September 23, 2019 | 75° F

Lianne Ng

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The University brought a new addition to its dining services this year — a mobile food truck. The Knight Wagon provides students meals on wheels, accepting swipes and providing dining hall food. Students can track the truck via various social media. 

Sophomore defender Hollie DiMuro was part of a unit that ranked sixth in the country in scoring defense.

Philip Meade, a crafter from Hunter Hawk Woodcrafts, displayed his work Saturday for Rutgers Day on Douglass campus.

Senior goalkeeper Lily Kalata helped the Knights defense hold Loyola to 10 goals on 26 shots despite injuries. But thanks to its lowest-scoring output of the season, Rutgers fell, 10-4.

Junior defender Erin Turkot has caused 13 turnovers, collected 11 groundballs and secured two draw controls this season.

Sophomore defender Hollie DiMuro forced three turnovers and grabbed four groundballs versus No. 5 Syracuse. She leads the team in both categories.

Junior midfielder Amanda Trendell scored the first goal in last Sunday’s game against Syracuse. She totaled two goals and an assist in the game and currently sits third for the Knights this season with 18 points.

Junior midfielder Amanda Trendell registered two goals on three shots and collected two groundballs during yesterday’s 10-8 loss to No. 5 Syracuse. Trendell’s last goal gave Rutgers its first lead of the game three mintues into the second half against the Orange.

Freshman attack Halley Barnes scored one goal against Syracuse, Rutgers’ third straight loss in Big East Play after it ended nonconference play 8-1.

Sophomore Jenny Vlahos leads the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team with 29 draw controls.

Freshman midfielder Chrissie Schreiber has scored four goals this season, including two on Saturday against Delaware.

Members of Phi Sigma Sigma.

Zeta Beta Tau participate Saturday in the “Strut for Kids” fashion show.

Members of Alpha Phi Omega.

Junior midfielder Megan Clements provides Rutgers with another threat for its game against Delaware after scoring on two free possessions the game before.

Senior goalkeeper Lilly Kalata recorded five saves, including four in the second half, in yesterday’s 6-5 win against No. 20 Penn. Her effort between the pipes helped preserve Rutgers’ undefeated streak at home.

Midfielder Amanda Trendell scored five points Saturday against Monmouth.

Junior defender Chelsea Intrabartola said her and the rest of Rutgers’ defense benefit from head coach Laura Brand-Sias’ game plan of ball control. The defense will have to play a larger part for RU with the absence of leading scorer Stephanie Anderson, who is sidelined with a knee injury.

Junior midfielder Katrina Martinelli will become Rutgers’ biggest threat on offense thanks to the injury to Anderson. Martinelli collected nine goals in three games, two more than she had all of last season.

Freshman Jenna Williams scored less than 9.000 Saturday on the beam, an event in which Rutgers struggled in that meet.

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