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The Rutgers men's basketball team (11-1) dominated Fordham (5-7) in most statistical categories at the World’s Most Famous Arena — on the backboards (51-22), in the paint (42-24), from the field (49-32 percent) — en route to a 68-53 win.
It was a tale of two halves for the Rutgers women’s basketball team but not in a favorable way.
"I had to go to the hospital this morning cause I couldn't swallow. So like 2:30 in the morning.
Fairleigh-Dickinson came into the Rutgers Athletic Center hoping to do what seven other teams failed to accomplish this season — beat the home team.
In a game where two key players, including starting point guard Shrita Parker, were out with injuries, the Rutgers women’s basketball team did just about everything it could with a limited roster.
STONY BROOK, N.Y. — The scene was one Steve Pikiell was all too familiar with at Island Federal Credit Union Arena.Stony Brook had hit two quick 3-pointers in the first minute of the second half to push a halftime lead of a single point to seven within the blink of an eye, sending the 4,009 in the seats into a frenzy as they roared the loudest they had all night.
After 11 years of building Stony Brook from the ground up, Steve Pikiell is heading back to Long Island to set the program back — at least for one night.The Rutgers head men’s basketball coach returns to his old stomping grounds at Island Federal Credit Union Arena Saturday night, but this time he’ll be coaching on the visiting sideline.
After a mentally and physically draining double-overtime loss on Monday night, it remained in question how the Rutgers women’s basketball team would respond.The answer?
Many drastic changes have been seen in the first few games the Rutgers men’s basketball team has played at the Rutgers Athletic Center this season.
Rutgers hits the road this week as they are set to play St John’s and Houston in the coming days.
Steve Pikiell’s weeklong trip down memory lane got off to as good a start as he could hope.
There's no place like home — a saying spread across the country around the holidays and one that the Rutgers men's basketball team can relate to eight games into the season.
In a game that had just about everything, the Rutgers women’s basketball team was on the wrong side of an epic battle, suffering a heartbreaking 82-76 double-overtime loss to James Madison.The big story of the night was the record-breaking performance by Dukes guard Precious Hall.
The Rutgers men's basketball team's continued shooting woes turned out to be its best source of offense against Morgan State last Saturday.
CJ Gettys and Deshawn Freeman are two transfers who bonded over a southern connections.
For the first time this season, the Rutgers men’s basketball team was heading into a game coming off a loss, a 73-61 setback at Miami three days before it hosted Morgan State last Saturday.It was yet to be seen how the Scarlet Knights would respond to the situation under first-year head coach Steve Pikiell.
This was not the same team that showed up against Duke on Thursday night. The Rutgers Women’s basketball team went up big and held on for dear life, defeating Bucknell 57-53 at the Rutgers Athletic Center on Saturday afternoonThe Scarlet Knights (2-6) came storming out of the gates against the Bison (5-3), jumping out to a quick 7-0 lead.
When the Rutgers men’s basketball team stormed out to its best start since the greatest season in program history and earned its first Associated Press Top-25 vote in over a decade, head coach Steve Pikiell told his players not to get too high on themselves.Upon losing their first game of the season in Coral Gables against Miami, he told the Scarlet Knights in the locker room not to get too low.The philosophy the experienced head coach brings to Piscataway, a measured approach to a long season he’s likened to a marathon — take it one game at a time, not letting the previous affect the next.“No one cares about the last game, they care about this game,” he said prior to practice on Tuesday.
It got off to an ugly start and didn’t get much better for the Rutgers women’s basketball team as they were blown out by Duke 68-32.The Blue Devils raced out to a 13-0 lead, as they whipped the ball around and found open looks. Aliyah Jeune finally responded for Rutgers, but Duke came right back up the floor and hit a 3-pointer.