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With the non-conference season coming to a close, the Rutgers women’s soccer team is ready to storm the field for the Big Ten season. The No. 19 Scarlet Knights (6-0-1) are at the top of the conference and are key contenders to claim their first Big Ten title at home.
One more non-conference match to go before the Big Ten season rolls around for the Rutgers women’s soccer team. The No. 19 Scarlet Knights (5-0-1) will play Delaware on Sunday at 3 p.m. for their third straight road game of the season.
Playing to double-overtime, the Rutgers women’s soccer team was left at a standstill against Princeton on Saturday night. The No. 21 Scarlet Knights (5-0-1) ultimately settled for a 0-0 game in their first on the road matchup and first tie of the season.
Three goals. Two minutes.
After four wins at Yurcak Field, the Rutgers women’s soccer team is piling on its confidence in the polls and on the field.
With a laser-focused vision, the Rutgers women’s soccer team is on a mission. The Scarlet Knights (4-0) claimed their fourth consecutive win of the season at home in a 1-0 shutout against Providence.
Halfway through the game, the Rutgers softball team looked like it lost all of its momentum when LIU Brooklyn took a 1-run lead over the Scarlet Knights (26-22, 9-11).
The Rutgers softball team was unable to win the series against Indiana over the weekend, but did clinch the final game on Sunday afternoon for a 5-2 win to close out Game Three. Going into last weekend, the Scarlet Knights (25-22, 9-11) won 7 of the last 8 games and have now put that stat to 8 of 10.
Winning the last 7 of 8 games, the Rutgers softball team will keep the ball rolling as the Scarlet Knights (24-20, 8-9) head to Bloomington, Indiana to face Indiana on a three-game stint.
At the end of every season is an opportunity to reflect and grow. The Rutgers tennis team may have finished at the bottom of the conference, but not without taking some big steps in the right direction.
It’s the end of the road for the Rutgers tennis team. Dropping both of their matches against Indiana and Purdue with a 5-2 score, the Scarlet Knights (9-12, 1-10) are out of the Big Ten Tournament. This weekend marks the completion of Rutgers' 2018-2019 season, finishing the spring with one conference win against Nebraska.
Two matches await in Indiana for the Rutgers tennis team’s final weekend of Big Ten competition. The Scarlet Knights (9-10, 1-8) will face Indiana on Saturday at 11 a.m. before serving up their last match against Purdue on Sunday at noon.
Four Big Ten match wins — that is the amount of victories the Rutgers tennis team has under its belt since joining the Big Ten in 2014.
Another weekend, another pair of Big Ten losses for the Rutgers tennis team this past weekend. The Scarlet Knights (9-10, 1-8) fell to No. 14 Michigan, 4-0, on Saturday and Michigan State, 5-2, on Sunday in a gritty set of matches that left Rutgers on the court for nearly three hours.
After playing two matches in the Midwest last weekend, the Rutgers tennis team will serve up competition against No. 14 Michigan and Michigan State this weekend at the Rutgers Tennis Complex.
From the moment she picked up a tennis racquet, she knew this was where she was supposed to be. For Sydney Kaplan, a freshman on the Rutgers tennis team, her natural ability to hit the ball over the net came at a young age.
The Rutgers tennis team captured its first Big Ten road win this past weekend against Nebraska on Sunday, but was unable to defeat Iowa on Friday.
As the Rutgers gymnastics team stayed in New Jersey, sophomore Belle Huang ventured out into uncharted territory to compete at the NCAA Regionals hosted by the University of Georgia over the weekend.
A humble being whose actions speak louder than words. If sophomore Belle Huang was described in one sentence, that would be it.
Six more matches. Six more opportunities to make the Big Ten tournament.