Rutgers men's soccer fell to Michigan State 4-3 on Sunday. Photo: Rutgers Athletics.

Both Rutgers men’s and Rutgers Women’s soccer will be playing championship soccer this weekend in Piscataway.

The Men will host Indiana in the Big Ten Championship game on Sunday afternoon at 12 noon. It will be the first ever trip for Rutgers men’s soccer to the Big Ten title game in program history.

Rutgers advanced to the final after a thrilling 2-1 victory over Ohio State in the semi-finals. Leading the way this season for Rutgers has been High Point senior transfer MD Myers, who has exploded this year offensively with 13 goals for RU.

Jackson Temple (six goals) has also had an outstanding year, and scored the first goal of the semi-finals game against the Buckeyes.

Freshman goalie Ciaran Dalton has been incredible, allowing only 18 goals in 14 games played this year for a 1.27 goals against average.

We will have a special Fox Sports on the Road Preview on Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m.

Meanwhile, the women’s soccer team begins play in the NCAA Tournament for the 11th consecutive year when it plays host to Brown on Saturday afternoon at 12 noon.

The ladies were in the NCAA Final Four last fall and look for a return trip this season. Rutgers has had a tremendous amount of success in women’s soccer. Not only is this its 11th consecutive trip to the NCAA’s, it’s their 15th trip in the last 17 years.

This season the Scarlet Knights jumped out to a 9-0 start, before finishing the year 13-4-2.

Six players from the 2022 squad received Big Ten All Conference Awards: Sophomore Emily Mason earns her first All-Conference nod with a spot on the First Team for defenders. Junior Sara Brocious is Second Team for midfielders. Juniors Sam Kroeger and Allison Lowrey, along with sophomore Riley Tiernan, have been named Third Team All-Big Ten for forwards, and junior Emma Misal earns a spot on the Third Team for defenders.

It’s going to be an incredible weekend of Rutgers sports.