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For the first 110 minutes of the NCAA Tournament first round match between the Rutgers men’s soccer team and LIU Brooklyn, the crowd at Yurcak Field was as loud as ever, despite the horrific weather conditions throughout the night.
Surviving and advancing is one of the notable mantras used to describe how teams approach tournament-style play.
It’s been four years in the making, but it was worth the wait.
When the Rutgers men’s soccer team fell, 4-0, to Ohio State Friday in the semifinals of the Big Ten Tournament, the guaranteed portion of its schedule came to a close.
Entering its first Big Ten Tournament semifinal in program history, the No. 18 Rutgers men’s soccer team knew it had to remain focused and follow the game plan for 90 minutes if it wanted a shot to reach the finals.
PISCATAWAY — On Friday the 13th, there was nothing unusual from the No. 9 Rutgers women’s soccer team as it opened NCAA Tournament play on its home turf at Yurcak Field.
Looking to put the loss to Penn State in the Big Ten Championship game behind it quickly, the No. 9 Rutgers women’s soccer team is set to host Fairleigh Dickinson on Friday in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
There’s a first time for everything.
Around this time last year, members of Rutgers men’s soccer team had already taken off their cleats for the final time.
A loss in such a high magnitude game like the Big Ten Championship game could have potentially damaging effects for a team, but the No. 7 Rutgers women’s soccer team plans to put the loss behind them as quickly as possible.
The move to the Big Ten just two short years ago brought much fanfare and attention to Rutgers.
Aside from a black banner displayed across from the crowd on the opposite border of the field reading, “BIG TEN MEN’S SOCCER TOURNAMENT,” nothing really deviated from the usual at Yurcak Field.
What goes up, must come down.
For a team filled with talent and high expectations, the No. 7 Rutgers women’s soccer team has been able focus in on each game throughout the season as if it were the most important one on the schedule.
The Rutgers men’s soccer team entered College Park on Wednesday with a chance to make history by becoming the first program in school history to win a Big Ten regular season title in any sport and earn the top seed in the Big Ten Tournament.
After being named to the Big Ten All-Freshman Team, defender Kenie Wright hopes to aid Rutgers during the postseason push.
After fighting through a rough first season in the Big Ten, junior midfielder Erik Sa is happy to be playing meaningful soccer on the final matchday of the regular season. The Knights fight for the top seed and home-field advantage throughout the Big Ten Tournament, which starts this weekend.
Sophomore forward Jason Wright, who leads the Big Ten and ranks third nationally in goals with 13, hopes to add to his tally against the Terrapins.
The collegiate soccer season is a grind.
Decision day — the day the dust settles and everything is put into place — is here.