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Returning to the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) for the first since defeating Coppin State in a game that showed the Rutgers women’s basketball team firing on all cylinders, the Scarlet Knights (3-0) took the lead early in their game against Niagara and never looked back.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The 2018-19 season was one filled with milestones for the Rutgers women's basketball team. The Scarlet Knights appeared in their 25th NCAA Tournament while finishing with a 13-2 record at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC).
The Rutgers men's and women's basketball teams unveiled their Big Ten opponents for the upcoming 2019-2020 season, marking Scarlet Knights' fifth season in the conference.
After a season of highs and lows, the Rutgers women’s basketball team’s 2018-2019 season has come to an end. Whether it was a change in roster, a switch in coaching or even what seemed to be an impossible win by the Scarlet Knights (22-10, 13-5), they were able to pull through despite adversities.
A roller-coaster filled season came to an end Friday for the Rutgers women’s basketball team, as it fell to Buffalo 82-71 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Storrs, Connecticut on Friday.
When the charges cleared, Caitlin Jenkins was proven an innocent woman, but one who had permanently lost her Rutgers basketball career. Now, all that remains for the future of her playing career is the hope of making it to the pros.
Last Saturday, the Rutgers women’s basketball team played No. 2 Iowa in its final game in the Big Ten Tournament. The No. 3 Scarlet Knights (22-9, 13-5) were able to come back from a 20-point deficit to give the Hawkeyes (26-6, 14-4) a close game, but inevitably flew home with a loss by 5 points.
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.
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.
The Rutgers women’s basketball team came out with a win on Thursday after a tough game against Minnesota, who previously defeated the Scarlet Knights (20-8, 12-5). The game came down to the final quarter, where Rutgers was able to come back from a 4-point deficit in the third quarter to win by 6 points.
Coming off a blowout win against Wisconsin, the Rutgers women's basketball team has a golden opportunity on Thursday night.
The Rutgers women’s basketball team hosted Wisconsin last night and came out with a 73-53 win. The Scarlet Knights (19-8, 11-5) came into this game after losing to Michigan last Thursday.
After an away game win for the Rutgers women’s basketball team, the Scarlet Knights (18-7, 10-4) head to Ann Arbor, Michigan to take on Michigan. The Wolverines (18-9, 9-6) are currently on a six-game winning streak, while Rutgers got back on track with its first win after a three-game losing streak.
On Monday, the Rutgers women’s basketball team played Indiana on its home court. The Scarlet Knights (18-7, 10-4) defeated the Hoosiers (17-10, 6-9) 69-61, a wider win margin than their previous games.
The Rutgers women’s basketball team faced Ohio State at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC). This is the third game without senior forward Caitlin Jenkins, as the No. 23 Scarlet Knights (17-7, 9-4) have now lost three straight games after falling to the Buckeyes (11-11, 7-6) 59-39.