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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.
The Rutgers football team welcomed an undefeated No. 17 Minnesota team for the first-ever meeting between the two inter-division Big Ten teams in Piscataway.
The Rutgers field hockey team is heading out to the Buckeye Varsity Field to take on No. 21 Ohio State. The No. 18 Scarlet Knights (6-6, 1-3) will be playing their closest ranked match this season but during an away game. While Rutgers is 2-3 in away games, it is only 3-3 at home.
The Rutgers men's soccer team got off to a rough start on the road, but came back from 2-0 down to tie Hartford 2-2 on Tuesday night.
Cross country is never a well-spectated sport, especially in the college world.
The Rutgers football team has gone up against its fair share of talented passing offenses. Iowa's quarterback Nate Stanley threw for more than 250 yards and three touchdowns in week two action. Michigan's Shea Patterson also threw in the 200s for passing, checking in at 276 passing yards and one touchdown at Michigan Stadium.
As the Rutgers men’s basketball team is gearing up for the start of the season, it's still working hard to improve on certain areas of weakness from last year.
Amid the losing woes for the Rutgers football team this season, between its 16 straight Big Ten losses and the firing of former head coach Chris Ash, the special teams unit has consistently been a bright spot.
Heading into its last two home matches before the Big Ten tournament, held in Piscataway, the Rutgers women’s soccer team has big goals. The No. 22 Scarlet Knights (10-2-2, 4-2-1) have had a great turnaround to record three consecutive conference wins and tie, after struggling in two early matchups at home.
After a long summer, the college basketball season is almost upon us. With November approaching, the Rutgers men's basketball team is poised to have a statement season. By coming out hungry, the Scarlet Knights have the chance to let the Big Ten know that they're not a joke.
The Rutgers men’s soccer team returns to non-conference action tonight as it heads to Connecticut for a matchup against Hartford.
Returning from its Midwest journey, the Rutgers women’s soccer team remained unbeaten on the road to capture a win and a tie against Iowa and Nebraska over the weekend.
When the Rutgers wrestling team welcomes Centenary, LIU and Pitt-Johnstown to the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) for a quad meet, it will mark the Scarlet Knights' sixth season in the Big Ten.