4/27/2017 1:31pm

Rutgers downed by Columbia in game shortened due to darkness

An early lead wasn’t enough as the Rutgers baseball team fell to Columbia 13-7 Wednesday afternoon at Bainton Field. A leadoff home run off the bat of senior first baseman Mike Carter to start the bottom of the first opened up the scoring and gave the Scarlet Knights (15-23, 4-5) an early 1-0 advantage.

Sophomore centerfielder Mike Carter feels the Knights can boost production if they string together timely hits in the series with Indiana.
4/21/2017 12:33pm

Rutgers jumps back into Big Ten play on the road against Iowa

After a week that saw the Rutgers baseball team win three out of four games, including two against Purdue -- the team’s first two wins in Big Ten play and the team’s first conference series win this season -- the Scarlet Knights (13-21, 2-4) started this week 0-2 and now head to Iowa for the weekend to play the Hawkeyes. In a home-and-home midweek matchup against Seton Hall, Rutgers lost both games, the second one in stunning and heartbreaking fashion.


Junior outfielder Mike Carter has provided the Knights with a boost at the plate since returning from injury weeks ago.
4/11/2017 10:29pm

Rutgers scores 28 runs, most in program history, to blast past Lafayette

What a difference a week can make. After being mired in a four-game losing streak with seemingly nothing clicking, the Rutgers baseball team came out firing on all cylinders on a picture perfect Tuesday afternoon against Lafayette. The Scarlet Knights (11-18, 0-3) came into the game ice cold - scoring 6 total runs in their last four games.

Senior Christian Campbell has contributed as both a pitcher and infielder this season.
4/4/2017 9:24pm

Rutgers takes on struggling Villanova squad in midweek road matchup

After a lackluster performance against now-No. 25 Maryland, the Rutgers baseball team looks to get back on track with a quick road trip to Villanova in Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania to face the Wildcats. The Scarlet Knights (10-17, 0-3) did not start conference play the way they would have liked, getting swept at the hands of Maryland at Bainton Field over the weekend and leaving a sour taste in their mouths.

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