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In its last game against Michigan State, the Rutgers women's basketball team was unable to come back from a 10-point deficit in the fourth quarter. So when the Scarlet Knights were down 13 heading into the fourth quarter on Tuesday night, the circumstances were not uncharted territory. This time though, there was no magic at the Rutgers Athletic Center, as Rutgers fell to Iowa by a score of 71-59.
Coming off its most impressive victory of the season, the Rutgers women’s basketball team will look to keep the momentum going when Iowa comes to Piscataway for the 7 p.m. tip-off on Tuesday night.
Anything can happen at the Rutgers Athletic Center.
One game removed from one of their best shooting performances ever, the Rutgers women’s basketball team couldn’t find any success behind the arc and were blown out by Illinois, 78-41 in Champaign Saturday afternoon.
The Rutgers women’s basketball team is a completely different group than the one that started the season.
Judging by the way the beginning of the season went, some began to worry that the Rutgers women’s basketball would struggle to win a Big Ten game this year.
It was a tale of two halves for the Rutgers women’s basketball team but not in a favorable way. A strong first half pushed it ahead of visiting Temple by 8 points but a dismal second half was the reason they dropped a 48-37 contest to the Owls on Saturday afternoon at the Rutgers Athletic Center.
In a game where two key players, including starting point guard Shrita Parker, were out with injuries, the Rutgers women’s basketball team did just about everything it could with a limited roster. It turned out to be just enough, as the Scarlet Knights earned their most impressive win of the season, defeating Seton Hall by a score of 53-45. It was the Knights' 900th win in program history and it came in impressive fashion.
After a mentally and physically draining double-overtime loss to James Madison at the Rutgers Athletic Center Monday night, it remained in question how the Rutgers women’s basketball team would respond.
The Rutgers womens basketball team hits the road this week as they are set to play St John's and Houston in the coming days. Their first game is in Queens on Wednesday night against the Red Storm (4-3), who are coming off a 64-46 victory over Lafayette college.
In a game that had just about everything, the Rutgers women’s basketball team was on the wrong side of an epic battle, suffering a heartbreaking 82-76 double-overtime loss to James Madison.
This was not the same team that showed up against Duke on Thursday night.
It got off to an ugly start and didn’t get much better for the Rutgers women’s basketball team as it was blown out by Duke 68-32 at the Rutgers Athletic Center.
Fresh off its first win of the season, the Rutgers women’s basketball team faces a tough challenge ahead as Duke visits the Rutgers Athletic Center Thursday in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge.
It took six games, but the Rutgers women’s basketball team finally put together a complete game for the first time this season. The result was its first win of the year as the Scarlet Knights defeated Bryant by a score of 50-42 Sunday afternoon at the Rutgers Athletic Center.
It turned in its best game of the season, but the Rutgers women’s basketball team still fell short against Virginia by a score of 62-54 Sunday afternoon.
The Rutgers women’s basketball team is rebuilding, and their latest game against Wake Forest proved just that. The Demon Deacons (2-1) outclassed the Scarlet Knights (0-3) with a final score of 55-43.
The woeful start to the season continued Monday night for the Rutgers women’s basketball team.
The Rutgers women’s basketball team did not get off to the start it wanted.
Briyona Canty arrived on campus as a prized recruit in the summer of 2011, poised to restore promise in Rutgers women’s basketball after the memory of the Scarlet Knights’ Final Four run in 2006 had long since faded.