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Bob Lloyd warned his speech wouldn’t go without tears.“At 71, I cry at supermarket openings, so I hope you bear with me,” he said when his time began at the podium on a court soon to be named after his college roommate.He first got choked up four minutes in, when he began speaking about his college best friend, and teammate James Thomas Anthony Valvano.“I want to talk about Jimmy as a player, as a coach, as a teammate and,” Lloyd said, choking up before getting to the word.
Following an upset victory over No. 4 Ohio State, the Rutgers men's lacrosse team has positioned itself very well for an at-large bid to NCAA Tournament.
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In its regular season finale, the Rutgers women’s lacrosse team traveled down to Baltimore, Maryland to take on a conference rival, fighting for a chance to appear in the 2017 Big Ten Tournament.The Scarlet Knights (8-8, 2-4) faced off against Johns Hopkins (11-5, 3-3) on the road, losing their most important game of the year, 17-9.
It’s now or nothing.The Rutgers baseball team is set to host a three game series against No. 17 Michigan this weekend at Bainton Field.
With the regular season winding down, the Rutgers softball team finds itself in 13th place out of 14 teams in the Big Ten, on the outside looking in at the conference tournament.
After a triple-overtime loss to No. 2 Maryland two weeks ago, despite the many positives to take away from almost beating one of the best teams in the country, Rutgers head coach Brian Brecht remained steadfast on one thing."You gotta win yourself into the month of May," he said.
Senior attacker Collin Scarpello will pursue a career in public service.