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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.
The last time the Rutgers volleyball team won a match against a school in the Big Ten was on Oct. 21, 2015. That was more than four years ago.
The Rutgers field hockey team has been finishing this season off with a bang. Last Friday, the No. 18 Scarlet Knights (10-6, 4-3) defeated Michigan, which would be their second-highest ranked win in Rutgers history. Then on Sunday, the Knights took on Temple and came out with another victory.
After suffering six consecutive losses since Aug. 30, the Rutgers football team seemed to be going in the same direction as last season, which resulted in a 1-11 overall record.
When the calendar hits October, the Rutgers men's and women's basketball teams are in full swing to return to the hardwood. To entice students to attend the first home game of the season at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC), the Scarlet Knights participate in NBA All-Star Game-like competitions at MidKnight Madness, held at the original home for the basketball teams: the College Avenue Gymnasium.
When the fourth quarter came to an end on Saturday, the Rutgers football team found itself in an unfamiliar position: On the right side of a 44-34 score in a late season win over Liberty at the SHI Stadium.
Last season, the Rutgers women’s basketball team finished the year with some unfinished business. Despite compiling a 22-10 overall record with a 13-5 record in the Big Ten, the Scarlet Knights were unable to put a bow on a noteworthy season.
Before the Rutgers men’s basketball team tips off against Bryant, a member of the Northeast Conference, it will have already sold out one game this season.
As the Rutgers gymnastics team prepares for its second season under head coach Umme Salim-Beasley, the Scarlet Knights chose two seniors, Shannon Farrell and Kaitlyn Hall, to be captains for the 2019-2020 season.
With only the four championship races left on its schedule, the Rutgers men's cross country team has begun to step closer to some goals it set out at the onset of the season.
The Rutgers baseball team had a 2019 regular season that was unanticipated to most, to say the absolute least.
This past Saturday night, the Rutgers volleyball team took a flight to Ann Arbor, Michigan, where it faced a program that had a 12-5 record on the season, with seven of those wins coming at Michigan’s home court heading into the match.
Since joining the Big Ten, the Rutgers men’s basketball team has not had a winning conference record. Having a total conference record of 16-76 during their tenure in a new conference, ironically, within the past five home openers, the Scarlet Knights posted a 4-1 record.
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.
With college basketball starting in less than a month, the Associated Press released its annual preseason Top 25 Rankings. Teams receiving votes are ranked in order, with the highest amount of votes resulting in a top ranking.
Amid all the turbulent changes within the coaching staff and the strong possibility that two of the Rutgers football team's top student athletes, sophomore quarterback Artur Sitkowski and junior running back Raheem Blackshear, have not played since September, several new faces have emerged from the second tier of the depth chart.
While the Rutgers football team has used three different quarterbacks this season — and could opt for a fourth depending on this week's practice reps — its upcoming opponent has consistently brought out one of the nation's underrated passers, Liberty's Stephen Calvert, along with the rest of the offense.
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.
This past weekend, the Rutgers football team came into its game against No. 17 Minnesota with a desire to flip the script on the season in terms of defensive production. The team had been outscored by 145 points in their previous six games, and the Scarlet Knights’ (1-6,0-5) defensive unit sought to limit the damage in what would have to be another tough-fought battle against their opponent.