Rutgers Drops Second Straight in Cancun

Rutgers will not look to come back to Cancun anytime soon. A day after a rough loss to Illinois State, the Scarlet Knights dropped another close contest, 58-53, to Richmond in similar fashion.
November 23, 2011

Learning Leadership at the Shore

With all but three of Rutgers' scholarship players on one team at the Jersey Shore Basketball League, and with eight new players on the roster, leadership is the biggest thing being developed this summer.
July 11, 2011 TV: Extensive Highlights of JSBL

BELMAR, N.J. -- The Jersey Shore Basketball League team Gutter Cleaners, which features eight players from Rutgers, picked up its first win Thursday when it beat Sterns Trailers 111-103 at St. Rose High. Inside are extensive highlights of Wally Judge, Austin Johnson, Myles Mack, Jerome Seagears, Malick Kone, Eli Carter, Austin Carroll, Greg Lewis and Derrick Randall.
July 8, 2011

Carroll Ready for More Minutes vs. Louisville

PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- Austin Carroll is coming off of strong back-to-back performances, and because of it Rutgers coach Mike Rice said he will increase the freshman guard's minutes Tuesday against No. 16 Louisville.
February 21, 2011

Austin Carroll To Undergo Knee Surgery

Rutgers already questionable depth took a hit Tuesday when it was announced freshman guard Austin Carroll would undergo left knee surgery and miss four to six weeks. The injury impacts much more than just Carroll since the Scarlet Knights now have eight scholarship players available.
January 4, 2011

ScoutTV: SG Austin Carroll

Rutgers is off to a surprising 3-1 start and heads to Philadelphia tonight to face St. Joseph's (7:30 p.m.) at The Palestra. While the Scarlet Knights are getting contributions from everyone, freshman guard Austin Carroll's impact has been a bit more subtle. Carroll talks about his move to college, what it felt like scoring the first points of his career against Norfolk State and more.
November 25, 2010

Melvin Chooses DePaul Over Rutgers

New Rutgers coach Mike Rice missed out on 6-foot-8, 215-pound forward Cleveland Melvin, who chose DePaul over Rutgers and Marshall. Melvin pointed toward an existing relationship with one of the DePaul assistant coaches as to a big reason. However, all was not lost on the day for Rutgers, who received some good news after Rice met with signed guard Austin Carroll over the weekend.
May 17, 2010