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Mohamed Sanu's longest Wild Knight run was a 34-yard touchdown scamper last year against Louisville, which he torched for 148 yards and two scores.
West Virginia's Noel'Devine, above, and Connecticut's Jordan Thomas were the Big East's best tailbacks in the early weeks, as Devine ran for 131 yards last week and Todman totaled 448 through three games.
Dion Lewis torched Rutgers for 180 yards and two touchdowns in his Big East Offensive Player of the Year campaign, but this year, the sophomore running back averaged just 2.9 yards per carry through the first two games.
Junior setter Kallie Pence just missed a double-double Tuesday in the Scarlet Knights' 3-0 win over NJIT, as she finished with 32 assists and eight digs.
Junior captain Mackenzie Noda started all four games for the Scarlet Knights so far this season. The Allentown, Pa., native has one career goal, but has not scored a point this year.
Fifth-year senior running back Kordell Young rushed for 28 yards on nine carries and caught seven passes for 48 yards last season as the Knights' third down back ' the same role he will play this season after missing time with personal issues.
Senior captain Jenna Bull leads the Knights into their first home contest of the season today against Ohio. Bull is one of only two seniors on the squad and last year started all 18 games.
Sophomore infielder Steve Nyisztor returns to New Jersey after earning MVP honors in his Minnesota summer league.
Junior Art Forst transitioned from right guard to right tackle during the offseason. The Knights' offensive line started four starting fives last season and feature two starters in new spots this year.
Senior offensive lineman Howard Barbieri started at both left and right guards last season but is now the starting center.
Fifth-year senior punter Teddy Dellaganna, top, and junior place kicker San San Te, bottom, enter the 2010 season with both looking to improve upon consistency. Dellaganna is already the Rutgers all-time leader in yards per punt while Te is 30-for-45 in field goals during his first two seasons with the Knights.
Sophomore Tom Savage will enter the season as the most veteran Big East quarterback after starting 11 games last season.
Sophomore hurler Holly Johnson followed up senior Nicole Lindley's near-perfect game with a no-hit bid in the Knights' double-header split yesterday at Stony Brook.
Visitors prepare to take a tour of a helicopter on last year's Rutgers Day on Busch campus. The event this year will feature engineering and science activities as well as sporting events.
Sophomore third baseman Brittney Lindley had a strong performance against Stony Brook last year, driving in five runs and scoring four.
Sophomore Mohamed Sanu is the only proven player at the wideout position, where there is one senior and 12 underclassmen.
Visitors watch the University's marching band and dance team at last year's first annual Rutgers Day on the Busch campus.
University Department of Transportation Services will release a survey March 31 to receive student feedback about the University's transportation system.