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Junior forward Chelsey Lee registered her third consecutive
double-double with a 15-point, 12-rebound performance Saturday
afternoon at the Louis Brown Athletic Center. Lee tied for the team
lead in scoring with sophomore center Monique Oliver in a 60-39
victory over Big'East-opponent Providence.
The way head coach C. Vivian Stringer sees it, she's stealing
Junior guard Khadijah Rushdan is the leading scorer for the
Knights this season, averaging 14.0 points per contest. The
Wilmington, Del., native is left to shoulder much of the load in
the backcourt in the absence of junior guard Nikki Speed, who is
out indefinitely with an ankle injury.
Not long after much of the student body departed from the Banks
for winter recess, the Rutgers women's basketball team found itself
on the wrong end of a pair of blowouts against No. 5 Tennessee and
No. 7 Texas A&M.
Sophomore center Monique Oliver is carrying the Knights in
Big'East play, when she averages 20.2 points and 8.5 rebounds per
game over four Rutgers victories.
Junior guard Khadijah Rushdan leads the team in scoring with 14
points per game despite missing games against Tennessee and George
Washington with a knee injury.
Junior guard Nikki Speed is out indefinitely after suffering a
foot injury in early January before the Knights took on Villanova.
The Pasadena, Calif., native averages 6.9 points and 4.1 rebounds
The Rutgers women's basketball team failed to make it two in a
row against a ranked opponent yesterday, when the Scarlet Knights
fell, 84-75, to No. 25 Boston College. Rutgers (6-4, 1-0) played
from behind the entire day and struggled from the get-go to carry
over its strong defensive performance from a win against No. 11
The Rutgers women's basketball team got to the free throw line
early and often in a 70-53 upset over No. 11 Georgetown last night,
setting a new season-high with 30 makes and 43 attempts from the
Height was supposed to be the Rutgers women's basketball team's
Achilles' heel heading into this season.
Sophomore forward Monique Oliver posted a double-double last
night at the Louis'Brown Athletic Center against visiting No. 11
Georgetown with 21 points and 17 rebounds. The sophomore went
15-for-21 from the free throw line en route to her first career
Junior guard Khadijah Rushdan played a team-high 38 minutes in
the Knights' first conference victory last night against the No. 11
Hoyas. Rushdan recorded nine rebounds and four assists in the
Junior forward April'Sykes scored 17 points to continue her
streak of reaching double-digits in seven of the Scarlet Knights'
past eight games with a strong second half against No. 11
A double-overtime win against Georgetown in last year's Big East
Tournament still rings loud in the minds of many on the Rutgers
women's basketball team.
She is still the same player that came to Piscataway two years
ago as the No. 2 overall recruit in the country.
Junior guard Nikki Speed enters tonight's game against
Georgetown after posting a career high 17 points against Central
Junior forward April Sykes scored at least 18 points in three of
the team's past four games. The most recent came in the Knights'
73-32 victory over Central Connecticut State.
The closest the Rutgers women's basketball team was to finding
itself in a game with Central Connecticut State may have been at
tipoff, when both squads were tied at zero.
For the fans of both squads who came out to the Louis Brown
Athletic Center expecting their teams to shoot the lights out, they
did not get their money's worth in the first half.
Junior guard Nikki Speed scored a career high 17 points on
5-for-10 shooting yesterday at the Louis Brown Athletic Center,
where the Knights beat Central Connecticut State, 73-32.