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Head football coach Greg Schiano — standing alongside Gov. Phil Murphy (D-N.J.), Rutgers University President Robert L. Barchi, Board of Governor Greg Brown and Rutgers Athletics Director Pat Hobbs — held an introductory press conference at the Hale Center on Busch campus on Wednesday.
On Tuesday, the same day that head coach Greg Schiano was officially announced at the helm of the Rutgers football team, four student-athletes garnered Big Ten awards given at the end of the regular season.
Former head coach C.J. Werneke of the Rutgers volleyball team will not have his tenure overlapped with new football team head coach Greg Schiano.
When sophomore guard Caleb McConnell played a 2018-19 season-high 30 minutes in the Rutgers men's basketball team's 5-point overtime loss at Illinois on Feb. 9, he contributed 25 points on an 8-for-10 shooting night.
Going into its game on Saturday in University Park, Pennsylvania, the Rutgers football team sought to end the season with a competitive game against Penn State, one of the nation's historic college football powerhouses.
On Saturday, the Rutgers wrestling team hit the road for the third consecutive weekend. This time, the Scarlet Knights (5-0) stayed on the East Coast and visited Annapolis, Maryland, for the Navy Classic.
After suffering its first loss of the season in the James Naismith Classic to St. Bonaventure this past weekend, the Rutgers men’s basketball team took down Stephen F. Austin, 69-57, at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC). Wednesday night’s contest marked the first meeting between the Big Ten and Southland Conference foes.
After sending some of its student-athletes down Route 1 South for the Princeton Open two weekends ago, the Rutgers wrestling team embarked on a two-day trip to California to take on Fresno State and California State Bakersfield.
Last year, the Rutgers men’s basketball team lost by 19 points to St. John’s, the first defeat in any three-game action under head coach Steve Pikiell.
Fresh off its final bye week of the season, the Rutgers football team will host one of the country's most prolific programs in Ohio State.
The Rutgers men's basketball team is two games into head coach Steve Pikiell's fourth season on the Banks. The Scarlet Knights (2-0) started the season with two wins over mid-major conference schools, showcasing their new talent in both games.
The Rutgers field hockey team entered the Big Ten postseason tournament with a top 20 ranking and a 10-7 overall record this season. But, the No. 16 Scarlet Knights (10-8, 4-4) made an early exit in the Big Ten Tournament, falling 3-1 in a close game to Northwestern.
The Rutgers men’s cross country visited Columbus, Ohio, last weekend at the Big Ten Championships.
The Rutgers football team entered its second and final bye week with a different coaching staff and player personnel than it had on Aug. 30, when it defeated UMass.
With the first regular season of head coach Jim McElderry's tenure now in the rearview mirror, the Rutgers men's soccer team now sets its sights on keeping its Big Ten Tournament hopes alive this weekend. First up on the docket is a date with the eighth-seeded Ohio State in the opening round play-in game this Saturday.
The Rutgers wrestling team started its season with three wins in its home quad meet over Centenary, LIU and Pitt-Johnstown.
The Rutgers men's basketball and wrestling teams will feature the Big Ten Super Saturday slate at Madison Square Garden (MSG) on Feb. 1, 2020. The Scarlet Knights will get accustomed to playing and wrestling at the Garden, dubbed The Mecca of Basketball, for the next two years.
While nine members of the Rutgers wrestling team took to the mat for the first time in a scarlet singlet, seven embarked on a short drive down Route 1 South for the Princeton Open on Sunday.
For the first 30 minutes in its fourth game cast as the visitors this season, the Rutgers football team looked poised to turn the script on the road. Outside of SHI Stadium, the Scarlet Knights (2-7, 0-6) have not won on the road since in this Midwest setting of Champaign, Illinois, back on Oct. 14, 2017.
Nine freshmen made their debuts in a Scarlet singlet, eight of whom captured their first wins on the Banks as the Rutgers wrestling team opened its 2019-20 campaign with three non-conference wins in front of its home fans at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC).