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Junior third baseman Brittney Lindley took charge of the Scarlet
Knights' bats in Corpus Christi, Texas, this weekend, scoring five
runs and driving in seven more while hitting .727 in the three-day,
five-game Holiday Inn Emerald Beach Islander Classic.
Junior Leonora Slatnick plays on the Knights' No. 2 doubles
pairing with classmate Morgan Ivey.
Sophomore righthander Tyler Gebler takes the mound today for his
second career start, as the Knights face Michigan in Florida.
Sophomore Steve Nyisztor, who is making the move from second
base to shortstop this season for the Knights, led the Big East
last season with a .414 batting average.
Sophomore Tyler Gebler will get the opening day nod for Rutgers
after recording 12 saves as the closer in his freshman season.
Sophomore pitcher Abbey Houston hurled a complete game a year
ago as the team's No. 4 starter against St. John's and finished the
season with a 4.87 ERA.
Third baseman Brittney Lindley set the single-season home run
record at Rutgers with nine last season, when she spent her final
campaign with sister Nicole, who graduated in May after leading the
Knights in nearly every statistical category.
Senior Marlena Welsh leads a Knights attack that must replace
the production of Brook'Cantwell, who graduated a year ago after
making the All-Big East team and leading Rutgers in goals.
Junior guard April Sykes leads Rutgers with 13.3 points per game
this season but scored just seven points against Notre Dame.
Senior Jen Betz improved upon last season's 21st-place finish in
the 3-meter dive to reach the podium and earn a bronze medal at the
Junior Maryana Milchutskey won her singles match yesterday at
Lehigh in straight sets, 6-0, 6-0, in a sweep for the Scarlet
Knights. Milchutskey also partnered with classmate Morgan Ivey to
claim a victory in doubles play at the Bethlehem, Pa., campus.
Senior Kiah Banfield, above, and freshman Alyssa Straub tied for
a sixth-place finish in the vault with scores of 9.725. Freshman
teammate Luisa Leal-Restrepo won the event with a 9.800, part of an
impressive day for the Cali, Colombia, native, who also won the
File Photo | Three unidentified perpetrators attacked a New Brunswick resident on Huntington Street on the morning of Feb. 13.
Sophomore wing Dane Miller leads the Knights defense against
preseason Ivy League favorite Princeton and its patented motion
offense tonight in head coach'Mike Rice's inaugural game with
Rutgers, which defeated the Tigers, 58-44, last season
Pittsburgh running back Dion Lewis poses a threat, although he
has not followed up on last year's dominant freshman campaign, when
he rushed for 180 yards and two touchdowns in a 24-17 win over
Pittsburgh tailback Ray Graham only had three offensive touches
last season against Rutgers but has a bigger role this year.
Cincinnati senior wide receiver Armon Binns pulled in eight
catches for 175 yards and three touchdowns in the Bearcats' 35-27
win over Louisville last weekend,'earning Big East Offensive Player
of the Week.
Cincinnati running back Isaiah Pead (23) tallied 197 rushing
yards on just 10 carries last weekend in a 45-3 Bearcat rout over
Miami of Ohio, bringing Cincinnati's record to 2-3 on the
Sophomore Jenna Zito competes in the all-around for the Scarlet
Knights, averaging a score of 37.743 and topping 38 five times with
a season-high 38.475.
Pittsburgh's sophomore running back Ray Graham, brother of
Rutgers safety Khaseem Greene, ran for 227 yards and three
touchdowns last weekend, earning Big East Offensive Player of the