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University a capella group OrphanSporks comes in second place on Friday at the International Championship of Collegiate A Capella Tournament.

A capella groups ShockWave, top, and Casual Harmony perform at Friday's tournament in the Nicholas Music Center on Douglass campus. University group Casual Harmony along with OrphanSporks will receive the opportunity to enter as wildcards in the finals.

Douglas Stansfield, president of Trans Atlantic Electric Conversions L.L.C., presents his assessment of the 2010 elective vehicle market at the Symposium on Alternative Energy held Tuesday on Busch campus.

Sophomore Gregory Echenique will miss at least a month after undergoing eye surgery yesterday. Senior Hamady N'Diaye, above, got the start in his stead and posted 22 points, 10 rebounds and eight blocks.

Monmouth's Justin Sofman transferred from RU to the Hawks two years ago. He scored eight points last night and pulled in six boards.

With Wednesday's victory over West Virginia, head coach Bob Reasso has now guided the Knights to 10 Big East quarterfinal appearances.

Sliders Bar and Grill, located downtown at 378 Easton Ave., has nothing over $10 on the menu and serves numerous 4 oz. beef, chicken, seafood and vegetarian sliders.

Aly Mazhar left Friday's game against Syracuse with a concussion and is questionable for tonight's game vs. St. John's.

Junior captain Yannick Salmon returns to the lineup after serving a suspension against Syracuse. The New York native is tied with sophomore forward Ibrahim Kamara with a team-high four goals.

Nate Bourdeau transferred to Rutgers after spending a season at Boston College.

Nate Bourdeau has two goals in eight games this season.

Junior center back Andrew Cuevas has started six of eight games this season and scored his first career goal against Seton Hall.

The United States is one point away from qualification for the 2010 World Cup. They face Honduras away and Costa Rica at home.

Aly Mazhar had difficulties returning to the United States from Egypt.

Aly Mazhar arrived ten days late for Rutgers training camp dealt with an injured ankle.

In a span of six minutes in the second half, sophomore midfielder Yannick Salmon put the Knights ahead for good with a pair of goals.

The Rutgers men's soccer team hosts Providence and Connecticut this weekend to open Big East play.

Junior forward Nate Bourdeau (11) leaps for a ball against Stanford Friday night. Bourdeau scored the lone goal of the game Sunday night against St. Peter's.

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