Former Rutgers football player Ray Rice was released by the Baltimore Ravens and suspended indefinitely from the NFL after a published video from TMZ revealed punches he delivered to his then-fiancee in an elevator in an Atlantic City hotel. File Photo / 2006
Redshirt sophomore Mike Teel remains one of several question marks for the football team heading into the 2006 season.
Senior Brian Leonard, here landing in the end zone for a touchdown last season against South'Florida, opted to pass up a shot at the'NFL to try a lead Rutgers to its second straight bowl game. Known for his patented leaps, the fullback recently had a video advertising his Heisman Trophy chances on display in Times Square.
Sophomore tailback Ray Rice wrought havoc on North Carolina Saturday, breaking the 200-yard mark for the second time in his young career.
Common, above, headlined Friday's RutgersFest concert on Busch campus. The lineup also featured OK Go, below.
Freshman Luis Feliz, above, will once again take the place of the injured Dave Williams in right field, after the junior sprained his knee sliding into second base Wednesday.
Sophomore attacker Kate Shomo is second on the women's lacrosse team with 27 goals this season. Shomo and the Knights have two games remaining in their season - starting with Ohio State Sunday.
Junior midfielder Katie Batiuk is the team leader in goals (34) and assists (21) for a Scarlet Knights squad that finds itself sitting at 7-7 with two games remaining. Batiuk scored two goals in RU's win Wednesday against Albany, closing out a three-game home stand.
Starter Matt Giannini threw 6.2 innings yesterday against Seton Hall, striking out six. After opening the season 0-4, the freshman has won three straight starts and has made a habit of lasting deep into games.
Leadoff man Jeff Grose, above, and second baseman Mike Bionde gave RU with a spark out of the top two spots in the lineup, combining to score three times and steal two bases in a win over Lafayette.