Rutgers men’s lacrosse attackman Kieran Mullins was named Big Ten Freshman of the Week, the conference office announced on Tuesday. It was his fourth Big Ten Freshman of the Week honor this season.
The 2004-05 men's track & field team, Quincy Douby (men's basketball), Tom Hayes (men's lacrosse), Ray Lucas (football), Shameka Marshall (women's track & field), Erin McIntyre (women's swimming), Bob Vencak (men's lacrosse) and Bob Mulcahy (former athletic director) will comprise the class.
No. 12 Rutgers men's lacrosse celebrated Senior Day and Alumni Appreciation Day with a thriller. Freshman Kieran Mullins scored the game-winning goal in overtime for a 12-11 win over No. 3 Ohio State.
No. 12 Rutgers men’s lacrosse concludes its regular season slate at home Saturday at noon, hosting No. 3 Ohio State.
No. 13 Rutgers men’s lacrosse was unable to earn a top-ten road win Sunday evening, falling 13-7 at No. 9 Penn State (11-2, 2-2 Big Ten) in front of a crowd of 3,208. Max Edelmann made a career-high 16 saves for the Scarlet Knights (9-4, 1-3).
No. 13 Rutgers men’s lacrosse plays its second straight Sunday night conference game, taking to the road for a crucial matchup at No. 9 Penn State at 7 p.m. on Big Ten Network.
As Major League Lacrosse starts this weekend, Rutgers has seven alumni on opening day MLL rosters. Three of those players were on the 2016 squad that won 11 games last season.
No. 11 Rutgers men's lacrosse pushed No. 3 Maryland to the brink, tying the game with 39 seconds left in regulation, before falling 13-12 on a Terps goal in triple overtime.