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A week following the first practice of the spring, the Rutgers football team continued to slowly inch along in its preparation for its first season under head coach Chris Ash in the fourth practice of the preseason.Only this time, there was no vomiting from the players.
Jay Niemann has been in football for more than 30 years, coaching at seven different schools in all three NCAA Divisions before arriving in Piscataway to take charge as the defensive coordinator and linebackers coach at Rutgers under Chris Ash.But despite all his experience and wisdom, he’s facing a challenge he’s never had before — replacing all three starting linebackers.“Don’t think I have, don’t think I have,” Niemann said of his new challenge.
When head football coach Chris Ash made it known he and offensive coordinator Drew Mehringer planned on implementing the spread offense, few members of the Rutgers football team were as excited as sophomore quarterback Giovanni Rescigno. The Warren, Michigan, native came to the Banks with a profile of a dual-threat quarterback after throwing for 1,396 yards and 16 touchdowns while rushing for 512 yards and five touchdowns in his senior season of high school.
After months of conditioning work and drills, the Rutgers football team took the field at the practice bubble for the first day of Spring practice Thursday.
Rutgers Athletic Director Patrick Hobbs and head football coach Chris Ash have been asked hard-hitting questions since the day they were chosen to succeed Julie Hermann and Kyle Flood as Rutgers' athletic director and head football coach.
The Rutgers women's basketball team's season ended after a 71-55 loss to Virginia in the second round of the WNIT Sunday.
A lay-up from senior forward Kahleah Copper with 0.4 seconds remaining was enough for Rutgers (19-14) as it escaped the Rutgers Athletic Center with a 57-55 win over Georgetown in the first round of the WNIT.
Freshman guard Corey Sanders said he's coming back to Piscataway next year after the Rutgers men's basketball season was ended with an 89-72 loss to Nebraska in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament.
The Rutgers men's basketball team defeated Minnesota 75-52 to earn its first Big Ten conference game of the season Saturday.
The Rutgers women’s basketball team (18-13, 9-10) outscored Nebraska 16-5 in the final seven minutes of the game en route to defeating the Cornhuskers (18-12, 9-10) 66-63 to advance to the quarterfinals of the Big Ten Tournament.
The Rutgers men's basketball team (6-23, 0-17) were buried by a record performance from Michigan State's Bryn Forbes. The Spartans (24-5, 11-5) outscored the Knights 54-25 in the second half.
Working with a new head strength and conditioning coach in Kenny Parker, Rutgers is going through more than they ever have.
Rutgers (6-22, 0-15) dropped its 15th straight game, 30th straight in Big Ten play, in an 83-61 loss to Minnesota.
When freshman guard Corey Sanders was suspended by head coach Eddie Jordan for “a violation of team rules” Monday, the lighter part of the Rutgers men’s basketball team’s schedule became much more daunting.Returning to a seven scholarship player rotation for the first time since freshman forward Jonathan Laurent missed four games due to a concussion suffered against Wisconsin.Just as Sanders carried the team in his fellow Floridian’s absence, averaging 17 points in four games against three ranked opponents during the stretch, Laurent has picked up the slack for Sanders.The Orlando native led the Scarlet Knights with 19 points and 15 rebounds against Penn State Saturday.
The last time the Rutgers men’s basketball team faced Illinois, it ended in an instant classic, a 110-101 triple-overtime thriller. Freshman guard Corey Sanders ran the show, scoring 39 points — a program record among freshman — including a triple to push the game into double-overtime that reached No. 1 in ESPN’s iconic SportsCenter Top Ten Plays.But the Scarlet Knights were without their ringleader Wednesday, and it showed on the court.Rutgers (6-20, 0-13) was unable to avenge the heartbreaking loss to the Fighting Illini at the Rutgers Athletic Center Feb.
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.Freshman guard Corey Sanders went against the old saying, ditching his signature baby dreads in favor of a clean cut ahead of the Rutgers men’s basketball team’s meeting with Ohio State.
Four of the 19 recruits who signed their National Letters of Intent to join the Rutgers football team on National Signing Day have already enrolled at the University. They are taking advantage of their early start.
Senior center Greg Lewis leads Rutgers through another difficult season, using the experience in going through adversity he's picked up on the Banks.
The Rutgers men's basketball team suffered its 26th consecutive Big Ten conference loss in an 87-63 defeat to Nebraska in Lincoln.
Guard Corey Sanders breaks the program record for points by a freshman in a heartbreaking 110-101 triple-overtime loss to Illinois.