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While fans look forward to the fall season and are hopeful for the return of sports, Rutgers continues its school-wide commitment to building a brighter future for athletics. On April 8, it was announced that the men’s soccer team had signed five recruits during the early signing period for 2020.
It may not have had the season that it hoped for, but the Rutgers women’s soccer team rewrote the record books thanks to contributions from one of the strongest senior classes in program history. The Scarlet Knights (15-4-2, 8-2-1) had a nation-leading defensive system and were still powerhouses at the top of the field as well.
Cut early in the first round of the NCAA tournament, the Rutgers women’s soccer team’s season is up, but not without leaving an impact for the future of the program. The Scarlet Knights (15-4-2, 8-2-1) went undefeated in non-conference play, hosted their first Big Ten Tournament and made it to the Big Ten semifinals.
Ninety-five days ago, the Rutgers women's soccer team opened up its season at Yurcak Field against Central Connecticut State. On Friday night, the No. 4-seeded Scarlet Knights (15-4-2, 8-2-1) faced a rematch in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament. With this game, one team would see its season end with the same matchup with which it began.
The stage was set for the Rutgers women’s soccer team to claim the Big Ten title at Yurcak Field, but that dream crumbled when Michigan scored the game-winning goal in overtime. The aspiration for that title may be behind the No. 15 Scarlet Knights (15-3-2, 8-2-1), but the NCAA tournament ahead is an even bigger prize.
For a moment, the Rutgers women's soccer team was back from the dead.
The Rutgers women’s soccer team is suiting up its armor and swords for Friday afternoon’s battle at Yurcak Field. The No. 16 Scarlet Knights (15-2-2, 8-2-1) and Michigan will go head-to-head at 1:30 p.m. for the Big Ten semifinal match, after the other semifinal match between Purdue and Penn State.
With the first regular season of head coach Jim McElderry's tenure now in the rearview mirror, the Rutgers men's soccer team now sets its sights on keeping its Big Ten Tournament hopes alive this weekend. First up on the docket is a date with the eighth-seeded Ohio State in the opening round play-in game this Saturday.
The most dangerous part of a soccer game is right after you take the lead.
One down. Two to go. The Rutgers women’s soccer team defeated Indiana in a 1-0 shutout on Sunday afternoon at Yurcak Field. Scoring the game-winning goal was not the No. 16 Scarlet Knights (15-2-2, 8-2-1), but the Hoosiers’ (8-9-2, 4-5-2) Madeline Carlson on a big mistake that cost Indiana its spot in the tournament.
As the regular season draws to a close for the Rutgers men's soccer team, with the Scarlet Knights (7-6-3, 1-5-1) producing positive results, one of the big themes of the 2019 campaign will be the infusion of young talent under first-year head coach Jim McElderry.
The Rutgers men's soccer was a game away from history.
With the Big Ten Tournament just around the corner, the Rutgers women’s soccer team is hungry for its first conference championship at home. The No. 16 Scarlet Knights (14-2-2, 8-2-1) have had one of their best conference seasons since joining the Big Ten.
When the Rutgers men's soccer team headed into the Big Ten play with a freshman-heavy roster, some growing pains were expected.
Nothing can stop the Rutgers women’s soccer team. In its last two Big Ten matches in Michigan, the No. 21 Scarlet Knights (14-2-2, 8-2-1) upset the No. 16 Wolverines (12-4-1, 7-2-1) in a 1-0 shutout, then took down Michigan State 3-2 to close off their conference season on the way to the Big Ten tournament.
Emotions were high, but their performances have been even higher this season. For the seniors on the Rutgers women’s soccer team, their time on the Banks is coming to a close and was celebrated on senior day during their 1-0 win against Indiana on Sunday afternoon.
Coming into its game at Northwestern, the Rutgers men's soccer team was at a crossroads. After winning just 1 of their first 5 Big Ten games, the Scarlet Knights (7-4-3, 1-4-1) found themselves sixth in the conference. Tied with Northwestern at 1-3-1 in conference play, a win in Evanston, Illinois, would get them back in the top five and put them in striking distance of the top four ahead of the Big Ten Tournament.
The cold, wind and rain didn’t stop the Rutgers women’s soccer team from securing back-to-back wins over the weekend. The No. 22 Scarlet Knights (12-2-2, 6-2-1) captured 1-0 wins against Purdue and Indiana with both goals scored in the first couple of minutes in overtime by junior forward Nneka Moneme.
The Rutgers men's soccer team got off to a rough start on the road, but came back from 2-0 down to tie Hartford 2-2 on Tuesday night.
Heading into its last two home matches before the Big Ten tournament, held in Piscataway, the Rutgers women’s soccer team has big goals. The No. 22 Scarlet Knights (10-2-2, 4-2-1) have had a great turnaround to record three consecutive conference wins and tie, after struggling in two early matchups at home.