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With 10 weeks in the books, I can say with certainty that this has been one of the most grueling fantasy seasons I’ve ever experienced. Somehow I have managed to be ranked top 3 in all of my leagues. Nevertheless, it seems as though there have been more key injuries and letdowns this year than ever before. The only players that were picked top 10 in fantasy drafts, and have actually lived up to their expectations, are Christian McCaffrey and Michael Thomas. Every other player has either been hurt or just simply hasn’t produced. With that being the case, this was really a year that tested the managing capabilities of fantasy owners, and the work doesn’t stop now. Similarly to last week, there are a decent amount of superstars on a bye, so this will be another week where the waiver wire is crucial. As usual, I will include my start/sit predictions at the end of the column.
The stage was set for the Rutgers women’s soccer team to claim the Big Ten title at Yurcak Field, but that dream crumbled when Michigan scored the game-winning goal in overtime. The aspiration for that title may be behind the No. 15 Scarlet Knights (15-3-2, 8-2-1), but the NCAA tournament ahead is an even bigger prize.
On the heels of a game Saturday afternoon full of career highs, landmark wins and triple-digit scores against Coppin State, the Rutgers women’s basketball team looks to keep the momentum rolling.
What a series it was for the Rutgers men’s basketball team!
The Rutgers men's basketball team is two games into head coach Steve Pikiell's fourth season on the Banks. The Scarlet Knights (2-0) started the season with two wins over mid-major conference schools, showcasing their new talent in both games.
The Rutgers men’s basketball team kicked off its season with two home wins over Bryant and Niagara, winning 73-71 and 86-39, respectively.
The last time the Rutgers women’s basketball team played a game on its own home court was on Feb. 28. The Scarlet Knights (2-0) faced Minnesota, and were able to come away with a win after a close fourth quarter between the two programs created for some excitement when Rutgers was able to pull ahead late in the game off the leadership of junior guard Arella Guirantes, who was then a sophomore.
For a moment, the Rutgers women's soccer team was back from the dead.
The Rutgers field hockey team entered the Big Ten postseason tournament with a top 20 ranking and a 10-7 overall record this season. But, the No. 16 Scarlet Knights (10-8, 4-4) made an early exit in the Big Ten Tournament, falling 3-1 in a close game to Northwestern.
Rutgers women’s basketball head coach C. Vivian Stringer came into her matchup against South Alabama with a total of 499 wins while at the helm of the program, since she first took over for it in 1995.
The Rutgers men’s cross country visited Columbus, Ohio, last weekend at the Big Ten Championships.
The Rutgers women’s soccer team is suiting up its armor and swords for Friday afternoon’s battle at Yurcak Field. The No. 16 Scarlet Knights (15-2-2, 8-2-1) and Michigan will go head-to-head at 1:30 p.m. for the Big Ten semifinal match, after the other semifinal match between Purdue and Penn State.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year!
With the first regular season of head coach Jim McElderry's tenure now in the rearview mirror, the Rutgers men's soccer team now sets its sights on keeping its Big Ten Tournament hopes alive this weekend. First up on the docket is a date with the eighth-seeded Ohio State in the opening round play-in game this Saturday.
The Rutgers wrestling team started its season with three wins in its home quad meet over Centenary, LIU and Pitt-Johnstown.
The Rutgers men's basketball and wrestling teams will feature the Big Ten Super Saturday slate at Madison Square Garden (MSG) on Feb. 1, 2020. The Scarlet Knights will get accustomed to playing and wrestling at the Garden, dubbed The Mecca of Basketball, for the next two years.
While nine members of the Rutgers wrestling team took to the mat for the first time in a scarlet singlet, seven embarked on a short drive down Route 1 South for the Princeton Open on Sunday.
Last year, the Rutgers women’s basketball team opened its season with a game against St. Francis — a school that had gone a respectable 24-10 in the previous year. The Scarlet Knights won that matchup by a final score of 96-52 and went on to accumulate a 22-10 overall record for the rest of the season.
The most dangerous part of a soccer game is right after you take the lead.
One down. Two to go. The Rutgers women’s soccer team defeated Indiana in a 1-0 shutout on Sunday afternoon at Yurcak Field. Scoring the game-winning goal was not the No. 16 Scarlet Knights (15-2-2, 8-2-1), but the Hoosiers’ (8-9-2, 4-5-2) Madeline Carlson on a big mistake that cost Indiana its spot in the tournament.