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The home opener for the Rutgers gymnastics team was lit up this past weekend at the Livingston Recreation Center. The Scarlet Knights hosted a dual meet against No. 15 Nebraska and boasted a score of 194.325 in a close battle that fell short of the Huskers’ score of 194.850.
The things that will be giving Rutgers' campus some life over the coming break are the hard-working athletes, coaches and faculty of the Athletics department. While the semester comes to a close, the winter sports season will be in full swing as the Scarlet Knights will host several high-profile sporting events before classes resume on Jan. 22.
On Tuesday, the Rutgers Athletic Department announced Rutgers gymnastics head coach Louis Levine will not be returning next year.
After collecting its first victory of the season last week over Towson, Ursinus and Western Michigan, the Rutgers gymnastics team will aim to keep its winning streak alive during a busy upcoming weekend with two meets scheduled.
The Rutgers gymnastics team finally broke through for its first win of the season on Saturday, beating Towson, Ursinus and Western Michigan after putting up a season-best 194.800, sweeping all four events.
Coming off its tough loss against No. 16 Auburn last Friday, the Rutgers gymnastics team heads back to Piscataway this Saturday to host a quad meet at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC).
It was quite a scene at Auburn Arena Friday night, as a crowd of more than 5,000 packed the house as the Rutgers gymnastics team dropped a tough one, losing to No. 16 Auburn, 196.575 to 194.225.
For the first time since 2014, the Rutgers gymnastics team will be heading to a SEC school this Friday for a primetime 8 p.m. head-to-head matchup against Auburn. Not only will it be its first trip to a SEC school since 2014, but it will actually be its first visit to the state of Alabama since 1998, the last time it took the trip to Auburn University.
Although the Rutgers gymnastics team’s total score went down from last week, it still put on a good show in College Park, Maryland, to take home second-place honors in its quad meet on Sunday.
The Rutgers gymnastics team continues to improve as the season progresses, as it posted a season-high score of 194.800 on Saturday to take home second place in its fourth meet of the year.
The Rutgers gymnastics team returns to Piscataway this Saturday — after two straight weeks on the road — to host a quad-meet with Ohio State, West Chester and Wisconsin-Whitewater.
Junior Libby Groden's performance just keeps getting better and better. The all-arounder continued to impress this season as she scored a 39.050 at her third NCAA Regionals as a member of the Rutgers gymnastics team.
For the third straight year, junior Libby Groden will represent the Rutgers gymnastics team at the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Regionals in West Virginia this Saturday at 4 p.m.
For the first time since 2006, the Rutgers gymnastics team hosted a conference championship on Saturday as all ten schools in the Big Ten Conference traveled to Piscataway to take part in the Big Ten Championships at the Rutgers Athletic Center.
With one final meet separating the Rutgers gymnastics team and the Big Ten Championships, it’s time for all hands on deck as the Scarlet Knights (10-11, 1-4) head to Iowa City, Iowa for the Big Five Meet on Saturday at 4 p.m., set to be televised live on the Big Ten Network.
After a busy weekend of traveling that saw two meets in two cities, the Rutgers gymnastics team ended on a high note as it now gets ready to gear up for one final meet before the Big Ten Championships, set to take place at the Rutgers Athletic Center on March 18.
After a strange couple of weeks that had a Sunday meet quickly followed by a Friday meet, the Rutgers gymnastics team will have to deal with some scheduling oddities once again this weekend.
It was the same story for the Rutgers gymnastics team that visited Towson University this past Friday night. The Scarlet Knights (10-8, 1-4) tallied a score of 194 or higher, now a six-meet streak, but once again, it was not enough to record the victory.
After a short week of practices, the Rutgers gymnastics team is headed on the road once again, the second of five consecutive meets away from Piscataway, as it travels to Maryland to face the Towson Tigers Friday night at 7 p.m. inside the SECU Arena.
For the fifth consecutive week, the Rutgers gymnastics team eclipsed the 194 mark. But on Sunday afternoon against Illinois-Chicago, it wasn’t enough, as the Scarlet Knights (10-7, 1-4) narrowly fell to the Flames (2-10) by a score of 194.275-194.200.