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Senior pitcher Casey Gaynor and the Scarlet Knights' pitching staff own a team ERA'of 6.06. They go up against a UConn squad that hits .296 as a team with 42 home runs.

Fred Hill'Sr. tips his cap to fans, family, former players and current Knights applauding him after the head baseball coach won his 1,000th game in 34 years with Montclair State and Rutgers.

Models walk the stage wearing superstitious-themed attire Sunday night as part of the 15th annual 'China Nite' held by the Chinese Student Organization in the Rutgers Student Center on the College Avenue campus.

Senior midfielder Justin'Pennington and the Scarlet Knights travel to Princeton for a date tonight with the No. 5 Tigers.

Longboarders from the Rutgers Longboarding Club and outside the University and state compete in a race to win upscale longboarding equipment from Original Skateboards Saturday at Buccleuch Park in New Brunswick.

Not even junior Amy Zhang garnered a win against DePaul over the weekend, as Rutgers took its second shutout of the season.

Participants raise their hands to be selected as contestants Wednesday night at the annual 'The Price is Right' game in the Cook/Douglass Recreation Center.

University student Jack Gramlich gets called to 'come down' as a contestant at Wednesday's 'The Price is Right' game.

Junior outfielder Michael Lang kept the Knights' winning streak alive with his infield hit in the bottom of the ninth inning in the 9-8, come-from-behind victory over No. 24 Pitt.

Sophomore Leonora Slatnick won her match in three sets, good for her ninth straight victory in a stretch when the Knights are 7-2.

Redshirt freshman Jamil Merrell (92) is competing for a spot in the defensive line rotation, while junior Eric'LeGrand is one of the key returning players on the Scarlet Knights' front four.

Hundreds of students joined the University's Bhakti Club on Thursday night in the Busch Campus Center to listen and meditate to kirtan bands like As Kindred Spirits, who play for audiences all over the world.

Senior attack Brooke Cantwell, right, leads the team in goals and points with 18 and 25, respectively. The Knights took down two ranked opponents already but have not beat No. 7 Syracuse since 2002.

Freshman goalie Rudy Butler (16) made 20 saves over three games during Spring Break, including a high of 11 against Penn'State.

Senior Katherine Arlak won her first set 7-6, but struggled after injuring her back and lost 6-10 in a third-set tiebreaker.

Hegeman Hall, above, and the steps leading to Brower Commons on the College Avenue campus are both deteriorating. Some students express concern about the the upkeep of these structures.

Freshman goalkeeper Lily Kalata, above, earned Big East Defensive Player of the Week honors and junior attack Kristen Anderson garnered a spot on the conference's Weekly Honor Roll.'The Knights travel to Princeton tonight after winning each of their first two games.

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