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The Rutgers women’s basketball team has 19 total wins on the season. One more would all but assure the Scarlet Knights (19-8, 9-6) a spot in the NCAA Tournament. In order for them to secure it over their next two games against Wisconsin and Iowa, here’s what needs to happen:
The Rutgers women’s basketball team returned to the Banks to face Ohio State on Saturday and came out of the contest one step closer to its NCAA Tournament hopes.
The Rutgers women’s basketball team lost at Northwestern last night by a final score of 82-65. The Scarlet Knights (18-8, 8-7) got thoroughly outplayed on both sides of the floor by the No. 18 Wildcats (23-3, 13-2), who are now a half-game behind No. 7 Maryland for first place in the Big Ten.
After securing a victory at home against Michigan on Sunday, the Rutgers women’s basketball team will travel to face Northwestern tomorrow in what will be its last road game of the season.
Before yesterday’s matchup with Michigan, the Rutgers women’s basketball team had lost 5 of its last 7 games, with its most recent defeat coming at the hands of Michigan State on the Spartans’ (12-12, 5-8) home court.
Junior guard Arella Guirantes is leading the Rutgers women’s basketball team in points per game (PPG) and total blocks, while also averaging the second most rebounds per game (RPG) in the 22 contests she’s appeared in. In addition, Guirantes is averaging the most minutes per game on the team, playing 2.5 more than her teammate with the next-highest total.
The last few weeks for the Rutgers women’s basketball team have been examples of how competitive the Big Ten can be.
The Rutgers women’s basketball team lost on the road to Maryland on Sunday by a final score of 79-50.
When looking at the Rutgers women's basketball team's roster, many aspects of it stick out: Junior guard Arella Guirantes is the second leading scorer of the Big Ten, averaging 19.4 points per game (PPG). It has height, with senior center Jordan Wallace towering at 6-foot-3-inches and junior forward Mael Gilles at 6-foot-1-inch. It can pass, as demonstrated by graduate student guard Khadaizha Sanders's recording of her 388th assist last Sunday in the double overtime loss at Minnesota.
The last time the Rutgers women’s basketball team faced Penn State, the Scarlet Knights (16-5, 6-4) were facing a program sitting at an 8-9, 0-1 record to start off the year.
Before Sunday’s game with Minnesota, the Rutgers women’s basketball team had played against Michigan State, Michigan and Illinois. It had lost to both Spartans (11-10, 4-6) and Wolverines (14-7, 5-5), which both as of now, have worse records than the Scarlet Knights (16-5, 6-4).
After losing by its largest margins of the season in the past two games, the Rutgers women’s basketball team looks to restore itself to its former glory Thursday at 7 p.m. in the Rutgers Athletic Center.
Six days after taking on Michigan State at home, the Rutgers women’s basketball team faced Michigan on the road for an opportunity to rebound from a loss that featured a lack of bench production to go along with a weak defensive showing.
Less than one week after falling to Michigan State on the Rutgers women’s basketball team’s home court, the Scarlet Knights (15-3, 5-2) will travel to face Michigan on Sunday at 2 p.m. in what will be another Big Ten matchup.
For only the second time this season, the Rutgers women’s basketball team lost at the Rutgers Athletic Center.
A week full of wins for the Rutgers women’s basketball team was capped off with a victory Sunday afternoon against Towson.
After a dominant performance on the beach, the Rutgers women’s basketball team returns to the Banks to face Virginia in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge, beginning a four-game homestand at the Scarlet Knights' (6-1) home court.
The Rutgers women’s basketball team has a new set of silverware to eat its Thanksgiving meal with.
The Rutgers women’s basketball team has been dominant starting the season.
The Rutgers women’s basketball team has featured a talented and diverse group of players to start the 2019-20 season.