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At halftime, the No. 18 Rutgers women’s basketball team found itself in a familiar position.
After 50 minutes on the Louis Brown Athletic Center hardwood, a thrilling rollercoaster ride finally came to an end.
Senior wing Betnijah Laney drives to the paint last night at the RAC. Laney corralled a program-record 24 boards along with 24 points in Rutgers’ loss to North Carolina for her seventh straight double-double this season.
Rutgers reached 100 points for the first time since 1995 in a 56-point throttling of Davidson at the RAC.
As the team’s leader in blocks with 2.5 per game, junior center Rachel Hollivay hopes to slow North Carolina in the paint.
Opening the season with six consecutive double-doubles, senior wing Betnijah Laney aims to stay hot when the Knights host the Tar Heels tonight at the RAC. Boasting an undefeated record and No. 6 ranking, North Carolina poses the biggest threat Rutgers has seen so far this year.
From the moment the No. 18 Rutgers women’s basketball team won the opening tip in its game this past Sunday, it cruised to a 100-44 decimation of Davidson.
Despite being in her 20th year as head coach at Rutgers, C. Vivian Stringer has instilled a sense of urgency in the Knights this season. After missing out on the NCAA Tournament last year, the Knights have blown out their competition on their way to a 6-0 start.
Sophomore guard Tyler Scaife answered with 23 points Sunday against Davidson after a subpar performance Friday where she shot 3-for-11 from the field.
In her 43 years as a head coach at the Division I level of women’s basketball, C. Vivian Stringer hasn’t always had the most talented teams.
Junior guard Syessence Davis finished with 11 points and eight assists for Rutgers.
With less than four minutes remaining in the game and one of the largest leads her team has had in her 20 years as head coach, C. Vivian Stringer unloaded her bench.
Traveling down to Baton Rouge, Louisiana, for its first road game of the season, the No. 22 Rutgers women’s basketball team was put to the test.
Sophomore guard Tyler Scaife led Rutgers with 16 points at LSU. Three other Knights finished with double-figure scoring.
Despite two blowout wins to begin the year, sophomore guard Tyler Scaife expects the Knights to come out with a sense of urgency in their first road game.
Traditionally, LSU has been known throughout the nation as a powerhouse in Division I women’s basketball.
The Knights defeated the Huskies by a score of 74-60. Senior Betnijah Laney led the way with 14 points and 13 rebounds.
Five minutes passed and C. Vivian Stringer decided enough was enough.
Sophomore guard Tyler Scaife dribbles past a Northeastern player last night at the RAC. Scaife led Rutgers with 15 points in the Knights’ win. She left with an apparent wrist injury early on, but returned to spark a 14-0 run.