Michelle Klejmont

Michelle Klejmont

Managing Editor

Michelle is a School of Arts and Sciences sophomore suffering from a crippling fear of the future. She is has a hunger for travel and beautiful places. She enjoys the Internet, her pet corgi Cooper, caramel coffee, moleskines, her dad's cardigans, veggie straws, instant photography and being blonde. When she's not planning her next getaway, she's camping out for concerts or squeezing in a nap. Her collection of black-ink pens is ever growing. She lives behind the lens. A photo of her is more valuable than a photo of Nelly or Big Foot.  She served as the Photo Editor for Board 146 and is beyond excited to continue her journey with the Targum as Board 147's Managing Editor.

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Two students were robbed Sunday night while walking through the Sears parking.

Redshirt senior defensive lineman Darius Hamilton was one of four Scarlet Knights chosen as team captains by their peers for the first season of head coach Chris Ash's tenure in Piscataway. The nomination made Hamilton the first three-time team captain in program history.

Junior outfielder Tom Marcinczyk hit a go-ahead, 2-run single in the eighth inning of Rutgers’ win over Villanova Wednesday.

Senior pitcher Howie Brey is scheduled to pitch in game one of Rutgers’ series with Nebraska. He has a 2.61 ERA in 2016.

Junior outfielder Tom Marcinczyk’s single in the bottom of the eight inning scored the game-winning run and added insurance as Rutgers defeated Villanova, 6-4, to earn its first winning record of the season.

Senior defensive lineman Julian Pinnix-Odrick led the Scarlet defense at the spring game with six total tackles.

Head coach Chris Ash was impressed with the defensive unit’s performance in the Scarlet and White game, saying it played a clean game

Outfielder Tom Marcinczyk said he’s feeling more comfortable at the plate. The junior leads the Knights in home runs and RBIs.

Senior catcher R.J. Devish leads the Knights in on-base percentage at .534 and he is second on the team in batting average.

Junior outfielder Tom Marcinczyk swings at a pitch during Rutgers' weekend series against Penn State. Marcinczyk hit a 2-run triple in the Knights' game one win. 

Senior third baseman Jordan Whitley drove in a career-high 4 runs on three hits in Rutgers' 8-3 win over Indiana Friday. Whitley again led the Knights in hits on Senior Day Saturday with two.

Senior pitcher Howie Brey releases a pitch in Rutgers' 5-0 win over Penn State Friday. Brey hurled a complete-game shutout for the Knights. 

Junior quarterback Hayden Rettig scans the field for an open receiver in the fourth quarter of the Scarlet and White game Saturday night. Rettig went 4-for-6 for 76 yards and a touchdown in his first two drives, finishing the night 13-for-22 with 186 yards.

Junior wide receiver Janarion Grant attempts to evade his defender in the Scarlet and White spring game Saturday night. Grant was the star of the game, earning 140 yards and scoring a touchdown on a game-high 140 yards receiving.

Head coach Chris Ash asked fans to create a game-like environment at High Point Solutions Stadium on Saturday night.

Head football coach Chris Ash held no punches in assessing his team in his weekly press conference Thursday,

Sophomore cornerback Isaiah Wharton started all 12 games last season for Rutgers as a redshirt freshman.

Senior center Derrick Nelson is surrounded by teammates and coaches after colliding with Dorian Miller against Nebraska last season.

Junior pitcher Aubrie Levine said Rutgers will prepare for its game with Seton Hall like any other contest despite the rivalry.

Sophomore first baseman Rebecca Hall said a lot of the focus this week was on hitting, especially in key situations with runners on base.

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