Rutgers is doing away with paper tickets to sports events in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
2020 SeasonAll times ET
- 11/5W 77-56
- 11/9W 107-33
- 11/13W 87-37
- 11/17W 74-46
- 11/24L 64-58
- 11/28W 62-56
- 11/30W 46-43
- 12/5W 73-63
- 12/8W 67-53
- 12/12W 78-58
- 12/15W 66-41
- 12/28W 64-61
- 12/3114L 66-56
- 1/5W 59-53
- 1/9W 75-51
- 1/12W 69-65
- 1/16W 62-57
- 1/20L 66-55
- 1/26L 71-57
- 1/30W 72-41
- 2/2L 73-71
- 2/6W 72-39
- 2/913L 79-50
- 2/13L 57-53
- 2/16W 62-41
- 2/1918L 82-65
- 2/22W 59-57
- 2/27W 63-43
- 3/118W 78-74
- 3/5W 63-55
- 3/620L 78-60
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From Baylor's Kim Mulkey and UConn's Geno Auriemma to South Carolina's Dawn Staley and Stanford's Tara VanDerveer, who will follow in their footsteps?
- Rutgers to get rid of paper tickets, citing virus
- Rutgers AD, highest-paid coaches taking pay cuts
- Ex-Alabama prep star Davenport transfers to UGA
- Guirantes returning to Rutgers for senior season
Rutgers says its athletic director and three highest-paid coaches are taking pay cuts over the next four months of up to 10 percent.
Maori Davenport is transferring to Georgia after playing sparingly in her lone season at Rutgers.
Arella Guirantes, the Big Ten's leading scorer this past season, said Tuesday that she's returning to Rutgers for her final season instead of entering the WNBA draft.
Using a single-simulation method, we picked the entire tournament using BPI-weighted coin flips.
Ali Patberg scored 28 points and grabbed nine rebounds as No. 20 Indiana advanced to its first Big Ten tournament semifinal since 2006 with a 78-60 victory over Rutgers on Friday.
Arella Guirantes scored 11 of Rutgers' 14 third-quarter points and finished with 27 as the fifth-seeded Scarlet Knights beat No. 12 seed Wisconsin 63-55 on Thursday in the second round of the Big Ten Conference tournament.
Arella Guirantes, who had back-to-back big plays in overtime, was one of three players with 17 points, Mael Gilles had a double-double off the bench and Rutgers upset No. 18 Iowa 78-74 on Sunday, the last day of the regular season.
From Louisville's Dana Evans in the ACC to Gonzaga's Jill Townsend in the WCC, we break down which players have stood out in each conference.
Lindsey Pulliam and Veronica Burton combined for 50 points, 30 in a dominate middle two quarters as No. 18 Northwestern won its sixth straight by blitzing Northwestern 82-65 on Wednesday night.
Kaila Charles scored 16 points on 7-of-10 shooting and grabbed eight rebounds to lead No. 13 Maryland to a 79-50 win over Rutgers on Sunday, the Terrapins' ninth straight victory.
C. Vivian Stringer offered condolences to the family of late disc jockey Don Imus, saying that Rutgers has 'found peace through the years' and that the team wishes Imus' family 'strength.'
Jaelynn Penn scored 14 points to help No. 14 Indiana beat Rutgers 66-56 on Tuesday to close out 2019 for both teams.
Don Imus, the radio "shock jock" who rose to stardom thanks to his controversial remarks but was fired after a racial slur against the Rutgers women's basketball team in 2007, died Friday morning at age 79.
Baylor, with the No. 1 team in men's basketball and the No. 2-ranked defending national champ in women's hoops, leads ESPN's updated combined rankings.
While landing Hailey Van Lith boosted Louisville's place in the class rankings, Mississippi State missed out on two top-10 prospects.
While the top four schools remained unchanged since the beginning of national signing week, Louisville and Rutgers are among the schools that jumped in the class rankings.
Diamond Johnson, the No. 6 prospect in the espnW HoopGurlz Class of 2020, announced that she will sign with Rutgers.
With a little more than a month until national signing week, here is a look at the six remaining undeclared top-10 prospects in the Class of 2020.
Rutgers veteran coach C. Vivian Stringer is the fourth woman to earn the John R. Wooden Legends of Coaching award.
Hall of Fame coach C. Vivian Stringer, 71, is returning this season after taking an unspecified health-related leave from the Rutgers women's basketball program in February on advice from doctors.
Cappie Pondexter, named one of the top 15 players in WNBA history in 2011, announced her retirement via social media on Tuesday.
Summer Hemphill scored 23 points and Cierra Dillard added 20 as 10th seeded Buffalo upset seventh-seeded Rutgers 82-71 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday.