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The last time the Rutgers men’s soccer team last made it to the Big East Tournament was two years ago. The amount of time that went by between the Scarlet Knights qualifying for the NCAA tournament was five years. The last time the Knights made it all the way to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament was a decade ago. But in the greatest single-season turnaround in Big East history, the Knights achieved all of those goals and more in earning The Daily Targum’s Team of the Year.
To earn its first win of the season Wednesday, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team needed to hold Princeton’s attack long enough in the sudden victory period for the offense to strike. The defense held firm as sophomore midfielder Lauren Sbrilli netted the game-winner with 4:40 remaining in the second overtime period to cap the Scarlet Knights’ 11-10 upset win against the No. 8 Tigers.
When the Rutgers men’s lacrosse team left the field after its loss to Maryland-Baltimore County two weeks ago, the looks on the faces of the players and head coach Brian Brecht told the story. After being handled for a full four quarters in front of a capacity crowd in the first home-opener of Brecht’s career as the head coach of the Scarlet Knights, two emotions were running high in the locker room: anger and embarrassment.
The Rutgers women’s lacrosse team surrendered six straight goals in the second half yesterday, allowing Temple to erase a five-goal deficit. Owls midfielder Stephanie Markunas put the go-ahead goal past junior goalkeeper Lily Kalata with 3:31 left to play, giving them the final edge, 12-11. The Scarlet Knights could not find the late equalizer, as their last offensive possession ended up in the stick of Temple goalie Tess Bishop.
Rutgers head men’s lacrosse coach Brian Brecht saw the Scarlet
Knights’ game against Wagner yesterday as the first real test of
their mental toughness and stamina. The Knights had only one day to
prepare for the Seahawks after returning from the Carrier Dome. The
Knights survived the test, handling Wagner en route to a 9-5
victory. “I did not see any physical sluggishness at all after the