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Sophomore guard Corey Sanders pulls up from three point range in the second half of Rutgers 68-64 loss to Michigan at the Rutgers Athletic Center Wednesday. He led the Knights with 15 points, but airballed a potential game-tying three-pointer in the final seconds.
Freshman Erin McLachlan has team-high scores on both the vault and uneven bars in Rutgers’ loss at Illinois-Chicago this past weekend.
A handful of Rutgers students held a six-hour strike at Voorhees Mall on the College Avenue campus on Friday. The protest was part of a national movement created by Strike for Democracy and the the organizers of the Women's March.
Sophomore Jenna Rizkolla, a Bowling Green transfer, has been one of Rutgers' most consistent gymnasts on the floor exercise this season.
Head coach Jay Nelson enters his 11th year leading the Rutgers softball team, and he is optimistic about the team's outlook after qualifying for the Big Ten Championships two years in a row.
Sophomore right-handed pitcher Serafino Brito heads into a season as the Saturday starter after finishing last year with a 5-6 record and 5.09 ERA.
After scoring 4 goals against St. John's in the season opener, junior attacker Jules Heningburg and the Knights welcome Army to High Point Solutions Stadium.
Senior 174-pounder Phillip Bakuckas looks to to garner mat time against Lehigh after collecting a technical fall against Northwestern.
Junior attacker Jules Heningburg was named preseason All-Big Ten, but says his team is still playing with a chip on its shoulder.
Junior guard Nigel Johnson scored a career-high 23 points, including a 5-for-6 clip from downtown in a 74-55 loss to No. 16 Purdue in West Lafayette Tuesday.
Sophomore and Italy-native Francesca Stoppa is seeded seventh in both the 100 and 200 butterfly events at Big Ten Championships. Both of her times in those events are NCAA “B” cuts.
Jeffrey Gomez used to be terrified of Nik, and his greatest mistake was thinking he shouldn’t be. He is fond of horses, dried mangos, horses eating dried mangos, and deducing people’s auras. A hat can often be found on his head because he cut his own hair and the result is “perfectly round.” He is a Ravenclaw and thinks his aura is blue, which must be nice. To join the Photo Desk or ask about his father and mother figures, you can email him at email@example.com.