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After three years hampered by injury, senior forward Brittany LaPlant is on a campaign to make up for lost time in her final season on the Rutgers women's soccer team. She made her first mark on that campaign with a shot that delivered the Scarlet Knights (3-0) a signature win in this early season as her game-winner in the 47th minute on Thursday night was all Rutgers needed to upset No. 11 Tennessee 1-0 at Yurcak Field.
The Jim McElderry era got underway in Philadelphia with a win tonight, as the Rutgers men's soccer team weathered a persistent Temple attack in the second half to defeat the Owls (0-1) 1-0 in the 2019 season opener.
Week one. A week with a unique aura in any football season. Every team has the same record, every player has the same stat line and every score is yet to go final. The predictions of beat writers and analysts across America are just that in week one, with a full season of opportunities ahead to be disproven. Can this year's Rutgers football team defy an entire off-season's worth of predictions? It starts in week one.
A contract with SHI International Corp netted the Rutgers Athletics Department more than $1 million in naming rights for this year, and social media made sure that Athletic Director Pat Hobbs earned every cent of it.
It was business as usual for the Rutgers women's soccer team on a sunny afternoon at Yurcak Field, as the Scarlet Knights (2-0) dominated Fordham in a 5-0 rout to earn their second consecutive win.
By the time Mozart was five, it was evident that he was gifted. Well, the same can be said for junior forward Amirah Ali, star of the Rutgers women’s soccer team.
"The year of the Ceeje"
Lightning struck twice on a stormy opening night as junior forward Amirah Ali hit both of the Rutgers women's soccer team's goals to defeat Central Connecticut in a 2-1 overtime victory.
Transferring into the Big Ten, a conference that boasts the most-ranked teams (seven) in this season's inaugural AP Top 25 Poll, can be intimidating. Especially when a loaded schedule competing against the likes of Michigan, Michigan State and Ohio State is a year-long commitment.
In football, availability is often cited as the best ability. In 2018, alumnus and current Minesota Vikings defensive back Isaiah Wharton became only the second Rutgers football team corner to make 48 consecutive starts. The first was alumnus Courtney Greene, who achieved the mark exactly one decade earlier.
What kicker should I take in my upcoming fantasy football draft? It is a question that is as old as fantasy football itself, yet many people still fall victim to the crapshoot that is selecting a kicker. Sometimes it feels like the odds of selecting a breakout kicker are seemingly lower than winning the Powerball.
Before the Rutgers football team starts up its training camp on July 31, head coach Chris Ash and several student athletes made the trip to the Hilton Chicago for the annual Big Ten Football Media Days.
The Rutgers men's lacrosse team saw its season end in disaster last night, losing to No. 1 Penn State in an 18-6 blowout at HighPoint.com Stadium.
With the Big Ten Championships on the horizon, there are several notable athletes on both the Rutgers men’s and women’s track and field teams that can potentially place highly or even nab a personal record, but there's one athlete in particular that has made his final year as a Scarlet Knight one to remember.
For the first time in the past five seasons, the Rutgers men’s golf team has a student athlete capture an end-of-season award from the Big Ten.
The Rutgers baseball team was eager to get back on track after being on the receiving end of a clean sweep against Michigan on the road this past weekend. The Scarlet Knights (18-24, 7-8) were able to emerge victorious against Rider, hanging on to win 5-4.
Halfway through the game, the Rutgers softball team looked like it lost all of its momentum when LIU Brooklyn took a 1-run lead over the Scarlet Knights (26-22, 9-11).
The Rutgers men's lacrosse team came into the 2019 season with one goal in mind: earn the program’s first NCAA Tournament spot since 2004.
After a 7:19.4 first-place finish at this past weekend’s quad meet in Princeton, the Rutgers rowing team’s Varsity 4 boat led by senior Mackenzie George was named Big Ten Boat of the Week on Tuesday.
The Rutgers men’s and women’s track and field teams head to Iowa City, Iowa for the Big Ten Championships, where some Scarlet Knights will make an appearance. This season, there have been monumental finishes, school records broken and personal records being made by both teams.