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The Rutgers field hockey team has been finishing this season off with a bang. Last Friday, the No. 18 Scarlet Knights (10-6, 4-3) defeated Michigan, which would be their second-highest ranked win in Rutgers history. Then on Sunday, the Knights took on Temple and came out with another victory.
The Rutgers field hockey team is heading out to the Buckeye Varsity Field to take on No. 21 Ohio State. The No. 18 Scarlet Knights (6-6, 1-3) will be playing their closest ranked match this season but during an away game. While Rutgers is 2-3 in away games, it is only 3-3 at home.
This Friday and Sunday, the Rutgers field hockey team took on Indiana on Friday and No. 8 Northwestern on Sunday. Friday ended in success for the No. 19 Scarlet Knights (6-6, 1-3). It was a hard-fought battle down to the last minute, when Rutgers scored the final goal for a 3-2 game score, but Sunday was a tough loss.
This past weekend, the Rutgers field hockey team traveled to Iowa City, Iowa, for two games. The first was against No. 7 Iowa, where the No. 18 Scarlet Knights (5-5, 0-2) lost in a close battle 2-1. The second game on Saturday was against UC Davis, and Rutgers was able to come out with a 1-0 win to have a better ending to its travels in Iowa.
The Rutgers field hockey team has a busy schedule for this upcoming weekend. As they head to Iowa City, Iowa, to take on No. 7 Iowa on Friday, the No. 18 Scarlet Knights (4-4, 0-1) will also play on Saturday against UC Davis.
This past weekend, the Rutgers field hockey team had a tough loss on its home turf against No. 4 Maryland. The No. 18 Scarlet Knights (4-4, 0-1) had a tough run and a close game against one of the highest-ranked teams in the country, which just goes to show how far Rutgers has come this year.
The Rutgers field hockey team had a win that made history. The No. 18 Scarlet Knights (4-3) faced off, and came out with a win against New Jersey rival: then-No. 6 Princeton. This game tied last year’s record of the highest-ranked win in Rutgers field hockey history, when the Tigers (3-4) were ranked No. 6.
After a milestone win at Princeton, the Rutgers field hockey team will stay in Piscataway for another ranked matchup, this time against No. 4 Maryland. The Terrapins (8-1) have just come off of an overtime win against the No. 10 Princeton, which will drive them as well as the No. 18 Scarlet Knights (4-3) to reach for a victory.
The Rutgers field hockey team faced off against No. 6 Princeton at Princeton’s Bedford Field, where the stands were full of both orange and scarlet. With such a huge rivalry between the two schools, it was definite that the fans would be there to witness the game.
The Rutgers field hockey team has had a tough schedule so far, and it definitely doesn’t stop soon. In their upcoming game, the No. 21 Scarlet Knights (3-3) will face off against No. 6 Princeton (3-1). These are the two sisters that will head down to Princeton for this New Jersey rivalry.
For this upcoming weekend, the Rutgers field hockey team will travel down to Princeton to go up against New Jersey rival, No. 6 Princeton (3-1). The No. 21 Scarlet Knights (3-3) have had a tough schedule this far, but this game in particular has a bit of a past for both teams.
The Rutgers field hockey team split its weekend slate, going up against No. 9 Delaware and Monmouth. The No. 21 Scarlet Knights (3-3) were edged out by the Blue Hens (5-0) 1-0, but secured a 2-1 victory against the Hawks (4-2) down by the beach.
After two road losses for the Rutgers field hockey team, it will finally head home for another ranked match against No. 9 Delaware. The Blue Hens (4-0) swept their opponents and will present a challenge to the No. 21 Scarlet Knights (2-2).
The Rutgers field hockey team headed over to Storrs, Connecticut and Philadelphia to face off against No. 4 UConn and No. 17 Saint Joseph's, coming away with its first two losses of the season. The No. 19 Scarlet Knights were shut out by the Huskies on Friday night, and finished up the road trip with a loss in Philadelphia.
With the Rutgers field hockey team starting with two successful games of the season, it's going to face its most challenging team yet. This Friday, in Storrs, Connecticut, the No. 19 Scarlet Knights (2-0) will compete against No. 4 UConn.
The Rutgers women’s field hockey team has had a successful year so far against both No. 24 Maine (0-2) and Ball State. The No. 19 Scarlet Knights (2-0) were able to outlast these two teams, but it was a closer match against the Cardinals (1-1).
With the Big Ten Championships on the horizon, there are several notable athletes on both the Rutgers men’s and women’s track and field teams that can potentially place highly or even nab a personal record, but there's one athlete in particular that has made his final year as a Scarlet Knight one to remember.
The Rutgers men’s and women’s track and field teams head to Iowa City, Iowa for the Big Ten Championships, where some Scarlet Knights will make an appearance. This season, there have been monumental finishes, school records broken and personal records being made by both teams.
This past weekend, the Rutgers women’s track and field team raced at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia. There, the Scarlet Knights earned school records and personal records.
When the Rutgers track and field teams traveled to Charlottesville, Virginia for the Virginia Challenge, there were only a few team members of the men’s and women’s teams that competed. There was a first-place win, which senior John Mooers earned in the discus event.