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Rutgers is an equal access/equal opportunity institution. Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to direct suggestions, comments, or complaints concerning any accessibility issues with Rutgers websites to [email protected] or complete the Report Accessibility Barrier / Provide Feedback form.Rutgers–Camden offers 17 men’s and women’s athletic teams. Root for the home team, as a player, or a fan of our NCAA Division III athletics. Go Scarlet Raptors!
Club sports at Rutgers–Camden are student organized, led, and funded. They can be organized to serve either the recreational needs or the competitive interests of their members. Current active clubs include men’s ice hockey, dance team, and RUFit weightlifting and fitness club.Whether you’re looking for an invigorating workout, exciting intramural sports, or competitive and social club sports, we have something for everyone, and we’re always looking to expand our offerings to meet our students’ interests.Get in the game — on the field, at the gym, or in the stands. There’s a lot to cheer about at Rutgers–Camden, from Scarlet Raptor sports to top-of-the-line recreational facilities and programs. The Athletic and Fitness Center building includes a resistance pool, locker rooms, offices for coaches and administrators, a state-of-the-art training room, and courts for the Scarlet Raptors’ basketball and volleyball programs. Former Rutgers head basketball coach Mike Rice was the talk of college basketball for all the wrong reasons seven months ago when he was fired after a video showed him physically and mentally abusing his players during practice. Rice has kept a low profile since then, but he has finally come forward with his side of the story.“You’re successful and now you keep building and it gets a little more out of control until it becomes a problem,” he says. “And my problem became a huge problem, and I never took time out to analyze how I was going about things. Even though people would say things, I’m not hearing it. Because the intensity is what I was, the intensity is what I knew.” Jonathan Mahler of The New York Times shadowed Rice for several months in an effort to figure out why the disgraced coach acted out in such an extreme manner. While Rice expressed a great deal of remorse and took responsibility for his actions, he also stopped short of calling his actions abusive.The 44-year-old Rice is working hard to rehabilitate his image, and while he still appears to have a long road ahead of him terms of getting another collegiate coaching job, he has kept busy by running after-school basketball clinics and coaching his son’s high school team, according to Mahler. Some questioned the sincerity of Rice’s apology, but based on the many conversations he has had with Mahler, it’s clear that Rice is trying to better himself as a person.
Rice certainly isn’t trying to run away from the fact that he acted inappropriately, but he suggested that the things that happened in that infamous video occurred quite infrequently.“I wish I would have been more thoughtful in how I went about making them forged as a team, making them tougher as a unit,” Rice said. “Or maybe just accepting that sometimes you have to accept that you are who you are. Look, we’re not very good, but we’re going to try every day, and we’re going to do the right things.” Rice has certainly become more philosophical since the fallout, and he now fully realizes the fact that he went about motivating his team in the worst way possible.“When you look at those moments, they’re ugly moments, there’s no way of describing them any way else,” he said, adding, “Once every 20 practices doesn’t make it that way every day.”
“He’s got a seven-week job interview as the coordinator,” Schiano said. “I think he is a very talented quarterback coach and the development of our quarterbacks is going to be an integral part of us being successful on offense. I think he’s got a lot of experience at running offenses, coaching quarterbacks. I think he was the man for this time.”Now Rutgers has to hope that Campanile can find a way to get more from the Scarlet Knights’ offense, which has been a problem all season. Injuries haven’t helped − two-year starter Noah Vedral missed the first four games due to injury and four-star recruit Gavin Wimsatt has missed the last three games with an injury. Evan Simon has made some good plays, but has been inconsistent and turnover-prone, including three interceptions against Nebraska. One led to the Cornhuskers’ go-ahead touchdown.