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Junior Anthony Ashnault, seen here dominating an opponent earlier this season, did exactly that in the finals of the 141-pound weight class at the Big Ten Championships, defending his title and earning his second belt. The accolade is another in a growing list as Ashnault builds a resume that rivals that of most Scarlet Knights, both past and present.
Sophomore guard Corey Sanders sits on the court after turning the ball over in the first half of Rutgers' loss to Northwestern in the second round of the Big Ten Tournament Thursday night.
Sophomore Michelle Amoresano hopes the team rotations at the Big Five Meet Saturday will be enough to propel Rutgers to the Big Ten Championships.
Junior guard Nigel Johnson celebrated with freshman forward Eugene Omoruyi and junior guard Mike Williams after sealing a 66-57 win over Ohio State in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament in Washington, D.C., Wednesday night. Johnson led all scorers with 21 points, carrying the Knights to their first ever Big Ten Tournament win half an hour away from his hometown.