PISCATAWAY, NJ – Regular season play in the Big Ten Conference is complete, and Rutgers finished the slate with a 10-4 record, the second most wins in the league. With a 3-2 mark in conference play, RU earned the No. 2 seed in the Big Ten Conference Tournament. The Scarlet Knight will play No. 3 seed Johns Hopkins in the Semifinals at 8 p.m. Thursday at Homewood Field in Baltimore. The game will be nationally broadcast on the Big Ten Network.

Statistically, RU placed multiple players among the top of the league rankings. Rutgers was buoyed by its starting attack unit of Scott BiedaJules Heningburg and Adam Charalambides. That group combined for 99 goals, 64 assists and 163 points. In regular season stats that ranked second among all NCAA starting attack units.

Rutgers in the Big Ten Stats:

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Senior Attacker Scott Bieda
- Led the Big Ten with 58 points and 4.14 points per game
- Second in the Big Ten with 32 assists
- Tied for first in Big Ten with three game-winning goals
- Only Big Ten Player with both 20+ goals and 30 + assists
- Nine points versus St. John’s was most single-game points by any Big Ten player this year
- In conference games only: 12 assists and 21 points were second in Big Ten

Sophomore Attacker Jules Heningburg
- Led the Big Ten with 38 goals
- Led Big Ten with 26 points and 18 goals in conference games
- Six goals and eight points versus Penn State was best individual performance in a conference game this season

Freshman Attacker Adam Charalambides
- Third in the Big Ten with 35 goals
- Led Big Ten freshmen with 35 goals
- 6 goals vs. St. John’s tied for most by a Big Ten player in any game this season

Senior Long-Stick Midfielder Zack Sikora
- Second among Big Ten long-stick midfielders with 44 ground balls
- Only Big Ten players with 40 + ground balls and five + goals

Team Statistics
- First in ground balls – 459 (68 more than second place)
- First in caused turnovers – 109 (14 more than second place)
- Most goals in conference play – 62
- Most caused turnovers in conference play – 36