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After a long summer, the college basketball season is almost upon us. With November approaching, the Rutgers men's basketball team is poised to have a statement season. By coming out hungry, the Scarlet Knights have the chance to let the Big Ten know that they're not a joke.
The Rutgers men’s soccer team returns to non-conference action tonight as it heads to Connecticut for a matchup against Hartford.
Returning from its Midwest journey, the Rutgers women’s soccer team remained unbeaten on the road to capture a win and a tie against Iowa and Nebraska over the weekend.
When the Rutgers wrestling team welcomes Centenary, LIU and Pitt-Johnstown to the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) for a quad meet, it will mark the Scarlet Knights' sixth season in the Big Ten.
This Friday and Sunday, the Rutgers field hockey team took on Indiana on Friday and No. 8 Northwestern on Sunday. Friday ended in success for the No. 19 Scarlet Knights (6-6, 1-3). It was a hard-fought battle down to the last minute, when Rutgers scored the final goal for a 3-2 game score, but Sunday was a tough loss.
This past weekend, the Rutgers volleyball team had an opportunity to come away with a statement win against fellow Big Ten rival Ohio State, along with an equally important victory the following night against Maryland.
The drought is finally over.
If there was any indication that the Rutgers football team would play the spoiler role in Indiana's homecoming game, it was immediately eliminated from redshirt junior offensive lineman Michael Maietti's first snap of the contest.
This is one of those dreadful times of the fantasy season where it seems like just about every offense in the league has been tampered with in some way. Whether it be due to a high ankle sprain (Saquon Barkley), turf toe (Devante Adams), concussion (a whole slew of guys) or just a lackluster season thus far (Kirk Cousins).
The vibe around the Rutgers men’s basketball team this preseason seems to be a mixture of optimism and determination.
Turning momentum back around, the Rutgers women’s soccer team returned to the national rankings after capturing two consecutive Big Ten matches last week.
When the Rutgers football team, led by redshirt freshman quarterback Johnny Langan, took the field for its first offensive play against Maryland this past Saturday, one key asset to the backfield and the receiving group watched from the sidelines: Junior running back Raheem Blackshear.
Facing a stacked conference within the Big Ten, the Rutgers men's basketball team had more wins last year in conference than it did in the past four seasons (seven).
After three straight matches against No. 5 Penn State, No. 2 Nebraska and No. 7 Minnesota, the Rutgers volleyball team will be hoping to catch its breath this Friday in a statement game at the Banks against fellow Big Ten rival Ohio State.
The buzz around true freshman guard Paul Mulcahy started in 2017, after several unofficial visits. If you google the first-year's name at any point prior to his first step on campus as an official member of the Rutgers men's basketball team, you would see videos depicting his crafty passes and his fearlessness in running through the paint to convert a floater.
This upcoming season for the Rutgers wrestling team will include a mixture of excitement and high expectations.
When the Rutgers men's soccer team kicked off its first season under new head coach Jim McElderry, it expected some growing pains.
Last February, three former Rutgers football team standouts and alumni won Super Bowl LIII with the New England Patriots — Devin McCourty, Jason McCourty and Duron Harmon.
This past weekend, the Rutgers field hockey team traveled to Iowa City, Iowa, for two games. The first was against No. 7 Iowa, where the No. 18 Scarlet Knights (5-5, 0-2) lost in a close battle 2-1. The second game on Saturday was against UC Davis, and Rutgers was able to come out with a 1-0 win to have a better ending to its travels in Iowa.