaling up to about five events during his indoor career.
The Rutgers women’s track and field team will return home this weekend to host the Metropolitan Outdoor Championships for the second consecutive year at the Bauer Track and Field Complex in Piscataway.The first championship meet of the outdoor season will take place from Friday, April 14 to Saturday, April 15.Last year, the Scarlet Knights placed second at the Metropolitan Outdoor Championships, earning seven titles and 177 team points overall.
The Rutgers tennis team met with Stony Brook in a midweek matchup at the East Brunswick Racquet Club.