Greg Johnson is a School of Arts and Sciences senior, graduating this spring with a degree in journalism and a minor in psychology. He joined the Targum in September of 2012 and was on the editorial board as the associate sports editor for half a term before becoming the sports editor in February of 2014. Outside of the office, he can frequently be found hanging out with friends, googling pictures of cute dogs, watching sports, or at Destination Dogs, slurping down on his drink of choice, The Salty Dog. Among his favorite things are his chihuahua/greyhound mix Denali, his sunglasses (for his light sensitive eyes) General Tso's chicken and his super cool black Mustang. He is a fearless traveler and wants to explore every inch of the eastern hemisphere, starting in Germany. After graduating, he hopes to find a job in sports writing or broadcasting.
Senior faceoff specialist Joe Nardella evades a defender in the first game in the history of Big Ten Lacrosse. The Knights were edged by No. 20 Johns Hopkins March 28, 9-7. Nardella managed two assists in defeat.
After he was lured out of a three-year retirement and signed to a two-year contract last year on Jan. 31, Ralph Friedgen stepped down as Rutgers offensive coordinator on Tuesday. As Ben McDaniels successes him, Friedgen will stay on the coaching staff as a special assistant to head coach Kyle Flood for the 2015 season.
Offensive coordinator Ralph Friedgen seized a win in his first game competing against Maryland since head coaching the Terrapins from 2001 to 2010.