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Just 13 short days following the U.S. Open women's final, head coach Hilary Ritchie commenced her fourth season at the helm of the Rutgers tennis program. The Scarlet Knights embarked on a short drive down U.S. Route 1 to Princeton for a three-day tournament hosted by the Tigers, at the Lenz Tennis Center.
With the firing of the starting pistol on Aug. 30 at the Lehigh Invitational, another season began for the Rutgers men's cross country team.
With the non-conference season coming to a close, the Rutgers women’s soccer team is ready to storm the field for the Big Ten season. The No. 19 Scarlet Knights (6-0-1) are at the top of the conference and are key contenders to claim their first Big Ten title at home.
Prior to the 2019 season, the Rutgers volleyball team had not had a winning percentage above .250 in the four years that it had been a part of the elite Big Ten Conference. Against teams in that conference, the Scarlet Knights (6-3) had an all-time record of 1-99, and were coming off quite a dreadful end to the 2018 season, losing 20 straight matches to a list of schools that included Minnesota, Illinois, Penn State, Wisconsin and Nebraska.
The Rutgers women’s soccer team continued to dominate with a double overtime win over Delaware on Sunday. The double overtime win gives the No. 19 Scarlet Knights a 6-0-1 record with five wins at home and one draw. As Rutgers continues to play consistently, the wins just keep on coming.
Head coach Jim McElderry began his head coaching career with a 1-0 loss to Manhattan in 2003. Then, his last game against the Jaspers (0-3) in the final year of his tenure at Fordham was a 1-0 loss last season on a goal in the final minute last September.
The Rutgers men's soccer team keeps on winning.
The Rutgers field hockey team split its weekend slate, going up against No. 9 Delaware and Monmouth. The No. 21 Scarlet Knights (3-3) were edged out by the Blue Hens (5-0) 1-0, but secured a 2-1 victory against the Hawks (4-2) down by the beach.
While the 2019 Rutgers Hall of Fame class didn't include any female inductees, an offer of induction was extended to a former Scarlet Knight, but she declined, according to a department spokesperson.
Coming into this season, the Rutgers men's soccer team found itself with a freshman-heavy roster and several crucial holes to fill. One of the big questions heading into the 2019 season was who would win the starting goalkeeper job, and how they would perform once the season got underway.
Before the game against Elon last weekend, head coach Jim McElderry was cautiously optimistic about where his team was at through the first two games. The Rutgers men's soccer team grinded its way to two wins against Drexel and Temple on the road, but felt as if its performance still had plenty of room for improvement.
One more non-conference match to go before the Big Ten season rolls around for the Rutgers women’s soccer team. The No. 19 Scarlet Knights (5-0-1) will play Delaware on Sunday at 3 p.m. for their third straight road game of the season.
What an entertaining start to the 2019 NFL season. Week one was an emotional roller coaster for many fantasy owners worldwide. We witnessed the complete and utter collapse of the Cleveland Browns, along with a couple of thrilling performances by unlikely candidates.
After two road losses for the Rutgers field hockey team, it will finally head home for another ranked match against No. 9 Delaware. The Blue Hens (4-0) swept their opponents and will present a challenge to the No. 21 Scarlet Knights (2-2).
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.