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Sophomore Lindsay Balsamo won her singles draw last weekend at the Brown Invitational, the team’s first tournament since she went 13-8 in singles play as a freshman. Balsamo also played Nos. 2 and 3 doubles last year.

Sophomore Lindsay Balsamo took first in her singles draw this weekend at the?Brown Invitational, the Knights’ first tournament of the fall campaign. Balsamo had Rutgers’ second-best singles record in the spring, when she went 13-7, including an 8-2 mark in Big East play.

Head coach Ben Bucca praised assistant Hilary Ritchie, left, for her collegiate tennis background.

Senior midfielder Ali Steinberg netted a goal in Saturday’s season finale — a 9-7 loss to Georgetown. Senior attack Danielle Mascera assisted Steinberg’s goal.

Sophomore Lauren Sbrilli is one of three Knights to take the field tomorrow with more than 30 goals. Sbrilli registered her sixth hat trick of the season Saturday at Loyola (Md.).

Freshman Lindsay Balsamo combined with senior Morgan Ivey for a 12-9 record in doubles, a strength of the team.

Sophomore midfielder Lauren Sbrilli tied for the lead in goals for the Knights with three in Saturday’s 15-10 loss against No. 14 Loyola (Md.), two of which came on a four-goal strech from Rutgers to open the contest. The game marked Sbrilli’s sixth hat trick of the season.

Senior midfielder Ali Steinberg recorded a hat trick Saturday at Loyola, where she surpassed 100 career points.

Freshman Lindsey Balsamo teams with senior Morgan Ivey in the No. 2 doubles position. The pair sports an 12-8 record this season, with its lastest victory coming against West Virginia.

Senior Morgan Ivey competes today in her final Big East Tournament.

Senior Ali Steinberg drives Sunday on a Cincinnati defender. The midfielder is second on the Knights in goals scored.

Senior No. 2 singles Jennifer Holzberg returns a volley Sunday against West Virginia. Holzberg and the Knights earned a?No. 8 seed in the Big East Tournament, facing Cincinnati.

Senior attack Danielle Mascera looks for open space Sunday during the Knights’ home victory against Cincinnati. Mascera broke the school’s single-season assists record in the win.

The doubles victory was the pair’s third in its last four matches and its second of the weekend, when the Knights went 2-0 overall to end their regular season.

Sophomore Vanessa Petrini secured a victory Sunday in No. 2 doubles play with senior Jennifer Holzberg, 8-3, against West Virginia.

Senior attack Danielle Mascera drives against a Cincinnati defender yesterday in the Knights’ 13-10 victory at Yurcak Field. Mascera set the school’s single-season assists record in the win.

Sophomore midfielder Lauren Sbrilli looks to avoid a Cincinnati defender yesterday at Yurcak Field. Sbrilli led the Knights with three goals in the Senior Day victory.

Joanna Circillo, a School of Arts and Sciences junior, left, Henah Parikh, a School of Arts and Sciences junior view a posterboard displaying information about the Alternative Break trip to Washington, D.C. The event last night was to showcase the various trips taken.

Students dance last night at the Rutgers Student Center on the College Avenue campus at a free event sponsored by the Rutgers?Salsa Club.

Dharun Ravi leaves the second-floor courtroom in the Middlesex County Courthouse after the first day of trial. The trial, which began on Friday, is expected to last three to four weeks.

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