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For the Rutgers men's cross-country team, it had been a long off-season with the returning distance team not running a meet since May, or last November if they didn't compete in track and field season. But that didn't stop the team from putting up some impressive times this past Saturday against tough competition.The Scarlet Knights opened their season with a seventh-place finish at the Spiked Shoe Invitational, which was hosted by Penn State University at University Park, Pennsylvania.
After a disappointing showing last week at the Seminole Invitational, the Rutgers men’s track and field team is excited to get back on track this weekend. The Scarlet Knights will compete in two events over the course of the weekend, the Georgia Tech Invitational in Atlanta and the Larry Ellis Invitational in Princeton.
The Rutgers men's track team produced multiple personal and team bests despite a disappointing finish in the standings.
After overcoming rainy and cold conditions en route to its second-place finish at the Metropolitan Championship last weekend, the Rutgers men’s track and field team gets to look forward to better weather this weekend as they head to Tallahassee, Florida, to participate in the Florida State Seminole Invitational.
The Rutgers men’s track and field team fought off the rain to finish second at the Metropolitan Championships at Rutgers on Friday and Saturday, continuing its strong start to the season.
When a team starts a season off well, there’s always pressure to continue the hot streak. Other teams put a target on your back, the pressure to do well rises and succumbing to said pressure might impede your performance.Apparently, no one told the Rutgers men’s track and field team.After a strong start to their outdoor season in Tampa, the Scarlet Knights continued their dominance at the Colonial Relays in Williamsburg, Virginia.
It should come as no surprise that Mike Mulqueen, the head coach of the Rutgers men’s track and field team, was more than pleased with his team’s result at the Bulls Invitational in Tampa, Florida, two weeks ago. After all multiple athletes won events, set personal records and recorded Intercollegiate Association of Amateur Athletes of America (IC4A) qualifying times.
As the calendar turns from winter to spring, it signals the shift from the indoor to the outdoor season in track and field.
The Rutgers men’s track and field team saw two athletes — graduate student Corey Crawford and freshman Izaiah Brown — earn gold medals in the long jump and 400m dash, respectively, at the Big Ten Indoor Track and Field Championships.
The Rutgers men’s track and field team has been performing well all season long, and now it faces its biggest challenge yet — the Big Ten Championship in Geneva, Ohio, this weekend.
The Rutgers men’s track and field team went to the David Hemery Valentine Invitational at Boston University last weekend. The Scarlet Knights produced 10 Intercollegiate Association of Amateur Athletes of America (IC4A) qualifying marks for the track and field championship in March.
The Rutgers men’s track and field team were the overall champions of the Metropolitan Indoor Championships held in Staten Island, New York, this weekend.
All season long, the Rutgers field hockey team looked like it was on
the verge of earning a marquee win for the program. And this past
weekend, it finally got one.After losing to No. 4 Michigan (10-2,
5-0) on Friday, the No. 20 Scarlet Knights (8-5, 2-2) bounced back to
triumph over No. 12 Stanford (7-4, 4-0) in overtime on Saturday. It was
the highest ranked opponent that they have ever beaten in program
history and along with wins over then-No. 23 Old Dominion and then-No.
19 Iowa, they now have three wins over ranked opponents this season
after previously having just three all time.
As the regular season comes to a close, the Rutgers field hockey team
looks like one that can wreak havoc in the postseason. But at the same
time, there is still some work to do.The No. 18 Scarlet Knights
(8-7, 3-3) split their last two games in their second-to-last regular
season weekend, winning at Michigan State (8-8, 2-4) before losing to
No. 25 Ohio State (8-7, 1-5) at home on Sunday.
Thanks to all-around great play, especially from two freshmen in particular, the Rutgers field hockey team is off to their best start in nearly a decade.The Scarlet Knights (4-0) took care of business this past weekend, beating Penn and Old Dominion on the road to remain undefeated.