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Mounting injuries plague RU

While the Rutgers women's soccer team managed to escape the weekend largely unscathed record-wise, the Scarlet Knights took a huge hit to their roster with an injury to fifth-year senior midfielder Karla Schacher.


RU unveils adjustments against Eagles

From the time head coach Greg Schiano walked away from the podium following the Rutgers football team's 35-14 loss to West Virginia last December to the start of training camp, all the questions surrounding the program began to pile up.


Forward's hat trick lifts Rutgers

Rutgers women's soccer forward Stefanie Scholz found fellow freshman Cassie Inacio on a booming cross a little more than six minutes into the Scarlet Knights' match versus Fordham on Monday, giving them an early lead and Inacio the first goal of her collegiate career.


LeGrand joins broadcast booth

Rutgers football senior Eric LeGrand did not shy away from making known his intentions to regain mobility and capture his dream of being a broadcaster in his time since injuring his spinal cord last October against Army.

Sophomore starting pitcher Tyler Gebler pitched solidly in the
Knights' 4-0 loss to host Pittsburgh in Game 1 of the team's
three-game series. Gebler allowed two runs in the second inning,
but did not give up another hit until the sixth.

Rutgers bats struggle in Pitt loss

Two shutout losses in two games were not exactly what the Rutgers baseball team had in mind. Then again, playing a doubleheader on Thursday to start a series against Pittsburgh was not part of the plan, either.

Sophomore reliever Rob Corsi returns to Pittsburgh, where he played his freshman season before Duquesne cut its program. The Oceanport,'N.J., native returned home to play for the Scarlet Knights, who face Pitt this weekend in a Big East series.

Sophomore returns to Pittsburgh as reliever

It's only fitting that Rob Corsi returns to familiar Pittsburgh today when the Rutgers baseball team kicks off a three-game set with Pitt. For the sophomore reliever, being thrown into any situation is the name of the game, which Corsi learned in the offseason when he transitioned from the starting rotation to the bullpen.

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