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From the moment the ball was kicked from the center circle by junior midfielder Samantha Valliant and carried upfield by senior forward Amy Pietrangelo to mark the beginning of the match, it seemed as if the No. 25 Rutgers women’s soccer team as in control.
Junior forward Amanda Devolk and the Knights look to win with conviction against Indiana to send a message to the Big Ten.
Sophomore backer Erin Smith said the Knights are happy to be back in New Brunswick following a two-game road trip in which they won both games. Rutgers is undefeated in five games at Yurcak Field this season.
When the No. 25 Rutgers women’s soccer team ventured out to the Midwest last weekend to take on Nebraska and Iowa, it departed on Wednesday and returned late at night on Sunday.
Freshman keeper Casey Murphy plays a key role in success of Knights defense.
Defense wins championships, as the old adage goes, but a good offense starts with a great defense.
Sophomore midfielder Madison Tiernan notched her third goal of the season in the 50th minute to lead Rutgers past Iowa, 1-0.
For the No. 25 Rutgers women’s soccer team, the past seven days can be summed up in one word: exhausting.
Two weeks ago, the Rutgers women’s soccer team crashed the NCSAA Top-25 party by sneaking in with the No. 25 ranking.
Sophomore forward Jessica Puchalski is a key contributor coming off the bench.
When looking at the rundown of a team, many tend to be attracted by the big numbers that highlight the key players. Accolades, such as All-Conference or All-American, attribute to the hype surrounding marquee players as the key components for successful teams.
After a disappointing first impression in its new conference following a 2-0 shutout loss on the road at Maryland, a sour taste lingered in the mouth of the Rutgers women’s soccer team.
Entering the 2014 season, head coach Mike O’Neill had just about everything in place in terms of his staff and players. After being promoted in late July, O’Neill scrambled to ensure the Rutgers women’s soccer team did not miss a beat, for the urgency of increased preparation as the inaugural Big Ten season moved closer.
Head coach Mike O’Neill hired assistant coach Lubos Ancin back on Sept. 4.
Senior forward Amy Pietrangelo said it was a great experience playing for the Canadian National Team.
For Amy Pietrangelo, the road that led her to Rutgers is different from most of her teammates on the Rutgers women’s soccer team.
Senior forward Stef Scholz and the Knights outshot the Terps 13-12 but ultimately fell, 2-0, Friday night in Maryland.
The stage was set.
Senior forward Amy Pietrangelo leads a Rutgers attack that has outscored its opponents 12-1 in its first four games of the season.
Going into its first Big Ten conference game of the year, the record speaks for itself.