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December-14-02 Abrahamson Named NSCAA All-American
PISCATAWAY, NJ – Senior back Guy Abrahamson (Livingston, NJ) was named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-American third team. Abrahamson, a second team pick in 2001, is the first repeat All-American for the Scarlet Knights since Pedro Lopes in 1993 and 1994.

December-03-02 RU Men’s Soccer Trio Earns All-Region Honors
PISCATAWAY, NJ – Three members of the Rutgers University men’s soccer team have earned spots on the 2002 NSCAA/adidas Mid-Atlantic All-Region teams. Seniors Sherif El Bialy (Cairo, Egypt) and Guy Abrahamson (Livingston, NJ) earned First Team honors, while sophomore Chris Karcz (Clifton, NJ) earned a place on the third team.

November-15-02 Rutgers Trio Earns BIG EAST Men’s Soccer Honors
SOMERSET, NJ – A trio of Rutgers men’s soccer players – Guy Abrahamson (Livingston, NJ), Sherif El Bialy (Cairo, Egypt) and Chris Karcz (Clifton, NJ) – were honored by the BIG EAST Conference during its annual awards banquet last night at the Doubletree Hotel in Somerset, NJ.

November-09-02 Connecticut Downs Rutgers, 1-0, in BIG EAST Men’s Soccer Quarterfinals
STORRS, CT – Connecticut’s Damani Ralph scored at the 19:44 mark as the Huskies eliminated Rutgers from the BIG EAST Men’s Soccer Championship for the second-consecutive year with a 1-0 win this afternoon at Joseph J. Morrone Stadium. With the loss, RU falls to 8-8-3, while Connecticut improves to 14-4.

November-05-02 RU Men’s Soccer to Face No. 6 Connecticut In BIG EAST Quarterfinals
PISCATAWAY, NJ – After an epic postseason battle last season, Rutgers will return to the scene of its rousing, second-round NCAA Tournament win on Saturday, when it travels to Storrs, CT to face Connecticut in the opening round of the BIG EAST Men’s Soccer Championship. The third-seeded Huskies (13-4-0, 7-3-0) will host the sixth-seeded Scarlet Knights (8-7-3, 5-4-1) in a 1:00 p.m. contest. The two teams did not meet during the regular season, but played three times in 2001.

November-04-02 RU Men’s Soccer Falls to No. 17 BC, 3-2
PISCATAWAY, NJ – The Boston College Eagles, needing a win to capture the BIG EAST Regular Season title, scored twice in the opening half en route to a 3-2 win over Rutgers today in the regular season finale for both schools. Rutgers scored twice in the second half to pull within a goal and threatened to tie on several occasions, but could not register the equalizer. With the loss, RU falls to 8-7-3 overall and ends it BIG EAST slate with a 5-4-1 mark. Boston College improves to 12-4-0 overall and 8-2 in BE play.

November-02-02 Gros Strikes Again as Rutgers Beats WVU, 1-0, For Third-Straight Win
MORGANTOWN, WV – Junior Josh Gros (Mechanicsburg, PA) entered the 2002 season with no career goals and, until this week, had just one to his credit in two-plus seasons of action. Three days after registering his first career hat trick in a 7-1 win over Princeton, Gros was the hero again, scoring at the 86:25 mark to give Rutgers a 1-0 win over West Virginia in BIG EAST men’s soccer action.

October-31-02 Boutilier’s Career Comes to a Close
PISCATAWAY, NJ – A long, arduous and time-consuming process than began nearly two years ago has come to an end. Senior David Boutilier (Sparta, NJ), whose promising soccer career was interrupted by post-concussion syndrome at the end of the 2000 season, will not return to action for the Scarlet Knights.

October-30-02 RU Men’s Soccer Blows Past Princeton, 7-1
PRINCETON, NJ – Junior Josh Gros (Mechanicsburg, PA) registered three goals as Rutgers upended Princeton, 7-1, in non-conference men’s soccer action tonight at Lourie-Love Field in Princeton. The steady rain triggered the Scarlet Knights, who scored the most goals since an 8-0 win over West Virginia on September 16, 2000. With the win, RU improves to 7-6-3.

October-26-02 RU Men’s Soccer Uses Second-Half Rally to Knock off Pittsburgh, 3-2
PISCATAWAY, NJ – Facing a 2-0 deficit against Pittsburgh for the second-straight season, the Rutgers University men’s soccer team did exactly what it did last year – score three unanswered goals to rally for a key, 3-2 BIG EAST win over the Panthers tonight at Yurcak Field. With the win, RU improves to 6-6-3 overall (4-3-1 in BE play), while Pittsburgh falls to 7-7-1 (2-6-1 BE).

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