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The Rutgers women’s basketball team hosted Saint Francis at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) for the first game of the season. The Red Flash (1-1) had come into the game with a win already in their pockets, but the Scarlet Knights (1-0) crushed the visitors in the season opener and came out with a 96-52 victory.
The Rutgers women’s basketball team will be playing its first game of the season on Tuesday in the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) against St. Francis.
Despite a loss in the conference tournament, the Rutgers women’s basketball team is assured of playing at least another game this season thanks to its body of work. The only question is: in what tournament?
Although it is not quite NCAA tournament time yet, the No. 9 seed Rutgers women’s basketball team survived a fourth-quarter surge to fend off No. 8 seed Purdue in the second round of the Big Ten Championships to advance to the quarterfinals, winning the game 62-60.
On Thursday, March 1 at noon, the Rutgers women’s basketball team will head to Indianapolis to take on Purdue in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament. The Scarlet Knights are the ninth seed while the Boilermakers are the eighth seed.
If there’s one thing to take away from the Rutgers women’s basketball team’s regular season finale, it’s that it will need to make a big impression in the Big Ten Tournament in order to safely make the NCAA Tournament.
The Rutgers women’s basketball team has a chance to win its 20th game of the season this Sunday, playing the final regular-season game on the road at Northwestern.
Last night, Tyler Scaife of the Rutgers women’s basketball team had arguably one of the best games of her career. On Senior Night at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC), in front of a home crowd, the fifth-year senior guard scored a career-high 30 points.
As the end of the regular season draws closer, the Rutgers women’s basketball team finds itself in a favorable position to make the NCAA Tournament.
Coming off of last season’s incredibly disappointing 6-24 season, the Rutgers women's basketball team has certainly turned things around this season.
When the game started, it looked like the Rutgers women’s basketball team was heading down the path to another loss, and this time it would be to a team with a dismal conference record instead of a team that was nationally ranked. But unlike in previous games, it battled back and earned a big win.
On Wednesday, the Rutgers women’s basketball team will travel to Madison to take on Wisconsin.
While a quick glance at the box score from the Rutgers women’s basketball team against No. 10 Maryland suggests disappointment, head coach C. Vivian Stringer was quick to say that there were a lot of positives from her team’s loss yesterday.
The Rutgers women’s basketball team entered Thursday night's game riding the high of an upset win at home, and was trying to pull off a similar upset on the road. But, it was unable to replicate what caused its success last Sunday.
After snapping a four-game losing streak and getting its first win over a ranked team in three years, the Rutgers women’s basketball team will be going for two in a row.
It’s pretty apparent to anyone watching a Rutgers women’s basketball game that if there’s one player who stands out, it’s fifth-year senior guard Tyler Scaife, and national organizations have started to take notice as well.
After suffering disheartening loss after disheartening loss, the Rutgers women’s basketball team finally managed to put it all together for what is arguably its best win of the season so far.
When in the midst of a slump, the last thing a team needs is a game against one of the best teams in the country, but for the Rutgers women’s basketball team, that’s exactly what happened.
The Rutgers women’s basketball team is currently experiencing its worst stretch of the season, having lost three straight games and 4 of its last 5. And it doesn’t get any easier anytime soon.
The Rutgers women’s basketball's head coach C. Vivian Stringer is just six wins shy of 1,000 career coaching victories in Division I women’s basketball. She currently sits sixth all time in wins after coaching basketball for 47 seasons.