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Brendan McInerney

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Sophomore Mike Rosario ranked fifth nationally among freshman in scoring last season with 16.2 points per game.

Head coach C. Vivian Stringer has to find a way to replace Epiphanny Prince, Kia Vaughn and Heather Zurich.

Senior guard Brittany Ray, right, started in all 33 games last season.

EON Executive Board Members Martha Guarnieri, left, and Charlie Kratovil, right, wait for election ballots to be counted yesterday in the city clerk's office.

Connecticut junior forward Maya Moore, right, was a unanimous selection as the Big East Preseason Player of the Year.

The Big East coaches awarded Luke Harangody (44) as the Big East Preseason Player of the Year for the second consecutive season.

Sophomore middle blocker Hannah Curtis was named MVP of the Bucknell Invitational. The Scarlet Knights won all three of their matches, winning a tournament for the first time since 2004.

Junior Emma Chrystal, a native of Kalamazoo, Mich., recorded double-digit kills in the Scarlet Knights' 3-2 comeback win over Princeton at the Delaware Invitational.

Students can donate a maximum of two guest swipes to the semi-annual Meal Sign-aways program, which will benefit the New Jersey Community Foodbank.

Freshman guard Mike Rosario, above, and the Scarlet Knights closed out their season in a game resembling the rest of their year' incomplete.

The cast of 'Beatlemania' came to the University Saturday to play for a group of students and people from neighboring areas. Last year's event, above, was so well received, the troupe returned.

Construction of some city schools will commence in the coming years, including the new high school for New Brunswick, set for

Freshman guard Nikki Speed

Senior forward Heather Zurich (above) was a key part of the Scarlet Knights' 2007 Big East Championship run

Rutgers junior guard Epiphanny Prince was honored yesterday with a First Team All-Big East selection, averaging 19.1 points per game on the year.

After coming on in the last three games, senior center Kia Vaughn earned a spot on the All-Big East Honor Roll. Vaughn had 24 points and seven rebounds Monday, in a 69-59 loss to UConn.

Held in check compared to her season averages, the Rutgers women's basketball team limited UConn forward Maya Moore (23) to just 12 points and six rebounds and three turnovers.

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