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Senior Nicole Imbriaco scored the first goal of the season in the Knights’ 3-2 win over Bucknell, in addition to notching the first goal of the game in the shutout win over Ball State. The forward has now advanced to 15 goals througout her career on the banks.
As the summer days waver on similarly to the way the tide comes in and retracts along the shoreline, the highly anticipated countdown to Aug.
Junior defender Sophia Walia is one of 12 Knights returning for the 2015 season. With the experience and leadership retained from last year's squad, Rutgers reaches for the next level in its second year in the Big Ten.
Going into the 2014 season, the Rutgers field hockey team’s main goal was to compete in its inaugural season among the best in the Big Ten.
Junior forward Katie Champion scored a team-high 10 goals this season for the Knights and will return trying to improve an attack that averaged just 1.79 goals per game.
Three seasons ago, head coach Meredith Long was promoted from her assistant coaching job and embarked on a mission to rebuild the Rutgers field hockey program.
Senior midfielder Sophie Wright finished 31-40 in her four years with the Knights, but finished on a high note, qualifying for the Big Ten Tournament this season.
The stage was set as the Rutgers field hockey team took the blue field at Michigan in its first ever Big Ten Tournament. But as the clock hit zero, its emotions soon mirrored the color of the field.
In its first-ever season in the Big Ten, the Rutgers field hockey team was able to earn a spot in the Big Ten Championships with a 2-1 win Saturday while dashing Indiana’s hopes of doing so in the process.
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.
After starting every game her freshman season, the Rutgers field hockey team’s current starting forward Rachel Yaney came in to her sophomore season looking to hit the ground running and have an immediate impact in the Big Ten.
For the second time this season, the Rutgers field hockey team was able to sweep the weekend with wins over Indiana and Penn by scores of 2-1 and 3-0, respectively.
Sophomore midfielder Alyssa Bull comes back from injury after missing last week.
Senior midifelders Jenn Staab and Sophie Wright will play in their last home game as Rutgers tries to make Big Ten Tournament.
The last weekend of the regular season is here, and everything the Rutgers field hockey team has worked toward to make the Big Ten tournament comes down to its performance on Friday.
The good news for the Rutgers field hockey program is that it is only losing two players at the end of this season.
Sophomore forward Jasmine Cole was Co-Ivy League Rookie of the Year before transferring to Rutgers this season.
Transferring to a new school and having to deal with a new atmosphere as well as integrating into a new sports team is not an easy transition.
Sophomore forward Rachel Yaney scored the first goal during the Knights’ 2-1 win Sunday against James Madison.
The Rutgers field hockey team came into this weekend with its eyes set solely on James Madison in its preparation. And it showed Sunday, as the Scarlet Knights (7-9) were able to get the win, 2-1.