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Freshman reliever Howie Brey pitched well in his last appearance, hurling 4.2 innings in relief against Wagner in a 9-5 victory. The Middletown, N.J., native

collected his second win of the season against the Seahawks, tossing two strikeouts and allowing just two earned runs.

Freshman reliever Howie Brey pitched 4.2 yesterday in Rutgers’ 9-5 win.

Senior rightfielder Steve Zavala hit 3-for-4 yesterday against Wagner, a 9-5 win for Rutgers. He also collected an RBI in Rutgers’ second win in as many days.

Freshman reliever Howie Brey could not duplicate his late-game success from earlier last week, serving up the game-winning runs in the ninth inning of Game 3 yesterday against Pittsburgh. The loss handed RU a sweep.

Senior right fielder Steve Zavala hit 3-for-4 in Wednesday’s 7-6 victory against Monmouth. Zavala and the rest of Rutgers’ offense will take their hot hitting into a three-game series beginning today against Pittsburgh.

Freshman reliever Howie Brey got an opportunity yesterday during Rutgers’ 7-6 home victory against Monmouth. Brey threw 3.1 innings of shutout relief for the Knights and collected his first save.

Former Director of Player Development Eric Murdock, who head coach Mike Rice, above, hired, has hired a lawyer to take legal action against the nonrenewal of his contract in 2012, which his attorney said was illegal.

Senior guard Erica Wheeler attempts an outside jumper, as she shot consistently from the perimeter in her final game at the RAC. Wheeler recorded 15 points and seven rebounds to lead the Knights to last night’s 65-44 blowout win.

Sophomore guard Shakena Richardson, far right, drives for a lay-up last night against?Pittsburgh, where she led a consistent Rutgers offensive output across the board in the Knights’ 65-44 win against the Panthers with 15 points, three rebounds, seven assists and four steals.

Sophomore wing Betnijah Laney scavenges the court for a pass last night against?Pittsburgh. Laney contributed double-figure points for the third straight game.

Junior third baseman Ross Costello looks to replace Pat Kivlehan this year.

Sophomore guard Eli Carter turns against St. John’s guard Jamal Branch on Wednesday during the Knights’ 72-60 loss. Carter shot 9-for-49 during four of Rutgers’ last five games, including a 1-for-14 mark against St. John’s, who had a 17-0 run to beat the Knights.

Sophomore guard Myles Mack drives against St. John’s guard Jamal Branch. Mack picked up the scoring load with 17 points during sophomore guard Eli Carter’s five-point outing.

Senior forward Austin Johnson goes up for a block last night against St. John’s. Johnson only took three shots in 13 minutes.

Sophomore guard Eli Carter gets beaten on defense during his 1-for-14 effort from the field against St. John’s. Carter was not available for comment after the game.

Junior forward Wally Judge attempts a lay-up as four Johnnies crowd the boards in yesterday’s 72-60 St. John’s victory. Judge scored double figures, but could only attempt six shots as the Knights struggled to feed the ball to their forwards.

Sophomore forward Christa Evans had career highs in points and rebounds.

Darius Hamilton, Rutgers’ top-ranked commitment in the Class of 2012, looks on at practice Saturday in the?Bubble, where a number of recruits and commits paid visits.

Defensive line coach Jim Panagos offers a word of advice to senior defensive end Ka’Lial Glaud.

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