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Sophomore Luisa?Leal recorded a 9.825 score on the balance beam, as did senior Emma-Rose Trentacosti and freshman Jenna Williams in Saturday’s quad meet at the Livingston Recreation Center. Rutgers’ score of 48.850 on the beam was the third best in school history.
Sophomore wing Betnijah Laney played in the post during the closing minutes of Saturday’s win against?Villanova. Laney scored 12 points against the Wildcats for her 10th double-figure game of the season. Laney averages 9.4 points per game this year.
Jeffrey Shandler, professor in the department of Jewish
Senior Danielle D’Elia competes on bars in the Knights’ quad meet Saturday.
Senior forward Monique Oliver recorded 23 points and 10 rebounds Wednesday against Marquette, which elevated her as the Knights’ leading scorer. Oliver’s numbers had decreased as she played through a bruised ankle.
Rutgers needs sophomore Shakena Richardson, center, to be a consistent threat at point guard. She scored seven points, including five in a row, last time out.
The Douglass Campus Center lights up as a part of the “Go and Glow Red for Women” campaign to raise awareness for women’s heart disease and stroke.
Senior forward Monique Oliver’s numbers have dropped this season as she continues to play through an ankle injury that has limited her in practice. She averages only 4.9 rebounds per game after recording 7.3 per match last year.
Senior forward Chelsey Lee leads Rutgers with 5.1 rebounds per game. The frontcourt has yet to reach its potential on the boards, averaging only a plus-2.8 rebounding differential.
Head coach C. Vivian Stringer talks with the team during a timeout Sunday, when the Knights lost to Seton Hall for the first time in 12 games. Stringer said fault for the Knights defensive flaws fell on players’ lack of understanding of their triangle-and-two set.
Guard Erica?Wheeler evades Seton Hall guard Alexandra Maseco.
Professor Frank Popper speaks to faculty members of the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy on locally unwanted land use. The lecture, which took place at the Bloustein school yesterday, focused on land which was used for hazardous waste in local communities. Popper proposed to move it to a safer location and has been planning ways to fight locally unwanted land use since 1981.
Students wait on line at Qdoba Mexican Grill, which opened yesterday at the Livingston Plaza and is currently the only operating vendor. The first 25 customers each day will receive free burritos, a promotion that continue will through Friday. The restaurant is also promoting their new location through social media. Foursquare check-ins will result in a free entree for customers and a “Like” on their Facebook page will give them free chips and queso.