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09-10-2015 11:36 PM
In The Mix
Current Situation?

It's been a while since this thread was posted and it raises some serious concerns for those considering this school. Any updates on the current situation?
06-06-2013 12:48 PM
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college coach

I've been looking for a college coaching job for some time now. I haven't gotten many interivews. I am an excellent coach and really care about the players. Anyone know a college that is looking for a good coach with excellent credentials?
05-31-2013 06:28 AM
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Maybe it's time for some of the team girls at Rutgers to bring the coach's behavior to the AD's attention. I imagine after the Basketball incident, they would have low tolerance for this type of behavior from any coach in any sport.
This is a funny comment knowing who the AD is and the history there. Rutgers is a joke. I feel sorry for the athletes and students of this school because if you are on the outside looking in, it's not a school that is respected and it is tainted now. Consistent bad decisions by the AD's and administration turning a blind eye and not dealing with things properly. Poor hiring decisions and it just continues. If the Big Ten had delayed their decision on expansion, Rutgers would be stuck in the American Athletic Conference. It would be UCONN or Cinn in that spot. I'm sure the Big Ten is kicking themselves now. But they have to brush it under the carpet, they have egg all over their face now.
05-10-2013 02:51 PM
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Top Drawer Soccer posted upcoming commitments: > 70% PDA.
04-25-2013 01:57 PM
Unregistered Maybe it's time for some of the team girls at Rutgers to bring the coach's behavior to the AD's attention. I imagine after the Basketball incident, they would have low tolerance for this type of behavior from any coach in any sport.
04-25-2013 12:58 PM
Unregistered Sadly, this is true at alot of universities, large and small -- not just Rutgers. Don't just accept an offer somewhere without watching some practice sessions/games--see the style of play, how the team interacts with each other and with the coaches. You'll learn more that way than listening to the coach's b.s.
Remember, you'll spend most of your time with your team/coaches.
04-06-2013 01:37 PM
Reflections on the banks
A sad day in the State of RU Athletics

In reviewing all of the posts here, we are struck by how the alleged misogynist treatment, discrimination, and harrassment against players of the Rutgers Women's Soccer team has been dismissed and ignored by the administration, even though the majority of the players that have made it through the program have brought this up in their exit interviews and frequently having given fair notice many times before that. Is there one single positive exit interview that could defend the program? Scott Minto, as quoted in Bloomberg article on April 4, 2013, says, "With players on year-to-year scholarships and afraid to speak out about improper coaching behavior, itís the responsibility of administrators such as Pernetti and Barchi to protect them." In light of the events surrounding the Rutgers Athletics this week, does video have to be produced and shared with the media in order for the proper measures to be taken to protect these young women from this point forward at least? Is it the case that the women's soccer program is not one that merits the school's or the media's attention? Isn't that indicative of gender bias in and of itself?
10-14-2012 08:40 PM
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4 of 10 incoming freshman from PDA. If your going to mae statements let's get fact straight .
Just looked at the current roster - 5 of 10 (Half). Sad.
10-08-2012 08:41 AM
Unregistered [QUOTE=Unregistered;821648]4 of 10 incoming freshman from PDA. If your going to mae statements let's get fact straight .

Anyone who doesn't connect the lines between PDA and the Rutgers coaches and their camps has his head in the sand. MONEY!! Any parent out there even thinking about sending their daughter there, DON'T!!! It might sound great saying that you are going to play for Rutgers, but most of those girls have not even played a minute this season. Somebody should contact the NCAA about the coaches verbal abuse to the girls!
10-01-2012 12:33 PM
Unregistered Get off your duffs parents , stop complaining, and start fighting as hard for your girls as they are playing for their team! If the AD doesn't do something, go to the next higher up, and don't let them sweet talk you. My heart aches for those freshman who are so confident this year because of all their time playing, knowing that next year they will be sitting on the bench just like all their upper classmen friends are doing this year. It is a pattern!!! Something here doesn't pass the smell test! The sad part of all this is that the girls are all excellent players. Fight parents, fight!!!
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