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Big Ten Championships are around the corner, and the Rutgers gymnastics team has only two weeks left to finalize its lineups. For some of the Scarlet Knights, this will be their biggest meet of the season, but their hope is to get the entire team through to NCAA regionals afterwards.
The Rutgers women’s lacrosse team traveled to Harrisonburg, Virginia to face No. 4 James Madison over the weekend, ending in a tight 10-7 loss to the Dukes. The Scarlet Knights (4-4), coming off a win against Monmouth, took on the Dukes (6-1) but couldn’t keep up to the final whistle.
For its first set of back-to-back competitions this season, the Rutgers gymnastics team showed zero signs of faltering from one meet to the next.
This past weekend on Saturday, the Rutgers women’s softball team faced off in the Buccaneer Classic in Johnson City, Tennessee. Although their games on Friday and Sunday were canceled, the Scarlet Knights (12-9) still played on Saturday and won both games.
Sunday, March 10 will go down as a revered day in the 89-year history of Rutgers wrestling. At the 2019 Big Ten Championships in Minnesota, two Scarlet Knights made claim to their spots in the pantheon of college wrestling as the first pair of Rutgers wrestlers to each finish as conference champions in program history.
Mathematically speaking, the worst case scenario transpired for the Rutgers men’s basketball team over the final week of the regular season.
An exciting weekend for the Rutgers women’s basketball team came to a disappointing finish, but the glass still very well could be half-full.
Having a mixed set of results over its Maryland road trip, the Rutgers tennis team dominated Towson (2-7) with a 7-0 win on Friday, but fell just as hard to the Terrapins (3-8, 1-0) in a 6-1 loss the next day.
The Rutgers men's lacrosse team defeated Princeton 9-8 Saturday afternoon to claim the Meistrell Cup over its in-state rivals at HighPoint.com Stadium. The game was ultimately a story of two halves, as the No. 20 Scarlet Knights (4-2) took control early only to withstand a late push from the Tigers (2-3) in the fourth period.
Today and tomorrow, the Rutgers men’s track and field team will be traveling to Birmingham, Alabama for the NCAA Championships. This will be the last indoor meet of the season before the Scarlet Knights head into their outdoor season. They remain unranked for the remainder of the indoor season.
What looked like a near guarantee now looks like steep hill to climb when it comes to the Rutgers men’s basketball team’s chances of getting a first-round bye in next week’s Big Ten Tournament.
This weekend, the Rutgers wrestling team will travel to Minneapolis, Minnesota to compete in the 2019 Big Ten Championships. All 10 wrestlers will compete for the No. 18 Scarlet Knights (12-6, 5-4) each looking to punch their ticket to the national tournament in Pittsburgh, which is in two weeks.
Down by 18 at halftime against Penn State, the Rutgers men’s basketball team looked dead in the water.
How different will Rutgers football look when spring practice starts tomorrow? Three months removed from concluding a 1-11 season, head coach Chris Ash will be leading the 105th Rutgers football team and the sixth as part of the Big Ten.
After ending the regular season on a three-game winning streak, the Rutgers women’s basketball team heads into the Big Ten Tournament with a double bye, meaning that it will not take the court at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, Indiana until the third round.
This weekend will be a test for many members of the Rutgers wrestling team. The Big Ten Tournament takes place at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis.
The Rutgers men’s basketball team is nearing the end of its third season under the management of head coach Steve Pikiell, and the future hasn’t looked this bright in Piscataway in a long time.
Fifth-year senior midfielder Casey Rose has made a name for himself over the past three years as a talented and dedicated lacrosse player. Last season, he finished fourth on the Rutgers men's lacrosse team with 21 goals and 28 points to his name, including three games with hat tricks.
The Rutgers women’s lacrosse team traveled to Vidas Field in Philadelphia and fell to Drexel 18-12 this past Saturday. Despite being outshot 42 to 27, the Dragons (2-2) capitalized on multiple scoring runs to hold off the Scarlet Knights (3-3).
The Rutgers men's lacrosse team got a much-needed victory on the road last Saturday, defeating Fairfield 8-4 in a defensive showdown. This win ends a two-game skid for the No. 20 Scarlet Knights (3-2) and could generate momentum as they look toward another two-game home stand.