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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).
In the Rutgers field hockey team's most recent win over Delaware on Sept. 30, 2018, two Netherlands natives jumped on the scoreboard rather quickly. The Blue Hens' (4-0) Femke Strien opened the scoring 11 minutes in, but then alumnus back Linde van Schaik tied up the game 5 minutes later.
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).
After one of its most historic seasons to date, the Rutgers field hockey team dropped a 5-0 loss to No. 5 UConn in the NCAA Tournament's first round on Friday afternoon.
On Sunday night, the NCAA Field Hockey Tournament selection show saved one of its best moments for last. Down to its last bracket, and its last at-large bid, the Rutgers field hockey team anxiously huddled together to hear its name called.
For the second time this season, the Rutgers field hockey team lost to Ohio State in overtime. This loss hurts a little bit more, though.
This weekend, the Rutgers field hockey team will travel to Columbus, Ohio to take on Ohio State in the quarterfinal round of the Big Ten Tournament.
Over the weekend, the Rutgers field hockey team capped off one of its most impressive seasons over the last 10 years by beating No. 7 Iowa on Friday and American on Sunday.
The Rutgers field hockey team will close out its Big Ten schedule on Friday, with a home game against Iowa. The game will carry serious seeding implications for the Big Ten Tournament.
With just two regular season games remaining on the year, it has already been a historic season for the Rutgers field hockey team. It has achieved something no other team has achieved under head coach Meredith Civico — winning 10 games.
For the first time since 2008, the Rutgers field hockey team has won 10 games in a season. And, after this 2-0 weekend, it currently has 11 wins on the season.
For 5 out of the last 6 years, the Rutgers field hockey team has finished the season with nine wins. The only anomaly in that stretch is during the 2015 season, where it won seven games.
For the first time since 2008, the Rutgers field hockey team has a chance to win 10 games in a season. Going 1-1 over the weekend, the Scarlet Knights moved their record to a solid 9-4, with four games remaining on their schedule.
Imagine leaving everything you’ve ever known — your friends, family, significant others. Imagine coming to New Jersey from another country, for the first time, by yourself, as an 18-year-old kid.
For the first time in program history, the Rutgers field hockey team received a No. 15 national ranking, its highest ever. The ranking comes after the Scarlet Knights (8-3, 1-3) defeated their third ranked team of the season with a win over No. 19 Delaware, 2-1.
Another weekend is in the books for the Rutgers field hockey team, and for the third weekend in a row, the No. 17 Scarlet Knights came out of the weekend having gone 1-1. The 1-1 split moves their record to 8-3 on the season.