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The Rutgers baseball team is attempting to improve its roster despite the ongoing coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic. On Friday, head coach Steve Owens welcomed the addition of graduate transfer left-handed pitcher Ben Wereski, who was named an Honorable Mention All-Ivy League selection in 2019. Wereski is set to join the Scarlet Knights in the fall.
As the world looks to fight the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), professional sports leagues are looking for ways to make up for time lost due to the pandemic. MLB and its commissioner Rob Manfred are proposing radical changes to scheduling and travel for the 30 teams in the league.
The world is changing and so is the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).
The Rutgers wrestling team got a little heavier as redshirt freshman heavyweight Boone McDermott has committed to the Scarlet Knights.
While the Rutgers football team did not see any players selected in the NFL Draft, two Scarlet Knights signed as undrafted free agents, continuing their football journeys. Fifth-year seniors defensive lineman Willington Previlon and offensive lineman Kamaal Seymour both earned contracts this past weekend after the draft.
As the Rutgers men’s basketball team builds off of a noteworthy season, the Scarlet Knights saw more recognition for their efforts on the court. The Met Basketball Writers Association named head coach Steve Pikiell All-Met Coach of the Year, adding to junior guard Geo Baker earning All-Met First Team honors and sophomore guard Ron Harper Jr. earning All-Met Second Team accolades.
As head football coach Greg Schiano puts together the final touches on his 2021 recruiting class, he has gotten a number of three-star recruits committed to the Rutgers football program. After securing four new players in early February, Schiano has worked on getting the Scarlet Knights back to their mid-2000s form.
After a high school eligibility fight and one season on the Rutgers women’s basketball team, former Scarlet Knights true freshman center Maori Davenport has found her home at Georgia.
Since the cancellation of the winter sports season due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, members of the Rutgers women’s basketball team have earned recognition and awards. Recently, it was announced that the Scarlet Knights’ assistant coach Nadine Domond will be inducted into the Connecticut Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame alongside six other people who have had noteworthy careers in Connecticut and afar.
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.
With a ticket punched to the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships thanks to a 22-9 overall record, graduate student 197-pounder Jordan Pagano was looking forward to having a shot at a national championship. Pagano earned the No. 17 seed and was slated to go up against Rider's No. 16 seed Ethan Laird in the first round. Like last year’s NCAA champion Anthony Ashnault, Pagano wanted to finish off his final year at the top.
After a regular season that saw him compile a 26-10 record, true freshman 133-pounder Sammy Alvarez was able to claim the 10th seed at the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships before the event was canceled due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
Although the Rutgers men's basketball team was denied its expected entry into the NCAA Tournament, fans were cut a break on Sunday when four-star prospect, 6-foot-10-inch center Cliff Omoruyi announced on Twitter that he was committing to play on the Banks. Omoruyi is one of the most noteworthy recruits for head coach Steve Pikiell and presents an opportunity for the Scarlet Knights to build off of one of their best seasons in years.
In an off-season that has left fans with no sports to watch, fans have instead been able to watch recruits flock to the Rutgers football team.
Junior guard Joey Downes had been with the Rutgers men’s basketball team since 2016. With the season being cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic, he looks back on his time wearing the scarlet and white. Sharing stories about his teammates and also head coach Steve Pikiell, Downes's account gives an insight into his years with the Knights. Being one of the veterans on a young team, Downes is excited to see what his former teammates have to offer for the 2020-21 season and beyond.
While most Rutgers men's basketball fans are disappointed at not seeing their Scarlet Knights playing in the NCAA Tournament, on Tuesday they received a small consolation when head coach Steve Pikiell was awarded the Jim Phelan National Coach of the Year Award.
When the Rutgers men's basketball team went back into the locker room after the Big Ten Tournament was canceled on March 12, Athletics Director Pat Hobbs was right there with it. He had to witness the season end earlier than expected.
Before the Big Ten Championships over spring break, one more competition awaits the Rutgers gymnastics team at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC). Honoring seniors Shannon Farrell, Kaitlyn Hall and Erin McLachlan, the Scarlet Knights will compete in their last home meet against Yale and Brown at 7 p.m. tomorrow.
The indoor season has ended for all of the Rutgers men’s and women’s track and field athletes, except for three.
With the Rutgers women’s basketball team’s exit from its conference tournament this past Thursday, the Scarlet Knights (22-9, 11-7) will now look toward Selection Monday for their seeding in the NCAA Tournament.