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Home Arena: College Avenue Gym, Rutgers University
Location: New Brunswick, N.J.
Conference: Big 10
Head Coach: Caitlin Schweihoffer
Notable Players: Beka Kojadinovic, Tali Marmen, Anastasiia Maksimova and Tessa Lawson
Rutgers Scarlet Knights Women’s Volleyball TicketsFounded in 1766, Rutgers University now has more than 69,000 students enrolled and a variety of Scarlet Knights Athletic teams. The women’s volleyball team was established in 1977 and they have a record of 618-760 as of last season. They have appeared in one NCAA tournament in 1979 and twice in EAIAW championships in 1980 and 1981. They were the 1982 Atlantic 10 Tournament champions and have appeared in 10 conference tournaments, including both the Atlantic 10 and Big East Conferences. The Scarlet Knights Women’s Volleyball team’s winningest season was 1979 when it had 44 games, and the team's best winning percentage was .857 (30-5) in 1972. The 1978 season was also the season the team had the fewest losses. The team had an 18-match winning streak at its home court from Oct. 30, 1999 through Nov. 9, 2001. With a solid roster of talented ladies determined to set new records, the Scarlet Knights Women’s Volleyball team is a strong force this season. Grab your tickets to see Scarlet Knights women’s volleyball games at StubHub.
Who is the coaching staff for the Rutgers Scarlet Knights women’s volleyball team?Caitlin Schweihoffer, also a member of the AVCA East Region All-American and the NCAA National Post-Graduate Scholarship committees, took over as head coach for the Scarlet Knights women’s volleyball team in January 2020. Schweihoffer spent just one season as head coach for the Northeastern Huskies women’s volleyball and five seasons with the LaSalle Explorers women’s volleyball team. While at LaSalle, she was named the 2018 Atlantic 10 Coach of the Year. Schweihoffer is assisted on the court by Assistant Coaches, Steve Santonastaso and Robbie Belden.
Where is the home court for the Rutgers Scarlet Knights women’s volleyball team?The College Avenue Gym serves as home to the Scarlet Knights women’s volleyball team as well as the Rutgers wrestling team. With seating for 1,200, the intimate venue is also known as "The Barn" due to its outside appearance. With fans literally sitting just above the action, the court can be both intimidating for opponents and inspiring for Scarlet Knights.
What is the Rutgers Scarlet Knights women’s volleyball schedule like?Beginning in late August to early September, you can catch the Scarlet Knights volleyball team hitting the courts hosting the Rutgers Invitational. You can also catch them participating in events like the Hampton Inn & Suites Northern Colorado Classic and the Ellis Rowland Memorial Tournament hosted by Colgate. You will find them competing with other Big 10 Conference schools including the Fighting Illini, the Penn State Nittany Lions and the Purdue Boilermakers. If you cannot make it to see the Scarlet Knights volleying at their home court, be sure to check them out in other cities across the region including Ann Arbor, Mich., Evanston, Ill., or Lincoln, Neb.
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Who are some of the Rutgers Scarlet Knights women’s volleyball MVPs?The Most Valuable Player (MVP) award is given to the player who has gone above and beyond in her volleyball season helping to lead the Scarlet Knights to victory. Over the years, some players to win this title include Juliet Miller (1978, 1980, 1981), Barbara Boxler (1984), Elke Voigt-Alvord (1986-1989), Kera Carter (1999-2000) and Shayla Bush (2001-2003).
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