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When the No. 25 Rutgers women’s soccer team endured the heartbreak of a 1-0 overtime loss to Northwestern on Senior Day on Oct. 19, Cassie Inacio, Tori Leigh, Amy Pietrangelo and Stef Scholz all thought they had played their final game on their home field.
While a majority of her teammates huddled around to extensively watch the live stream of the Division I Women’s Soccer Selection Show in the coaches’ office at the Hale Center, Tori Leigh slyly watched it from her laptop in the middle of class.
Brianne Reed didn’t see it coming. For the most part, the junior has quietly done her job latching down the hatches for one of the top defenses in the country.
The plan was simple.From the forefront of the 2014 season, the Rutgers women’s soccer team had aspirations to take the Big Ten by storm and seize the prestigious women’s soccer conference crown without hesitation.
The No. 23 Rutgers women’s soccer team got the ball rolling on its hottest stretch of the season earlier in the year on Sept. 28 with a 1-0 win at Iowa.
Upon arrival to the Vander Zee Family Field, there was not a single person to be found.
Senior midfielder Cassie Inacio discussed the advantages of facing a prior opponent in Iowa. She said the Knights ride extra confidence entering the match.
When Madison Tiernan entered the Rutgers women’s soccer program last fall for her freshman campaign, she made a lasting first impression.
Sophomore midfielder Madison Tiernan has not experienced a sophomore slump after finishing third in points in her rookie year. Tiernan is tied for first on the Knights in goals and points during her second year.
Senior forward Stef Scholz opened up the scoring against Ohio State with a game-winner in the 20th minute after a three-game scoreless streak.
A heightened sense of urgency surrounded the No. 23 Rutgers women’s soccer team entering its season finale.
Sophomore midfielder Madison Tiernan and RU’s offense came to life in a 2-0 win at Ohio State. Rutgers had not scored since Oct. 17.
After an 11-1-1 start highlighted by a statement win over then-No. 7 Penn State, it seemed as if the Rutgers women’s soccer team was poised to make a run and seize the Big Ten regular season crown.
Meghan Ryan remembers the days when she laced up her cleats and trotted out onto Yurcak Field, as the cheers from the Scarlet faithful residing in the stands resonated from the bleachers.
Junior backer Brianne Reed said the specific details given by assistant coach Meghan Ryan on how to match up against opposing offenses has been one of the main factors in the Knights’ defensive success this season.
Being from New Jersey leaves the Rutgers women’s soccer team on the outside looking in.
Senior Stef Scholz said the biggest difference between RU’s previous conferences and the Big Ten is the grind of traveling across the country before road games.
Heading into its last multi-game road trip of the season, the No. 16 Rutgers women’s soccer team’s goal was to arrive back home to Piscataway with six points — three from each win.
It wasn’t the way they wanted to go out.Days removed from the heartbreak of a 1-0 overtime loss to Northwestern on Senior Day over the weekend, the Rutgers women’s soccer team went back to work Tuesday afternoon.
As No. 16 Rutgers enters its final three games of the season with two games this weekend, senior forward Amy Pietrangelo said she expects a strong finish.