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Greg Schiano is back on the Banks.
With fall ball now behind them, the Rutgers men's lacrosse team is now less than three months away from the start of its 2020 season.
One of the storylines during the Rutgers men’s basketball team's late-season resurgence last year was the promising play of the freshman class.
When most Rutgers fans were previewing the season, the key focus was on the impact key returning contributors, like junior guard Geo Baker and sophomore forward Ron Harper Jr., would have.
Ninety-five days ago, the Rutgers women's soccer team opened up its season at Yurcak Field against Central Connecticut State. On Friday night, the No. 4-seeded Scarlet Knights (15-4-2, 8-2-1) faced a rematch in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament. With this game, one team would see its season end with the same matchup with which it began.
For a moment, the Rutgers women's soccer team was back from the dead.
With the first regular season of head coach Jim McElderry's tenure now in the rearview mirror, the Rutgers men's soccer team now sets its sights on keeping its Big Ten Tournament hopes alive this weekend. First up on the docket is a date with the eighth-seeded Ohio State in the opening round play-in game this Saturday.
The most dangerous part of a soccer game is right after you take the lead.
As the regular season draws to a close for the Rutgers men's soccer team, with the Scarlet Knights (7-6-3, 1-5-1) producing positive results, one of the big themes of the 2019 campaign will be the infusion of young talent under first-year head coach Jim McElderry.
The Rutgers men's soccer was a game away from history.
When the Rutgers men's soccer team headed into the Big Ten play with a freshman-heavy roster, some growing pains were expected.
When the fourth quarter came to an end on Saturday, the Rutgers football team found itself in an unfamiliar position: On the right side of a 44-34 score in a late season win over Liberty at the SHI Stadium.
Coming into its game at Northwestern, the Rutgers men's soccer team was at a crossroads. After winning just 1 of their first 5 Big Ten games, the Scarlet Knights (7-4-3, 1-4-1) found themselves sixth in the conference. Tied with Northwestern at 1-3-1 in conference play, a win in Evanston, Illinois, would get them back in the top five and put them in striking distance of the top four ahead of the Big Ten Tournament.
The Rutgers men's soccer team got off to a rough start on the road, but came back from 2-0 down to tie Hartford 2-2 on Tuesday night.
The drought is finally over.
When the Rutgers men's soccer team kicked off its first season under new head coach Jim McElderry, it expected some growing pains.
Last season, starting quarterback Johnny Langan was a redshirt freshman at Boston College. Buried in the depth chart, he was asked by the coaching staff to consider switching to linebacker.
It’s been a rude awakening to life in the Big Ten.
After Saturday’s 52-0 loss to No. 19 Michigan, Rutgers Athletics Director Pat Hobbs fired former head coach Chris Ash and offensive coordinator John McNulty. With eight games left in the season, Hobbs selected tight ends coach Nunzio Campanile to lead the Rutgers football team through the remainder of the 2019 season.
The 2019 season had gotten off to a perfect start for the Rutgers men's soccer team. On an eight game unbeaten streak, the No. 22 Scarlet Knights (6-1-2, 0-1-1) found themselves ranked at No. 22 this week. It was their first season-opening eight game unbeaten streak since 1985.