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The first year of the head coach Jim McElderry era had gotten off to an unexpected start. Despite boasting a large freshman class and a grueling three-game road trip, the Rutgers men's soccer team came into its home opener against Binghamton last night on a three-game winning streak — its first in 23 years.
The 2019 Rutgers Hall of Fame class was announced today, and it recognizes three accomplished individuals and two historic teams in the history of the University, but what it lacks is any women.
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.
As the Rutgers women’s soccer team has gotten off to a strong start, the team has benefitted from excellent play all over the field. The No. 21 Scarlet Knights (5-0-1) have a deep roster both on defense and offense, which has allowed the team to stay fresh and play consistently.
In just his second start as the Rutgers football team’s quarterback, graduate student McLane Carter suffered a concussion, according to NJ Advance Media, in the final minutes of the first half in a 30-0 loss to No. 20 Iowa. He completed his first two starts as a Scarlet Knight (1-1) going 26-46, for 362 yards with two touchdowns and four interceptions.
When asked about how he felt about his team after winning their first two games of the season, head coach Jim McElderry emphasized that the Rutgers men's soccer team is a work in progress.
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.
Playing to double-overtime, the Rutgers women’s soccer team was left at a standstill against Princeton on Saturday night. The No. 21 Scarlet Knights (5-0-1) ultimately settled for a 0-0 game in their first on the road matchup and first tie of the season.
Three goals. Two minutes.
Last week, sports editors Jackson Thompson and Jake Schmied went 3 for 6 on predictions against UMass. An opponent like the Minutemen could lead one to predict a lot of things to in favor of the Rutgers football team, but things get a little harsher with an opponent like No. 20 Iowa.
No. 20 Iowa's Kinnick Stadium is the seventh-largest Big Ten venue for college football, notorious for serving as a hostile environment.
When it comes to fantasy football, there's truly more to it than just football. Regardless of whether you take part in a league with friends and family, or just a random league you found on ESPN. The goal is always the same, to win the ever so coveted fantasy football championship.
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.
Sophomore running back Isaih Pacheco will look to continue his Heisman campaign on the road this week as the Rutgers football team travels to Iowa City, Iowa to take on No. 20 Iowa in its first conference action of the season.
If you’re looking for an elite defender capable of playing for a national team in the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, you won’t have to look around for long. Senior defender Chantelle Swaby is your answer, and she isn't your average soccer player.
Typically, when a new coach takes over a struggling program, he’s working with a combination of holdovers from his predecessor and promising — but inexperienced — freshmen. Short-term expectations are minimal, and the focus is on player development and talent evaluation.
4. September 23, 2012: Rutgers 35-26 Arkansas
The Rutgers men's soccer team played the second game in a three-game road trip Monday night, defeating Drexel 2-1 in Philadelphia.
Just several days after the Rutgers football team broke its 11-game losing streak in a 28-point victory over UMass, junior running back Raheem Blackshear was selected to the Pro Football Focus (PFF) Big Ten Team of the Week.
With a laser-focused vision, the Rutgers women’s soccer team is on a mission. The Scarlet Knights (4-0) claimed their fourth consecutive win of the season at home in a 1-0 shutout against Providence.