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Another one bites the dust. For its first Big Ten match on the road, the Rutgers tennis team couldn’t deliver a single point against Minnesota on Friday. The Scarlet Knights (8-4, 0-3) were swept 7-0 by the Golden Gophers (11-3, 2-0), closing out all of their singles matches within two sets.
Dropping a midweek Big Ten match and picking up a non-conference win, the Rutgers tennis team fell 6-1 to Nebraska at home on Wednesday before capturing a 5-2 road win against Delaware on Sunday.
The Rutgers tennis team showed who's on top in New Jersey this past weekend against Seton Hall. Competing at the East Brunswick Racquet Club, the Scarlet Knights (7-2, 0-1) quickly swept the Pirates (1-8, 0-1) 7-0 on Friday.
After facing a grueling doubleheader on Friday, the Rutgers tennis team pulled away with wins against both NJIT and Binghamton. The Scarlet Knights (5-1) defeated the Highlanders (3-2) 4-1 in the morning before sweeping the Bearcats (1-7) 7-0 just hours later.
On its road trip to the state of Rhode Island, the Rutgers women’s tennis team suffered its first loss of the season but swept the competition just a day later. The Scarlet Knights (3-1) fell 4-3 to Brown on Saturday before sweeping Rhode Island in a dominating 7-0 victory on Sunday.
At home and on the road, the Rutgers women's tennis team was able to start off its 2020 season with two wins against Army and Drexel. The Scarlet Knights (2-0) immediately picked up from where they were last year, showing big improvements in their doubles matches.
Just 13 short days following the U.S. Open women's final, head coach Hilary Ritchie commenced her fourth season at the helm of the Rutgers tennis program. The Scarlet Knights embarked on a short drive down U.S. Route 1 to Princeton for a three-day tournament hosted by the Tigers, at the Lenz Tennis Center.
At the end of every season is an opportunity to reflect and grow. The Rutgers tennis team may have finished at the bottom of the conference, but not without taking some big steps in the right direction.
It’s the end of the road for the Rutgers tennis team. Dropping both of their matches against Indiana and Purdue with a 5-2 score, the Scarlet Knights (9-12, 1-10) are out of the Big Ten Tournament. This weekend marks the completion of Rutgers' 2018-2019 season, finishing the spring with one conference win against Nebraska.
Two matches await in Indiana for the Rutgers tennis team’s final weekend of Big Ten competition. The Scarlet Knights (9-10, 1-8) will face Indiana on Saturday at 11 a.m. before serving up their last match against Purdue on Sunday at noon.
Four Big Ten match wins — that is the amount of victories the Rutgers tennis team has under its belt since joining the Big Ten in 2014.
Another weekend, another pair of Big Ten losses for the Rutgers tennis team this past weekend. The Scarlet Knights (9-10, 1-8) fell to No. 14 Michigan, 4-0, on Saturday and Michigan State, 5-2, on Sunday in a gritty set of matches that left Rutgers on the court for nearly three hours.
After playing two matches in the Midwest last weekend, the Rutgers tennis team will serve up competition against No. 14 Michigan and Michigan State this weekend at the Rutgers Tennis Complex.
From the moment she picked up a tennis racquet, she knew this was where she was supposed to be. For Sydney Kaplan, a freshman on the Rutgers tennis team, her natural ability to hit the ball over the net came at a young age.
The Rutgers tennis team captured its first Big Ten road win this past weekend against Nebraska on Sunday, but was unable to defeat Iowa on Friday.
Six more matches. Six more opportunities to make the Big Ten tournament.
Another nationally-ranked team, another disheartening loss. The Big Ten is filled with challenging opponents, and the Rutgers tennis team is winless in conference play through five games.
Fresh off of back-to-back wins in New Orleans, the Rutgers tennis team returned to Big Ten competition on the Banks, yesterday afternoon. But, the grueling match schedule may have gotten the best of the Scarlet Knights (8-6, 0-4) when competing against No. 24 Northwestern.
The Rutgers tennis team traveled to New Orleans during spring break to take on Southern University and Binghamton. The Scarlet Knights (8-5, 0-3) defeated the Jaguars, 7-0, and the Bearcats, 6-1, over the weekend before returning to New Jersey.
Having a mixed set of results over its Maryland road trip, the Rutgers tennis team dominated Towson (2-7) with a 7-0 win on Friday, but fell just as hard to the Terrapins (3-8, 1-0) in a 6-1 loss the next day.