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Junior Jenifer Holzberg, No. 1 doubles partner to senior Amy
Zhang, leads the Knights in singles play with a 15-4 record.
Holzberg and Zhang, who are 14-5 in doubles play this season, will
play their final home match together today in Manasquan, N.J.
Amy Zhang, a School of Arts and Sciences senior, is also captain
of the women's varsity tennis team.
Rutgers Stadium and the surrounding area on Busch'campus will
host a handful of athletic events on April 30 for Rutgers Day,
featuring the Scarlet-White Game.
Senior captain Amy Zhang led the Knights' improved singles play,
combined with their change in fortune in doubles.
Freshman'Stefania Balasa won both her matches in straight
Despite changes to the lineup made by head coach Ben Bucca, the
Knights' No. 1 doubles pair of senior Amy Zhang and junior Jennifer
Holzberg took its match against Seton Hall en route to the team's
7-0 sweep of the match.
The Knights must find a way to produce without senior outfielder
Jen Meinheit, who injured her ACL against Syracuse.
Junior Jennifer Holzberg has a 14-2 record in No. 2 singles and
teams with Amy Zhang on the top doubles team.
Senior Amy Zhang is the Knights' No. 1 singles player but also
part of their top doubles partnership with Jennifer Holzberg.
Junior righthander Nathaniel Roe earned his second win of the
season yesterday with a 7 1/3 inning performance against visiting
Senior captain Amy Zhang won both of her singles matches against
St.'John's and Syracuse this weekend and also claimed a pair of
victories in doubles play. Head coach Ben Bucca kept Zhang
partnered with Jennifer Holzberg, and the pair won both
After a breakout freshman season and missing games due to
sickness, sophomore Steve Nyisztor has a .238 batting average with
a pair of home runs and nine RBI through 12 games.
New Brunswick mayor, James Cahill, worked with Meals on Wheels
volunteers to distribute food to the city's elderly population. The
food was prepared by the Elijah's Promise catering facility.
Junior third baseman Brittney Lindley, a Cicero, N.Y., native,
plays Syracuse for the first time since her freshman season.
Junior righthander Nathaniel Roe lost the final game of the
Knights' Spring Break trip in a 6-0 game with East Carolina.
Junior Leonora Slatnick teamed up with a new doubles partner in
freshman Stefania Balasa and won each of her two matches.
No. 1 singles player Amy Zhang won her match against Marquette
last weekend after losing her previous two matches in a rough start
to her senior season.
Senior No. 1 singles player Amy Zhang defeated her Marqette
opponent in three sets after last weekend's two-loss effort.
Senior first baseman Mandy'Craig contributed 10 hits and 10
RBI'in 15 at-bats in front of several family members over the
weekend, when the Knights won four of five contests.
Sophomore righthander Tyler Gebler assumed the No. 1 spot in the
starting rotation in the preseason.