Can Rutgers’ Defense Continue to Trend Upwards in 2022?

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Brian Brecht and the Rutgers Scarlet Knights have had, perhaps, the best summer of any college lacrosse program to date, bringing in six transfers to pad the Scarlet Knights’ roster in 2022.

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Brian Cameron to Play His Final Two Seasons of College Lacrosse at Rutgers

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Brian Brecht and the Rutgers Scarlet Knights have added yet picked up another transfer for the 2022 season as former North Carolina attackman Brian Cameron plans to join the Scarlet Knights next season. Kyle Devitte of New England Lacrosse Journal was the first to report the news on Thursday night. Cameron will have two years of eligibility left after graduating from Carolina.

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Transfers: Mitch Bartolo Taking Talents to Rutgers, Hofstra and Jacksonville Add Grad Transfers

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Former Penn midfielder Mitch Bartolo will be using his fifth and final year of eligibility at Rutgers, Inside Lacrosse’s Ty Xanders reported on Thursday afternoon.

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Top Freshmen From 2021: Midfield

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The 2021 season was a season in which grad transfers and fifth-year players seemed to dominate the landscape. However, as usual, there were freshmen at every position that broke through and shined during their first season of college lacrosse.

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Previewing The 2021 NCAA Quarterfinals

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Eight teams enter the weekend, but once the sun sets on Sunday night only four will be left standing. It’s time for the quarterfinals and a ticket to Hartford (Conn.) to be part of lacrosse’s greatest stage is on the line.

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Black Lacrosse Stories: James Ford

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*This article is part of a month long series, Black Lacrosse Stories, that highlights Black players and coaches who have made an impact on our game, but may be lesser known to many younger players today.*

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NCAA Stock Watch: Which Teams Improved Their Stock Over The Offseason

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Since the 2020 season was abruptly ended in mid-March due to the Coronavirus outbreak, you could argue that it has been somewhat of a “free agent” frenzy across the college lacrosse landscape. Seniors were announcing their returns to their previous program for a fifth-year or entering their name into the NCAA Transfer Portal in hopes of finding a new home for the 2021 season.

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St. John’s College, D.C., Defenseman Riley Figueiras Chooses Rutgers

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Brian Brecht and the Rutgers Scarlet Knights landed a commitment in the 2022 class on Wednesday, as St. John’s College, D.C., defenseman Riley Figueiras announced that he would be taking his talents Piscataway in a few years. The defenseman also considered Boston U. and Brown.

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Electrifying Offense, High Expectations Lead Rutgers Into 2021 Season

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Since the first NCAA Tournament in 1971, the Rutgers Scarlet Knights have made nine appearances. Their last trip came in 2004 when they made the Scarlet Knights completed their second-ever back-to-back NCAA Tournament trip.

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