Category Archives: Rutgers Scarlet Knights

Women’s History Month Interview Series: Former Rutgers Softball Star Lindsey Curran Now Coaching Scarlet Knights

For Lindsey Curran, four years at Rutgers was not enough. After an exceptional four-year playing career on Rutgers softball team, Lindsey Curran returned in September 2013 to unite with her former teammates,

High Point Solutions Football Stadium Has Spring Team Sublets

High Point Solutions Stadium will soon be sublet by other Scarlet Knights for the spring season.  The Rutgers Scarlet Knights football stadium has recently been cleared of snow and lined for a few

This Revolution will not be Televised: Twitter Hashtag Getting Rutgers Football Fans Involved

The Rutgers twitter movement #CHOPNation has arrived.  What started as an idea on how to mobilize the Rutgers fan base has morphed and grown.  I had a conversation with two recent graduates

Rutgers Announces 26 Players in 2014 Football Recruiting Class

The Rutgers University football program and it’s head coach Kyle Flood, officially announced a 26 member recruiting class for 2014 yesterday. 20 student-athletes have signed to play football at Rutgers beginning in

Rutgers Set To Hire Ralph Friedgen As Offensive Coordinator, Promote Rossi to DC

Ralph Friedgen is known by many around the college football world as a brilliant offensive mind. The former Maryland head coach is reportedly set to become the new offensive coordinator for the

Rutgers Men’s Lacrosse: Alleyne, Nardella Named Preseason All-Americans

PISCATAWAY, N.J. (Dec. 11, 2013) – Sophomore GK Kris Alleyne (New City, N.Y.) and junior FO Joe Nardella (Cazenovia, N.Y.) were each named 2014 Inside Lacrosse Face-Off Yearbook DI All-Americans, it was

Four Rutgers Football Players Receive All-Conference Postseason Honors

The American Athletic Conference announced it’s postseason awards via press release this morning. Central Florida QB Blake Bortles and Louisville defensive end Marcus Smith were named conference’s Offensive and Defensive Players of

Rutgers Commit, Adonis Jennings: An Athlete Made to Perform, A Star In The Making

There are two different types of athletes in the world; athletes made to play and athletes made to perform.  Adonis Jennings, wide receiver and Rutgers commit from Sicklerville, NJ, is the perfect

Houston Game is Big for Rutgers Football

Two weeks ago, Rutgers blew their chance to upset the Louisville Cardinals on National Television. That loss all but closed the Scarlet Knights’ hope for a conference title and BCS bowl berth.

Rutgers Announces 75th Anniversary Men’s Soccer Team Determined By Fan Voting

PISCATAWAY, N.J.  (October 24, 2013) – The votes are in and 14 former Scarlet Knight greats from 1938 to the present have been selected to represent the Rutgers Men’s Soccer 75th Anniversary

Houston on Horizon for Rutgers Homecoming

ESPNews will be broadcasting this Saturday’s game when the Rutgers Scarlet Knights host the Houston Cougars on their home turf. The noon kickoff time has already spurred excitement, as the student section

Rutgers Defense Taking Another Hit with Departure of Thomas

The last thing the Rutgers defense needed is for one of their own to leave the secondary. Unfortunately for the Scarlet Knights, redshirt freshman Ian Thomas has other plans for his athletic