Rutgers Women's Basketball
The Scarlet Knights will move on to the second round on Thursday.
The three-time Big Ten coach of the year takes on the task of rebuilding the women’s basketball program.
She won three Big Ten titles as head coach at Penn State and one national championship as an assistant at her alma mater Notre Dame.
A full review of potential candidates, profiles and past connections as AD Pat Hobbs looks to replace a legend.
The court at Jersey Mike’s Arena will be named in her honor.
She was instrumental in turning the Scarlet Knights program into one of the best in women’s college basketball.
The Scarlet Knights thrived and advanced in Indianapolis.
The Scarlet Knights will face Penn State in the 12/13 game at the Big Ten Tournament
The Scarlet Knights overcame a fourth quarter deficit to defeat Penn State 71-62 on Sunday.
The Scarlet Knights were unable to hold a fourth quarter lead against bottom tier Wisconsin to remain winless in Big Ten play.
The Scarlet Knights have struggled against high major competition this season.
The Scarlet Knights improved to 2-0 under acting head coach Tim Eatman.
The Scarlet Knights defense set the tone and eleven different players scored.
The former Scarlet Knight led the Chicago Sky to their first ever championship.
The associate head coach of Rutgers women’s basketball took to the big stage on Thursday.
Associate head coach Tim Eatman has reportedly led the program for the past few months.
The road to March is now set as the regular season schedule was recently announced for the Scarlet Knights.
Both are leading their respective teams in scoring this season.
There are many talented new pieces that need to come together to develop a winning team.
The two-time First Team All-MAC forward has the opportunity to make a big impact.
The program continues to add to the roster for next season following several key departures.
The former Rutgers player fell into the second round unexpectedly.
The Hall-of-Fame coach is set to remain on the sidelines in Piscataway until 2026.
The Scarlet Knights are set to return just one starter from last season’s NCAA Tournament team.
Two starters for Rutgers women’s basketball are exploring options.
The Scarlet Knights take the floor at noon.
The Scarlet Knights will participate in their second-straight tournament.