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Located on 18 Neilsen St. in downtown New Brunswick. The initiative, sponsored by Liquid Church, was organized by volunteers.

Freshman midfielder Mael Corboz led Rutgers last year with seven assists, the most for any Knight since 2001.

Senior Karen Cash finished yesterday’s Hoya Invitational with a score of 255 as the Knights placed eighth in Washington, D.C.

Senior forward Austin Johnson and senior wing Dane Miller walk off the court at Madison Square Garden after Rutgers’ 69-61 loss, where Johnson had 18 points.

Senior forward Austin Johnson gets doubled-teamed last night against Notre Dame. Johnson picked up the production for junior forward Wally Judge, who scored two points.

Senior guard Erica Wheeler and senior forward Monique Oliver fight emotions with head coach C. Vivian Stringer close by following Saturday’s elimination from the Big East Tournament. Wheeler and Oliver might have played the final game of their careers if Rutgers does not accept a potential WNIT bid.

South Florida forward Inga Orekhova, right, contains wing Betnijah Laney, who turned the ball over six times against USF.

Senior forward Monique Oliver faces heavy South Florida pressure inside. Oliver carried the load on Rutgers’ offense with a team-leading 15 points, despite playing hurt.

Senior wing Dane Miller has been an asset, but his lack of consistent scoring and his pass-first mentality leaves his legacy uncertain.

Sophomore forward Kadeem Jack grabbed his first career double-double in last Saturday’s game against Providence. His value is even greater tomorrow against Georgetown now that Rutgers faces the Hoyas without guard Eli Carter.

Sophomore guard Jerome Seagears defends guard Vincent Council on Saturday in a loss against the Friars. Rutgers has allowed more than 70 points in three consecutive games.

Junior guard Mike Poole dribbles Saturday against Providence’s Vincent Council. Head coach Mike Riche will look to Poole for scoring to compliment Mack.

Sophomore guard Myles Mack drives past a Providence defender during Saturday’s 76-72 loss to the Friars at the RAC. Mack scored below double-digits for just the fourth time this season in Big East play.

Sophomore forward Kadeem Jack secures a rebound Saturday against Providence. Jack had his best game of the season against the Friars, registering 15 points and 10 rebounds.

Derrick Randall attempts a lay-up during Rutgers’ 76-72 home loss to Providence.

Junior tight end Paul Carrezola won the starting job over senior D.C. Jefferson during training camp, but was forced to sit out the first two games because of a lower body injury he suffered during practice. He will play tonight at USF.

New special teams coordinator Phil Galiano runs onto the field Oct. 15 against Navy. Galiano takes over for Robb Smith, who becomes Rutgers’ defensive coordinator under Kyle Flood.

Senior swimmer Jacquelyn Ward led the Scarlet Knights with two first-place finishes in the team’s final meet of the season at the Sonny Werblin Recreation Center. The Berlin, N.J., native won both the 100- and 200-yard freestyle events to help the Knights to a 9-2 record in head coach Phil Spiniello’s second year at the helm.

Freshman point guard Myles Mack said the Knights’ preseason recognition got to their heads in the first month of the season.

Freshman?guard?Eli?Carter drives to the basket last night, when he scored 17 points to lead Rutgers in a 59-57 loss.

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