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Rutgers' Domond to be inducted into Connecticut Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame

(04/17/20 4:00am)

Since the cancellation of the winter sports season due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic, members of the Rutgers women’s basketball team have earned recognition and awards. Recently, it was announced that the Scarlet Knights’ assistant coach Nadine Domond will be inducted into the Connecticut Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame alongside six other people who have had noteworthy careers in Connecticut and afar.









Rutgers' Sanders shows development on court after missing 2018-19 season

(02/13/20 6:31am)

Junior guard Arella Guirantes is leading the Rutgers women’s basketball team in points per game (PPG) and total blocks, while also averaging the second most rebounds per game (RPG) in the 22 contests she’s appeared in. In addition, Guirantes is averaging the most minutes per game on the team, playing 2.5 more than her teammate with the next-highest total.




Rutgers' Mack shows no shortage of emotions in consistent 2019-20 campaign

(02/06/20 1:27am)

When looking at the Rutgers women's basketball team's roster, many aspects of it stick out: Junior guard Arella Guirantes is the second leading scorer of the Big Ten, averaging 19.4 points per game (PPG). It has height, with senior center Jordan Wallace towering at 6-foot-3-inches and junior forward Mael Gilles at 6-foot-1-inch. It can pass, as demonstrated by graduate student guard Khadaizha Sanders's recording of her 388th assist last Sunday in the double overtime loss at Minnesota.