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For the first time in more than 40 years, the Rutgers men’s basketball team has landed a spot in the AP poll’s latest top 25 ranking. The No. 24 Scarlet Knights (14-4, 5-2) found out Monday morning that they were ranked nationally. After not having a winning season the past few years, the culture is finally settling in for Rutgers. Head coach Steve Pikiell expressed his thoughts on the team’s latest accomplishment.
It was another productive day at the office for the Rutgers men’s basketball team on Sunday. With the 64-56 defeat against Minnesota at the sold-out Rutgers Athletic Center, the Scarlet Knights (14-4, 5-2) improved to a 13-0 record at the RAC, their best start at home in program history.
The Rutgers gymnastics team is having its best start to the season since 2014, and it doesn’t look like the Scarlet Knights are slowing down anytime soon.
The Rutgers wrestling team captured victories in all 125-pound bouts but was unable to come up with a team win over the weekend against Cornell and Big Ten rival Penn State.
On Dec. 3, head football coach Greg Schiano was officially named as the next person to usher in the newest era of Rutgers football.
In its first Big Ten matchup of the season, the Rutgers men’s basketball team suffered a 77-65 loss at No. 11 Michigan State on Sunday night. The momentum was going back and forth throughout much of the game, with four lead changes.
Despite the loss versus Michigan State, graduate student forward Akwasi Yeboah had his breakout game in a challenging environment to play in. Suffering its 10th loss in a row against the Spartans (6-3), the Rutgers men’s basketball team did have some positive takeaways from a double-digit loss in Michigan.
A week full of wins for the Rutgers women’s basketball team was capped off with a victory Sunday afternoon against Towson.
After starting the season off strong, the Rutgers men's basketball team has a tough stretch coming up.
The Rutgers wrestling team's start to its 2019-20 Big Ten dual season couldn't have gone any better than what 5,405 fans saw on display at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC). The Scarlet Knights (6-0, 1-0) captured seven individual wins en route to a 28-11 win over Maryland on Saturday night.
Even after the conclusion of the introductory press conference of new football head coach Greg Schiano, the question of how exactly the Rutgers football team was going to attract top-ranked prospects from around the country was still left lingering in the minds of those seeking a solution to the very important issue for the Scarlet Knights (2-10, 0-9).
With winter break rapidly approaching, the Rutgers men's basketball team will have three recruits going into the new year.
The Rutgers men’s basketball team lost its second road game of the season on Tuesday night, falling to Pitt in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge at the Petersen Events Center. Although sophomore guard Ron Harper Jr. and sophomore center Myles Johnson each recorded double-doubles, the Scarlet Knights (6-2) could not maintain a lead against the Panthers (7-2).
Greg Schiano is back on the Banks.
After a dominant performance on the beach, the Rutgers women’s basketball team returns to the Banks to face Virginia in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge, beginning a four-game homestand at the Scarlet Knights' (6-1) home court.
On Tuesday, the same day that head coach Greg Schiano was officially announced at the helm of the Rutgers football team, four student-athletes garnered Big Ten awards given at the end of the regular season.
Between 2001 and 2011, head coach Greg Schiano coached 83 student-athletes on the Rutgers football team who made the leap from collegiate football to the NFL. Here are several of them along with some more recent alumni and former players.
It may not have had the season that it hoped for, but the Rutgers women’s soccer team rewrote the record books thanks to contributions from one of the strongest senior classes in program history. The Scarlet Knights (15-4-2, 8-2-1) had a nation-leading defensive system and were still powerhouses at the top of the field as well.
With fall ball now behind them, the Rutgers men's lacrosse team is now less than three months away from the start of its 2020 season.
The Fantasy playoffs are finally upon us, and hopefully, you were fortunate enough to make them. Truthfully, there isn’t much to talk about at this point in the season. The playoffs are certainly not the time to be tinkering with your lineup.