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Center fielder Bates earned tournament MVP with a home run and three doubles.

Junior left hander Alyssa Landrith redeemed her 4-2 loss against Colorado State Friday to toss a one-hitter Sunday against UTSA.

Junior outfielder Chandler Howard hit two home runs in RU’s opening weekend, including a three-run shot yesterday.

Sophomore Jenna Williams said the Knights treated every practice this week as if it were a meet in preparation for Sunday’s meet at George Washington.

Jennifer Garner, Jamie Foxx, Queen Latifah and Denis Leary were a few among the many famous faces spotted at the Super Bowl XLVIII last night. Queen Latifah sang “America the Beautiful” at the pre-game show.

Jennifer Garner, Jamie Foxx, Queen Latifah and Denis Leary were a few among the many famous faces spotted at the Super Bowl XLVIII last night. Queen Latifah sang “America the Beautiful” at the pre-game show.

Pop sensation Bruno Mars performs at the half-time show at MetLife Stadium last night. His performance included a medley of his hits like “Treasure,” “Runaway Baby,” “Just the Way You Are” and “Locked Out of Heaven.”

The Rutgers Marching Band performs at MetLife Stadium for Super Bowl XLVIII. Rutgers opened at the pre-game show alongside the Syracruse University Marching Band  with Bruce Sprinsteen’s “Born to Run.” The New York-New Jersey medley included songs like “Livin’ on a Prayer” by Bon Jovi, Frank Sinatra’s “New York, New York” and “Empire State of Mind” by Jay-Z.

Kelsea Holton, a School of Management and Labor Relations junior, performed at the Super Bowl XLVIII pre-game, with the Rutgers Marching Band.

Spectators at MetLife Stadium cheer as they watch the final match between the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos.

A cheerleader for the Denver Broncos proudly rides in on a horse to boost team spirit.

Jennifer Garner, Jamie Foxx, Queen Latifah and Denis Leary were a few among the many famous faces spotted at the Super Bowl XLVIII last night. Queen Latifah sang “America the Beautiful” at the pre-game show.

Jennifer Garner, Jamie Foxx, Queen Latifah and Denis Leary were a few among the many famous faces spotted at the Super Bowl XLVIII last night. Queen Latifah sang “America the Beautiful” at the pre-game show.

Rutgers Marching Band, scheduled to perform on Sunday at the Super Bowl, rehearses for their performance at the Bubble on Busch Campus.  The show would include a medley of songs from artists like Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi, Frank Sinatra and Jay-Z.

Rutgers Marching Band, scheduled to perform on Sunday at the Super Bowl, rehearses for their performance at the Bubble on Busch Campus.  The show would include a medley of songs from artists like Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi, Frank Sinatra and Jay-Z.

The Rutgers Marching Band performs at the Bubble on Busch campus during a rehearsal for the Super Bowl. The band plans to perform on Sunday alongside the Syracruse University Marching Band.

Following a season-ending injury in RU’s second meet of 2013, senior Jenna Zito has proved a leader on and off the floor.

Jake Huwitz from CollegeHumor performs at the Busch Campus Center.

Students celebrate the first round of passage of the DREAM Act, which would allow undocumented youth to pay in-state tuition. The N.J. Senate approved the bill on Nov. 18 and submitted the legislation to Gov. Chris Christie.

Supporters of the DREAM Act protested in June in front of the State House in Trenton, N.J. The act was approved yesterday by the N.J. Senate 25 to 12 in favor of providing in-state tuition rates for undocumented students.

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