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Editor-in-ChiefDan Corey is a Rutgers Business School junior majoring in marketing and journalism and media studies. Originally from Middletown, New Jersey, his hobbies include sleeping, eating and complaining about a lack of the two. He enjoys coffee, lemon cake, road rage, playing the drums, being loud and his pet beagle, Petey. You can listen to his radio show, "The 'D' Train" on Wednesday mornings on WRSU-FM Rutgers Radio. You can follow him on Twitter @danielhcorey for more stories, or email him at email@example.com.
Freshman guard Corey Sanders continued his scorching form against Nebraska, dropping 28 points in an 87-63 loss. Sanders scored 39 points in Rutgers' last contest, a 110-101 loss in triple-overtime to Illinois.
Senior guard Bishop Daniels was one of just two Knights to reach double-figures in Rutgers' 87-63 loss to Nebraska Saturday. Daniels pitched in 13 points against the Cornhuskers.
Nette Compton, senior director of Park Central and CityPark Development, spoke about local engagement in parks and their impact on people, especially in cities on Feb. 3 at the Cook-Douglass Lecture Hall.
Freshman forward Jonathan Laurent’s career-high 23 points in RU’s latest loss were overshadowed by fellow freshman Corey Sanders 39 point clip.
Freshman guard Corey Sanders attempts to get to the hole between two defenders in Rutgers' heartbreaking 110-101 loss to Illinois in triple-overtime. Sanders scored a career-high 39 points, the most by a freshman in program history, along with 12 assists and eight rebounds.
Corey Sanders fires a last-second desperation shot at the buzzer of the first overtime period Wednesday night at the Rutgers Athletic Center. The freshman guard did the unthinkable to force a second overtime, but focused on a missed free throw with three seconds in regulation that would have put Rutgers ahead, 76-75. Instead, despite Sanders's heroics on his way to 39 points, 12 assists and eight rebounds, the Knights fell to the Illini in triple-overtime, 110-101.
Sophomore guard Mike Williams attacks the basket in Rutgers' 110-101 loss in triple-overtime to Illinois Wednesday. Williams contributed 15 points for the Knights before fouling out in the first overtime period.
Jonthan Laurent throws down a two-hand dunk Wednesday night at the Rutgers Athletic Center. The freshman forward posted 23 points and eight rebounds to complement fellow freshman guard Corey Sanders's career night, but Rutgers came up empty-handed in a 110-101 loss to Illinois in triple-overtime.
Head coach Chris Ash has received 14 verbal commits prior to National Signing Day amid numerous decommitments.
Freshman guard Corey Sanders said Rutgers is evaluating both Illinois and itself in an effort to snap its nine-game losing streak. The guard leads all freshmen in the Big Ten in points, assists and steals per game.
Defensive coordinator Jay Niemann believes Rutgers’ location allows the coaching staff to reach recruits that fit its vision.
Head coach Eddie Jordan said Rutgers will have the same gameplan against Illinois even if injuries force the opposition to play with a small rotation.
Junior swimmer Rachel Stoddard finished with two NCAA “B” cuts in the 100 and 200 breast events against New Hampshire.
After 13 hours, The Daily Targum caucused in its 148th editorial board. Over the next two months, they will focus on ensuring the future of the paper through referendum.
Sophomore guard Mike Williams led the Knights with 18 points, but his efforts weren’t enough to prevent another blowout loss in conference play.
A new study found that using a mobile phone or similar electronic device would impact a student's sleeping habits and grades.
Jayde Hirniac, a School of Arts and Sciences senior (left) and Alexandria Newman, a School of Environmental and Biological Sciences first-year (right), are part of the Rutgers Mounted Patrol unit. They work with the Community Service Officers to keep an eye on the Cook and Douglass campuses.