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Before the Big Ten Championships over spring break, one more competition awaits the Rutgers gymnastics team at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC). Honoring seniors Shannon Farrell, Kaitlyn Hall and Erin McLachlan, the Scarlet Knights will compete in their last home meet against Yale and Brown at 7 p.m. tomorrow.
The Rutgers gymnastics team won both of its meets over the weekend with back-to-back scores of 195. The Scarlet Knights hosted a tri-meet at the Gymnasium on the College Avenue campus, posting a score of 195.625 in the win against Southern Connecticut State and Cornell on Friday.
Another one bites the dust. For its first Big Ten match on the road, the Rutgers tennis team couldn’t deliver a single point against Minnesota on Friday. The Scarlet Knights (8-4, 0-3) were swept 7-0 by the Golden Gophers (11-3, 2-0), closing out all of their singles matches within two sets.
Dropping a midweek Big Ten match and picking up a non-conference win, the Rutgers tennis team fell 6-1 to Nebraska at home on Wednesday before capturing a 5-2 road win against Delaware on Sunday.
The Rutgers gymnastics team wasted no time coming off of its Big Five meet last weekend. Posting their second highest score of the season, the Scarlet Knights proved to be fierce road competition on Sunday.
The Rutgers tennis team showed who's on top in New Jersey this past weekend against Seton Hall. Competing at the East Brunswick Racquet Club, the Scarlet Knights (7-2, 0-1) quickly swept the Pirates (1-8, 0-1) 7-0 on Friday.
The Rutgers gymnastics team may have fallen short in surpassing any Big Ten opponents at the Big Five meet in Toledo, Ohio, this past weekend, but the Scarlet Knights were still able to walk away with a new school vault record of 49.225 to add to their total team score of 193.625.
As the Rutgers gymnastics team reaches the midpoint of its season, the clock is ticking for the Scarlet Knights to step up in a B1G way on the mat. Rutgers will head to Toledo, Ohio, to compete at the Big Five meet on Friday at 7 p.m. at the Huntington Center.
Competing in a pair of matches over the weekend, the Rutgers tennis team fell 5-2 to Maryland in its Big Ten opener on Friday but came back around for a clutch 4-3 win against Penn the following day.
After facing a grueling doubleheader on Friday, the Rutgers tennis team pulled away with wins against both NJIT and Binghamton. The Scarlet Knights (5-1) defeated the Highlanders (3-2) 4-1 in the morning before sweeping the Bearcats (1-7) 7-0 just hours later.
Although the Rutgers gymnastics team didn’t clinch the win at its home meet this past weekend, its seniors stole the show with three event titles against Michigan State. The Scarlet Knights totaled a team score of 193.800, but weren’t able to surpass the Spartans’ mark of 195.675.
On its road trip to the state of Rhode Island, the Rutgers women’s tennis team suffered its first loss of the season but swept the competition just a day later. The Scarlet Knights (3-1) fell 4-3 to Brown on Saturday before sweeping Rhode Island in a dominating 7-0 victory on Sunday.
For its third consecutive road match over the past two weeks, the Rutgers gymnastics team went out with a bang. The Scarlet Knights posted their second-highest and top-five overall team score while competing away against Penn State. The total score of 195.700 also marks the team’s highest mark it's reached this season.
From hardships to highlights, the Rutgers gymnastics team is still fighting strong in the early half of its season. The Scarlet Knights (1-1, 1-1) will go up against Penn State in University Park, Pennsylvania at 7 p.m. on Friday.
A school record and a stellar beam lineup highlighted the Rutgers gymnastics team for its away meets against Michigan and Penn over the weekend. The Scarlet Knights (1-0) fell to the No. 9 (4-0-0, 2-0) Wolverines on Friday, posting a team score of 192.950, but came back around to record a 193.575 against the Quakers on Sunday.
At home and on the road, the Rutgers women's tennis team was able to start off its 2020 season with two wins against Army and Drexel. The Scarlet Knights (2-0) immediately picked up from where they were last year, showing big improvements in their doubles matches.
Two weeks into the season, the Rutgers gymnastics team is already breaking records. The Scarlet Knights started off the year with their highest season-opening score since 2014 and only look like they’re going up from there.
The Rutgers gymnastics team is having its best start to the season since 2014, and it doesn’t look like the Scarlet Knights are slowing down anytime soon.
It may not have had the season that it hoped for, but the Rutgers women’s soccer team rewrote the record books thanks to contributions from one of the strongest senior classes in program history. The Scarlet Knights (15-4-2, 8-2-1) had a nation-leading defensive system and were still powerhouses at the top of the field as well.
When there is change, you can either embrace it or run away from it. The Rutgers gymnastics team learned last year what change can do to a team that embraces a shift in leadership. Head coach Umme Salim-Beasley walked in with an entirely new staff and a vision to make the Scarlet Knights rise from the bottom of the Big Ten.