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The Rutgers tennis team rounded out its long stretch away from campus this weekend with visits to two Big Ten opponents in Ohio State and Penn State. The Scarlet Knights (6-9, 1-5) entered the weekend without a win in Big Ten play and longing for a victory before a three-game home stand.
The Rutgers tennis team will conclude its circuit of away games this weekend when it visits Ohio State Friday and Penn State Sunday. The Scarlet Knights (5-8, 0-4) as recently as the past weekend had two chances to get the Big Ten win that has eluded them all season. After failing to do so this weekend presents two more opportunities.
The Rutgers tennis team visited Illinois to take on two Big Ten foes in what proved to be a season-defining road trip. With the Scarlet Knights entering the weekend 0-2 in Big Ten play, stealing at least one win was more important now than ever before.
The Rutgers tennis team hosted Binghamton on Wednesday with the Scarlet Knights (4-5) entering the matchup needing a win against the Bearcats (3-9).
The Rutgers tennis team takes on Binghamton Wednesday at a pivotal point of the Scarlet Knights' season. The Scarlet Knights (3-5) will host the Bearcats (3-8) at the East Brunswick Racquet Club.
The Rutgers tennis team kicked off its Big Ten conference schedule with a tilt against Nebraska on Wednesday. The Scarlet Knights came into this matchup losers of the last three, while the Nebraska Cornhuskers (10-0, 1-0) came in undefeated in the season.
Rocker Willie Nelson was famous for singing that he "just can’t wait to get on the road again."
In the small town of Monroeville, New Jersey, where senior Lindsey Kayati grew up, tee ball and cheerleading were the only two extracurricular activities for elementary school children.
Participating in its first of four straight road contests, the Rutgers women’s tennis team fell to No. 11 Michigan, 7-0, Saturday afternoon at the Varsity Tennis Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
After nearly upsetting Big Ten rival Penn State Sunday, the Rutgers tennis team will face two threatening conference foes this weekend.
Being the ace of a Big Ten team is no cake walk.
The Rutgers tennis team dropped two home matches this weekend, the first being a loss to Ohio State, 7-0, Saturday afternoon at the East Brunswick Racquet Club.
After nearly upsetting Big Ten rival Illinois last Friday, the Rutgers tennis team will face two threatening conference foes this weekend.
The Rutgers tennis team has been on a defiant quest this spring to earn its first Big Ten victory.
After some measured success against an extremely talented Indiana team, the Rutgers women’s tennis team looks to build off that performance and earn its first conference win Friday.
While many students were laying on a beach in the Caribbean or relaxing with some Netflix and a bowl of popcorn at home, the Rutgers women’s tennis team played in four rigorous matches, including three on the road.
In either of its two home clashes with formidable foes Northwestern on Friday and College of Charleston on Sunday, the Rutgers tennis team failed to achieve victory.
As the classic proverb goes, "If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, try again."
The Rutgers tennis team fought, scratched and clawed throughout its match against Maryland at the East Brunswick Racquet Club, but the effort ultimately fell short.
Unlike most movie sequels, the Rutgers tennis team’s second all-time meeting with in-state rival NJIT was just as impressive as the first.