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The Rutgers volleyball team will be home for its first Big Ten midweek game against Ohio State on Wednesday night at the College Avenue Gym. The last time the Scarlet Knights (5-21, 0-14) played the Buckeyes (13-12, 6-8) was on Oct. 7 where Rutgers lost in straight-set scores
After a breakout season last year for the Rutgers wrestling team, junior 165-pounder John Van Brill is ready to prove it was not a fluke.Even after his impressive 24-13 overall record last season, which included an 11-4 record in dual matches as well as a 3-2 and 1-2 record in the Big Ten and National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Tournaments, Van Brill still is not satisfied and is hungry for more this season.
It comes as no surprise that No. 1 Penn State defeated the Rutgers volleyball team this past weekend in University Park, Pennsylvania. The Scarlet Knights (5-21, 0-14) struggled throughout the match to keep pace with the Nittany Lions' surge to victory, marking the 12th match this Big Ten season that Rutgers has lost in straight sets.
The Rutgers swimming and diving team opened its 2017-18 season with a penta-meet showcase, hosting Villanova, Pittsburgh, Seton Hall and Georgetown. The Scarlet Knights split the four matchups by defeating Georgetown and Seton Hall by scores of 235.5-117.5 and 275-78, respectively, but falling to Villanova and Pittsburgh by final scores of 210.5-142.5 and 219-134.
The Rutgers tennis team concluded its fall schedule of the 2017 season with a positive performance at the Buffalo Invitational.The Scarlet Knights made an inaugural appearance at the indoor invite against Binghamton picking up six singles wins and three doubles victories while giving up a lone loss for a 9-1 collective score.
The Rutgers men’s soccer ended its season over this past weekend, falling in the qualifying round of the 2017 Big Ten Tournament.The Scarlet Knights end the season 4-13-1 with an 0-8-0 conference record in the regular season, after losing their second straight match against Northwestern (7-11-0, 1-7-0) on Saturday.
It was beginning to look like things were unraveling for the Rutgers football team in the third quarter of its game against Maryland on Saturday.The Terrapins went 90 yards down the field to take a 21-17 lead, and the Scarlet Knight offense looked like it was stalling. Then with 9:44 left in the quarter, with Rutgers set to get the ball back, junior cornerback Isaiah Wharton let a Maryland punt hit him in the leg, leading to a turnover and giving the Terps the ball with the lead.
The Rutgers wrestling team captured a crushing 27-9 opening season win over Maryland over the weekend, keyed by amazing performances in front of more than 2,000 Scarlet Knights fans.The first match of the season was played outdoors at High Point Solutions Stadium after being moved from Yankee Stadium.
The Rutgers wrestling team got off to a hot start as it rolled through Maryland, taking the Terrapins down by a score of 27-9 on Saturday at High Point Solutions Stadium. From the onset, the energy exuberating through the stadium was all the No. 12 Scarlet Knights (1-0, 1-0) needed to get going.