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Sophomore goalkeeper Casey Murphy hopes to record two more clean sheets this weekend as Rutgers ventures west for a road stretch in back-to-back Big Ten games against Illinois and Northwestern.

Senior midfielder Samantha Valliant scored the only goal in Rutgers one-nil, conference opening win over Maryland Sept. 18. 

Senior midfielder Samantha Valliant scored the only goal of Rutgers’ Big Ten Conference opener against Maryland in the second minute of the match.

Sophomore forward Colby Ciarrocca says senior captain Erica Skroski maintains strong leadership both on and off the field.

Senior defender Erica Skroski headed in the game-winning goal against previously undefeated No. 20 UConn on Sept. 13.

Sophomore goalkeeper Casey Murphy and her backline look to keep another clean sheet as the Knights hope to make history against No. 20 UConn.

Junior midfielder Alyssa Bull said her team is focused on taking the season game-by-game. She has five total points this year.

Assisting on the final goal of the game, freshman forward Linde van Schaik found senior forward Katie Champion at the 54:47 mark in the contest. Rutgers currently leads the Big Ten with 3.75 goals per game this year. 

Junior midfielder Alyssa Bull netted her first goal of the season. She also assisted Jade Dixon on her first career goal earlier.


Sophomore forward Jade Dixon recorded her first career goal during Rutgers’ 4-2 win over Monmouth yesterday at home. The Knights returned to the win column to improve to 3-1 on the season with the win.

Junior center back Erin Smith has been a fundamental part of a Rutgers back four that has yet to concede a goal six games into the 2015 season.

Senior forward Katie Champion looks to gain scoring momentum after tallying her first goal of the season against Virginia last week.

Junior defender Sofia Walia is eager to make offensive contributions against the Hawks after collecting an assist last year.

Senior defender Brianne Reed contributed to Rutgers 3-0 win over Princeton when she provided the assist to Inacio for her second goal of the night.

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