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In the 2019 season, the Rutgers baseball team finished the year with a record of 20-31 overall and 9-14 in the Big Ten. Losing 6 of their final 7 games played, the Scarlet Knights capped off their fifth-straight nonwinning season with a sweep at the hands of No. 21 Indiana, a school that had come into the series 14 games more than .500.
It has been 11 years since Greg Schiano last held the head coaching position for the Rutgers football team.
Going into its game on Saturday in University Park, Pennsylvania, the Rutgers football team sought to end the season with a competitive game against Penn State, one of the nation's historic college football powerhouses.
As the Rutgers football team took the field at SHI Stadium one last time in the program’s game against Michigan State on Saturday afternoon, certain members of the Scarlet Knights (2-9, 0-8) were able to relish in the pregame ceremonies that would give the seniors a heartwarming reunion with their family members at the center of the field.
The Rutgers women’s basketball team has been dominant starting the season.
The Rutgers women’s basketball team has featured a talented and diverse group of players to start the 2019-20 season.
The No. 2 football program in the nation came to the Banks on Saturday to oppose a Rutgers football team that was in the midst of a season that had seen only two victories, seven losses and the firing of its head coach leading up to its game this past weekend.
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.
The last time the Rutgers volleyball team came into a match, it captured its first conference win in over four years. With that victory in the past, and another match coming up this Friday against No. 8 Nebraska in the Cornhuskers’ (16-3, 8-2) home state, it remains to be seen whether or not the Scarlet Knights (7-14, 1-9) will be prepared enough to shock another opponent in what will assuredly be one of the biggest upset victories of the year in Division I volleyball.
The last time the Rutgers volleyball team won a match against a school in the Big Ten was on Oct. 21, 2015. That was more than four years ago.
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 Rutgers baseball team had a 2019 regular season that was unanticipated to most, to say the absolute least.
This past Saturday night, the Rutgers volleyball team took a flight to Ann Arbor, Michigan, where it faced a program that had a 12-5 record on the season, with seven of those wins coming at Michigan’s home court heading into the match.
This past weekend, the Rutgers football team came into its game against No. 17 Minnesota with a desire to flip the script on the season in terms of defensive production. The team had been outscored by 145 points in their previous six games, and the Scarlet Knights’ (1-6,0-5) defensive unit sought to limit the damage in what would have to be another tough-fought battle against their opponent.
This past weekend, the Rutgers volleyball team had an opportunity to come away with a statement win against fellow Big Ten rival Ohio State, along with an equally important victory the following night against Maryland.
After three straight matches against No. 5 Penn State, No. 2 Nebraska and No. 7 Minnesota, the Rutgers volleyball team will be hoping to catch its breath this Friday in a statement game at the Banks against fellow Big Ten rival Ohio State.
Three days after it opposed the No. 2-ranked school in the nation, the Rutgers volleyball team traveled to Minneapolis Saturday night to face No. 7 Minnesota in what was going to be another tough battle for head coach CJ Werneke and his players. Looking for their first Big Ten win on the season, the Scarlet Knights (6-9, 0-4) hoped to finally capture the victory that had been eluding them all year.
The Rutgers volleyball team traveled to State College, Pennsylvania, this past Saturday to face No. 5 Penn State in what was assuredly going to be a very lopsided win for the Nittany Lions (9-2, 2-0) long before either team took the court.