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Rutgers heads home for contest with Northwestern

(02/06/20 1:35am)

The Rutgers men’s basketball team will be back at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) on Sunday for the first time in nearly two weeks to host Northwestern. The Scarlet Knights (16-7, 7-5) are in desperate need of a win after two consecutive losses that dropped them out of the AP Top 25 Poll rankings. Luckily for them, the Wildcats (6-15, 1-10) are last place in the Big Ten and are only 1-6 away from home. They have also lost six consecutive games.



Rutgers' Mack shows no shortage of emotions in consistent 2019-20 campaign

(02/06/20 1:27am)

When looking at the Rutgers women's basketball team's roster, many aspects of it stick out: Junior guard Arella Guirantes is the second leading scorer of the Big Ten, averaging 19.4 points per game (PPG). It has height, with senior center Jordan Wallace towering at 6-foot-3-inches and junior forward Mael Gilles at 6-foot-1-inch. It can pass, as demonstrated by graduate student guard Khadaizha Sanders's recording of her 388th assist last Sunday in the double overtime loss at Minnesota.


Rutgers squanders late-game opportunity in loss to No. 9 Maryland

(02/05/20 4:33am)

The Rutgers men’s basketball team traveled to face Maryland on Tuesday night, losing 56-51. The Scarlet Knights (16-7, 7-5) had a chance to be the first team to defeat the No. 9 Terrapins (18-4, 8-3) at home this season after going into halftime ahead 25-20. After a back-and-forth second half, Rutgers could not keep up with Maryland’s late scoring push and ultimately dropped its second-straight game.



Looking ahead after Rutgers' loss to Michigan

(02/05/20 4:24am)

The Rutgers sports teams were 0-2 at Madison Square Garden for the Big Ten Super Saturday event last weekend, as members of the wrestling team met the same fate on the mat as the members of the men’s basketball team did on the hardwood. The No. 23 Scarlet Knights (8-5, 3-4), now 0-5 all time against Michigan, fell to the No. 25 Wolverines (6-3, 5-1) 21-16 in New York City.