It all came down to one play.
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It all came down to one play.
Sophomore guard Briyona Canty was one of four Knights to finish in double figures last night, finishing with 12 points and 12 boards.
For the first time is program history, the Rutgers women’s basketball team is on the cusp of a WNIT Championship.
Sophomore forward Rachel Hollivay tallied nine rebounds and four blocks to help the Knights hold off Bowling Green in the WNIT.
Sophomore wing Kahleah Copper led Rutgers with 14 points in the Knights’ win last night at the Stroh Center. The victory sends RU to the semifinals, where it will face South Florida tomorrow in Tampa.
After struggling to secure a lead for the first 24 minutes last night in Ohio, the Rutgers women’s basketball team went on a 15-0 second-half run to pull away from Bowling Green and secure a 55-50 victory in the WNIT quarterfinals.
Sophomore guard Kahleah Copper said RU’s close win against SHU on Thursday bodes well for Rutgers’ chances in the WNIT.
As if withstanding 50 minutes of action, two overtimes, 11 ties and 18 lead changes Thursday against Seton Hall was not enough, the WNIT only gets tougher from here on out for the Rutgers women’s basketball team.
Syessence Davis bear hugs Briyona Canty after RU advances past its in-state rival and into the WNIT quarterfinals last night at the RAC. Rutgers plays Bowling Green next.
Guard Tyler Scaife shoots over Pirates guard Ka-Deidre Simmons. Scaife scored a career-high 29 points in Rutgers’ 91-79 victory.
Within seconds of the buzzer sounding one final time, Syessence Davis grinned ear-to-ear and bear-hugged Betnijah Laney. Other members of the Rutgers women’s basketball team made their rounds along the Louis Brown Center hardwood as emotions ran high.
Junior wing Betnijah Laney and the Knights can avenge last season’s loss at Seton Hall tonight in the NIT third round at the RAC. The rivals previously had no more scheduled meetings after Rutgers joined the AAC.
Head coach C. Vivian Stringer views the NIT as a helpful simulation of the rounds of the NCAA Tournament.
The rivalry was thought to be over once the Rutgers women’s basketball team left the old Big East for the AAC, but it turns out the Turnpike Tussle will have another chapter.
Sophomore wing Kahleah Copper eyes a layup last night at the RAC. Copper finished with game highs of 19 points and 12 boards to help Rutgers top Harvard and host Seton Hall on Thursday in the Round of 16 of the NIT.
Junior guard Syessence Davis dives for a loose ball. She scooped a game-high four steals.
Four days after head coach C. Vivian Stringer expressed frustration with how the Rutgers women’s basketball team uncharacteristically missed “bunnies” under the bright lights of the postseason, more shooting woes threatened a bitter ending.
Head coach C. Vivian Stringer said she believes the Knights are deserving of a spot in the NCAA Tournament. Rutgers tallied the most wins (22) since its 2007-08 season.
Junior wing Betnijah Laney and the Knights fared 1-6 against ranked opponents this season, including three losses to UConn.
For the first time in a long time, the Rutgers women’s basketball team awaits its NCAA postseason fate without much clarity.