How did the Rutgers Olympic sports do this past week?

Although February is in the rearview mirror, Rutgers athletics has continued to be a winning machine. Baseball and softball are off to impressive starts due to their potent offenses. So far, they have combined to post a 21-9 record before the start of conference play. However, they are not the only teams adding to the win column.

After a three-game skid, Rutgers men’s basketball ended February with an 82-52 win over Michigan. They ended the month strong due to the play of Clifford Omoruyi, who added 19 points to his resume.


As temperatures continue to rise, there is plenty coming up for Rutgers
fans to look forward to. After a brief hiatus, Rutgers wrestling will be back in action on March 9 for the Big Ten championships. The lacrosse season is also officially under way, with the men’s team off to a 4-1 start.

Scroll down and check out how Rutgers sports have been doing lately!

Men's basketball


Record: 15-13, ( 7-11)

For Rutgers, March started in disappointing fashion with a 67-56 loss to Nebraska. The Scarlet Knights were doomed by a slow start and poor ball control. However, there was one bright spot in Gavin Griffiths, who had one of his best games in weeks, scoring 10 points.

Women's basketball



Record: 8-23, ( 2-16)

On Sunday afternoon, the 2023-2024 campaign came to an end for Rutgers women’s basketball with a loss to Northwestern. In their season finale, Rutgers was outscored in the paint 28-22. They were led offensively by Destiny Adams, who scored 14 points. Antonia Bates also made an impact with ten points.



Record: 8-2, (0-0)

Over the weekend, Rutgers continued its impressive start with another series win. The Scarlet Knights traveled to Charleston to take on Charleston Southern and scored 29 runs in three games. In the series finale, Josh Kurd-Grauer led the way offensively with three hits and two RBI in five at-bats.


VICTORY | Rutgers 10, Rider 2

🥎 Laurelai DePew earns 1st Scarlet Knight victory
🥎 Morgan Smith hits 8th HR of the year
🥎 Kyleigh Sand 3-for-3 with a double & 2 runs
🥎 Payton Lincavage 3-for-4 with HR, triple & 2 RBIs

UP NEXT: 3/9 at Fresno Tourney#GoRU #RUSB #Team50

— Rutgers Softball (@RUSoftball) March 3, 2024

Record: 13-7, (0-0)

On Sunday Rutgers offense came alive in a 10-2 win over Rider. The Scarlet Knights recorded 11 hits and got home runs from Payton Lincavage and Morgan Smith. Lauraelai DePew set the tone on the mound with four innings of two-run ball.




Record:12-5, (4-4)

Rutgers closed out their regular season with a dominating win over Bloomsburg on February 21. On senior night, the Scarlet Knights got pins from Jackson Turley, Brian Soldano, Michael Cetta and Devon Britton. They will now shift their focus to the Big Ten championship, which starts on March 9.



Story originally appeared on Rutgers Wire