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With the first regular season of head coach Jim McElderry's tenure now in the rearview mirror, the Rutgers men's soccer team now sets its sights on keeping its Big Ten Tournament hopes alive this weekend. First up on the docket is a date with the eighth-seeded Ohio State in the opening round play-in game this Saturday.
The Rutgers wrestling team started its season with three wins in its home quad meet over Centenary, LIU and Pitt-Johnstown.
The Rutgers men's basketball and wrestling teams will feature the Big Ten Super Saturday slate at Madison Square Garden (MSG) on Feb. 1, 2020. The Scarlet Knights will get accustomed to playing and wrestling at the Garden, dubbed The Mecca of Basketball, for the next two years.
While nine members of the Rutgers wrestling team took to the mat for the first time in a scarlet singlet, seven embarked on a short drive down Route 1 South for the Princeton Open on Sunday.
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 most dangerous part of a soccer game is right after you take the lead.
One down. Two to go. The Rutgers women’s soccer team defeated Indiana in a 1-0 shutout on Sunday afternoon at Yurcak Field. Scoring the game-winning goal was not the No. 16 Scarlet Knights (15-2-2, 8-2-1), but the Hoosiers’ (8-9-2, 4-5-2) Madeline Carlson on a big mistake that cost Indiana its spot in the tournament.
For the first 30 minutes in its fourth game cast as the visitors this season, the Rutgers football team looked poised to turn the script on the road. Outside of SHI Stadium, the Scarlet Knights (2-7, 0-6) have not won on the road since in this Midwest setting of Champaign, Illinois, back on Oct. 14, 2017.
Nine freshmen made their debuts in a Scarlet singlet, eight of whom captured their first wins on the Banks as the Rutgers wrestling team opened its 2019-20 campaign with three non-conference wins in front of its home fans at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC).
As the regular season draws to a close for the Rutgers men's soccer team, with the Scarlet Knights (7-6-3, 1-5-1) producing positive results, one of the big themes of the 2019 campaign will be the infusion of young talent under first-year head coach Jim McElderry.
Tracks are supposed to be constructed of rubber and provide a soft landing for runners. Rutgers track sophomore Patrick Walsh honed his craft on what was barely a track at all.
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 Rutgers men's soccer was a game away from history.
The Rutgers men’s basketball team expressed excitement, yet cautious optimism during its Media Day on Oct. 29.
With another week in the books, it should be pretty clear whether or not your fantasy team is a playoff contender. If it isn’t, then I guess at this point you just want to salvage your fantasy dignity and avoid finishing in last place. But if it is, good work so far, this has been a hectic fantasy season to say the least, and there is still more work to do.
The Rutgers wrestling team opens its 2019-2020 season at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) for the annual RU Quad, as three non-conference foes — Centenary, LIU and Pitt-Johnstown — will visit Piscataway on Saturday with the first match scheduled for 10 a.m.
As Los Angeles Clippers star Kawhi Leonard said, “Board man gets paid.”
With the Big Ten Tournament just around the corner, the Rutgers women’s soccer team is hungry for its first conference championship at home. The No. 16 Scarlet Knights (14-2-2, 8-2-1) have had one of their best conference seasons since joining the Big Ten.
When the Rutgers men's soccer team headed into the Big Ten play with a freshman-heavy roster, some growing pains were expected.
One of the key assets of the Rutgers football team’s offense the past several years, independent of its sub -.500 records, was the strength of the running game. And this showed time and time again this past Saturday.