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Junior defender Nick Capparelli to a successful Saturday for the Knights against Monmouth.
Junior attacker Scott Bieda has set the tone for the Knights this season scoring six goals to lead the team and adding three assists. Bieda is coming off a hat trick in his performance against No. 5 Virginia in a 14-5 loss.
Garrett Stepien is a School of Arts and Sciences sophomore double-majoring in journalism and media studies and economics. He joined the Targum in November of 2013, covering women’s track and field, softball, women’s soccer, women’s basketball and now football as Sports Editor. When he’s not glued to his computer screen laying out pages or extensively reading articles or trying to be a full-time Rutgers student, Garrett enjoys every second of sleep he can get in the comfort of his memory foam mattress. Following a successful career in the sports journalism world — or possibly in some capacity as a Wall Street slave — he aims to buy a one-way ticket back to the Cayman Islands where he can settle down and pursue his lifelong goal of chopping up coconuts on the streets of Georgetown, just steps away from the powdery-white beaches and crystal-clear water as Drake music plays in the distance and waves calmly wash ashore.
Junior attacker Scott Bieda dodges a Virginia defender in the 14-5 loss to the Cavaliers on Saturday. Bieda scored three goals in the game to give him the team lead with six goals through three games in 2015.
Redshirt-freshman 141-pounder Anthony Ashnault ignited an eventual 28-9 win for Rutgers with a pin as the Knights went on to win five decisions in a row.
In what was arguably the Knights' worst loss of the season, Kadeem Jack was a non-factor in last night's 81-47 dismantling at Iowa. The senior forward managed just two points on 1-of-7 shooting from the field.
With one match left prior to the Big Ten Tournament sophomore 125-pounder Sean McCabe said the Knights are ready for anyone.
Junior Anthony Perrotti tries to lift his opponent from his feet to score a takedown in last Saturday's match against Princeton at the College Avenue Gym.
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Sophomore wing Junior Etou is shooting 30.7 percent from the field in Big Ten play, only once eclipsing double figures in a game.
Senior forward Khadeem Jack led the Knights with 17 points and nine rebounds in their 66-54 loss to Illinois on Tuesday night at the State Farm Center. In a recurring theme this season, he had little support as Rutgers bench scored only four points. The Knights have yet to win a Big Ten road game.
Senior guard Myles Mack and the Knights are 0-5 on the road in Big Ten Conference play this season. Rutgers lost six-straight games, including at Indiana on Saturday where Mack scored a game-high 24 points.
Firefighters attempt to extinguish a fire that occurred at 175, Hamilton St. around 11 p.m. on Feb. 1.