June 23, 2024

This week, the Rutgers women’s basketball team will resume competition in the Big Ten. The goal for the Scarlet Knights (6-13, 0-6) is to snap their eight-game losing streak and secure their first conference victory of the year.

Rutgers just suffered a 94-80 loss to Penn State at the Livingston campus’ Jersey Mike’s Arena. Junior forward and guard Destiny Adams finished with a career-high 33 points, nine rebounds, and two assists despite the defeat.

On Wednesday, the Knights will travel to Illinois to begin their hectic week. The Fighting Illini (7-8, 1-4) enter this match fresh off a 93-52 victory over Northwestern.

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Genesis Bryant leads the squad in scoring per game (PPG) at 14.5 and has made 32 three-pointers.

Phelia leads the team in points scored (15.8) and steals (1.3) per game. With a total of 22 steals, she leads the squad in steals as well.

Rutgers’ shooting defense will need to be razor-sharp because Michigan lets opponents score a conference-low 58.1 points per game.

Prior to the game on Sunday, the Wolverines will play Nebraska away from home.

The Knights have dropped to the basement of the Big Ten and are the only team without a conference victory this year. To lead Rutgers in scoring, Adams, sophomore guard Mya Petticord, and senior center Chyna Cornwell will be essential. Additionally, sophomore guard and forward Antonia Bates will need to keep up her solid defensive play. In 18 games, Bates has blocked 29 shots, which is third most in the Big

Phelia leads the team in points scored (15.8) and steals (1.3) per game. With a total of 22 steals, she leads the squad in steals as well.

Rutgers’ shooting defense will need to be razor-sharp because Michigan lets opponents score a conference-low 58.1 points per game.

Prior to the game on Sunday, the Wolverines will play Nebraska away from home.

The Knights have dropped to the basement of the Big Ten and are the only team without a conference victory this year. To lead Rutgers in scoring, Adams, sophomore guard Mya Petticord, and senior center Chyna Cornwell will be essential. Additionally, sophomore guard and forward Antonia Bates will need to keep up her solid defensive play. In 18 games, Bates has blocked 29 shots, which is third most in the Big

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