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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.
Coming into its match against Michigan, the Rutgers volleyball team and head coach CJ Werneke and came out with a purpose, looking to emulate some of the success that had been enjoyed earlier in the season when a three-match losing streak was snapped with a six-match winning streak.
In a little more than a month and a half, college basketball will return to the Banks. The Rutgers men's basketball team will host Bryant on Nov. 7 at the Rutgers Athletics Center (RAC), in what many anticipate to be a promising season.
This season has been challenging for the Rutgers football team. After losing to Boston College 30-16 last Saturday, the Scarlet Knights (1-2, 0-1) find themselves on a 15-game Power 5 losing streak. Their last Big Ten win was almost two years ago against Illinois.
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.
With its undefeated streak slashed, the Rutgers women’s soccer team is eager to get back on track in a Big Ten kind of way. The No. 20 Scarlet Knights (7-1-1, 1-1-0) will face off against Maryland at 7 p.m. on Saturday at Yurcak Field for their last home game before heading to Penn State.
Coming into its final non-conference game of the season, the Rutgers men's soccer team was riding high. Seven games into the year, they found themselves still unbeaten — a feat not seen on the Banks since 1987.
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With stomachs full of food from the Livingston Dining Commons, the Rutgers men’s cross country team, composed mostly of underclassmen and lead by seniors Andrew Comito and Cole Pschunder, heads out to run.
When the Rutgers women's lacrosse team starts its fall slate this weekend, there will be a new leader at the helm.
From Sunday’s game against Wisconsin, it’s clear that the Rutgers women’s soccer team’s greatest strength and weakness is its defense. As one of the best defense systems in the nation, there were moments where the No. 13 Scarlet Knights (7-1-1, 1-1-0) absolutely shined, and at other times, they left huge gaps for the Badgers (6-2-1, 2-0-0) to sweep in.
Head coach Scott Goodale has signed a contract until 2023-24, further ensuring his position at the helm of the Rutgers wrestling team.
For fans of the Rutgers football team, it’s another Monday asking where it all went wrong. Despite a career-high 304 passing yards from sophomore quarterback Artur Sitkowski, the Scarlet Knights (1-2, 0-1) lost 30-16 to Boston College at SHI Stadium.
Redemption time came around for the Rutgers women’s soccer team on Friday night. The No. 13 Scarlet Knights (7-1-1) captured a 2-0 win against Minnesota in Rutgers’ first conference game of the season. But after seven straight wins, the team put an end to its undefeated season, losing to Wisconsin 2-1, Sunday afternoon.
The last time the Rutgers men's soccer team played a Big Ten game, it was playing out the string of a four-win season with a loss to Penn State.
On July 19, at the second day of Big Ten Media Days held at the Hilton Chicago, head coach Chris Ash addressed his expectations for what was the upcoming 2019 season, one which many believed could determine his future on the Banks.
Next man up. That's the mentality of any player thrust into the starters role going into game day.
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.
The unexpected five-game win streak that propelled the Rutgers men’s soccer team back into the top 25 came to an end on Tuesday night, as the No. 24 Scarlet Knights (5-0-1) drew UPenn 1-1 on the road.