Three games into a five game road-swing and the Rutgers men's soccer team has not come closer to nailing down a postseason spot, let alone an NCAA Tournament birth. But they have proven one thing, that first half deficits are now a regularity.
CINCINNATI — Between leading the team in rushing and throwing for the Rutgers football team's first touchdown in the third quarter this season, you would not think that running back Kordell Young had been out with a knee injury for four games.
Though the Sonny Werblin Invitational over the weekend was meant to be a warm up for the team, a confidence-booster, if you will, it was even more special for red shirt junior Catherine Whetstone. It was her first chance to dive back into action.
When time ran out in the Rutgers women's soccer teams match against Cincinnati Sunday, the Scarlet Knights out shot their opponent 14-4 and had just completed their 309th consecutive minute without letting up a goal.
When Rutgers fans ponder quietly to themselves and aloud to their friends about what possible reason they have to keep traveling to Busch campus and supporting Rutgers athletics, the answer is quite simple: a winning team.