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Win the games you are supposed to win, and the rest will sort itself out.It’s an old slogan that rarely rang more true than for the Rutgers women's basketball team regarding the Scarlet Knights' next two scheduled games.The Knights (6-3) will take on Iona (2-5) on Wednesday before matching up with Savannah State (2-6) on Sunday, with both games coming at the Louis Brown Athletic Center.Scarlet and White won last year's matchup, 66-58, in New Rochelle, when senior wing Kahleah Copper poured in a team-high 19 points.Rutgers will try to build on its 20-point win over Arkansas last Sunday, now with a legitimate shot to assemble a three-game winning streak before hosting SEC powerhouse Louisiana State at the RAC next Saturday.But the first order of business will be the game with the Gaels.Iona takes the ride down the New Jersey Turnpike to Piscataway pushing for back-to-back wins over schools from Central Jersey after defeating Rider, 59-46, on Sunday.Junior guard Tyler Scaife is coming off a 24-point performance versus the Razorbacks where the Little Rock native continued her near-spotless shooting from the free throw line, knocking down all four of her attempts from the charity stripe.Scaife has missed just one free throw in 29 tries in her junior season, ranking second in the nation in free throw percentage (96.6), according to NCAA.com.The 5-foot-7 guard believes that getting to the line early in games allows her to get into a shooting groove from the field.“I was attacking the rim early on,” Scaife said after the 60-40 win over the team from her home state.
She positions herself behind the 3-point line awaiting an opportunity. And then it comes, often on a swing pass where her teammates rotate them the ball quickly around the perimeter.Once the ball is in her hands she takes flight, rising from the floor to align her eyes with the circular target.At the top of her vertical she releases, flicking her wrist toward the rim and following through until her fingertips run nearly parallel to her forearm.
Senior guard Cynthia Hernandez used to spend hours after grade school perfecting her shot, needing 200 shots to go down before she was permitted to return home. Hernandez has made more 3-pointers (35) than any other player on the Rutgers roster since arriving on the Banks.
It felt good for the Rutgers women’s basketball team to return home to play at the Louis Brown Athletic Center.
Senior center Rachel Hollivay scored six points and grabbed six rebounds in Rutgers 60-40 win over Arkansas at the Louis Brown Athletic Center Dec. 6.
Junior guard Tyler Scaife scoots around an Arkansas defender to move toward the rim in the Knights 60-40 win over the Razorbacks on Sunday afternoon.
In a complete role reversal, the Rutgers women’s basketball team played the part of bully in the Scarlet Knights 61-38 win over Arkansas on Sunday afternoon.
After averaging 23 points and eight rebounds to earn the Paradise Jam MVP, senior wing Kahleah Copper struggled to nine points and six turnovers in the 65-43 loss at No. 13 Florida State.
Head coach C. Vivian Stringer was disappointed in her team's performance in the Knights 22-point loss to No. 13 Florida State. Stringer said postgame that she thought the team played scared.
A trip to paradise was just what the doctor ordered for the Rutgers women's basketball team.After beginning the season with a win at St.
Senior wing Kahleah Copper averaged 23 points and eight rebounds in three games at the Paradise Jam in St. Thomas, earning her the tournament's Most Valuable Player award.
In what has seem to become a common trend for the Rutgers women’s basketball team, the offense appeared as if it was stuck in the mud to open Sunday's game against Temple. The Scarlet Knights made just one of their first 10 shots as a slow-starting offense seemed like it was going to put them in a deep, early hole for the third consecutive game.
Foul trouble plagued the Rutgers women’s basketball team against St. John’s.They never seemed to be able to put a consistent run together without being whistled for a foul that would halt their momentum.It was especially a problem in the paint, with key interior players being in foul trouble for most of the game.Senior center Ariel Butts had three fouls at halftime and four at the end of the third quarter.She started along with fellow center Rachel Hollivay in a big lineup for the Scarlet Knights.
The Louis Brown Athletic Center looked eerily similar Thursday night to the scene at the Walsh Gymnasium in South Orange, New Jersey, on Monday night.A change in venue was not enough to change the result for the Rutgers women’s basketball team as the Scarlet Knights created a near carbon copy of their performance against Seton Hall back, stumbling out of the blocks to start both halves, resulting in a 69-62 loss to St.
Junior guard Tyler Scaife rises toward the rim for two of her game-high, 23 points in the Knights 69-62 loss to St.John's.
C. Vivian Stringer wasn't the happiest after Rutgers' 77-49 blowout loss at Seton Hall, but the 21st-year head coach and the Knights have a shot to rebound in their home opener when they take on St. John's at the RAC on Thursday night at 7 p.m.
It has been a tale of two games for the Rutgers women's basketball team — first predator, then prey.The Scarlet Knights (1-1) began their season with a resounding 79-66 win over St.
After the Rutgers women’s basketball team went on a 12-0 run to end the first half to cut its deficit against Seton Hall to 32-28, it seemed like the Scarlet Knights were ready to get back into the game in the second half.The Knights dealt with early foul trouble and were sluggish from the field for most of the first half, but their late run made the game look competitive.But Seton Hall came out firing in the second half to silence any potential Rutgers comeback.Pirates forward Tabatha Richardson-Smith hit a 3-point shot on her team’s first possession of the second half and forward Tiffany Jones followed it with a block on the defensive end.This sent the crowd of 1,628 at Walsh Gymnasium into a frenzy.Jones then drove down court for a layup to give Seton Hall a nine-point lead at 37-28 and Rutgers head coach C.
After shooting the lights out in Philadelphia in the season opener, the Rutgers women’s basketball team regressed dramatically in game two at Seton Hall in South Orange, New Jersey Monday night.
Senior wing Kahleah Copper scored a team-high 17 points but she could nothing to stop a third quarter onslaught from Seton Hall.