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Rutgers senior center Kia Vaughn (white) closed out r final
regular season on a hheigh note, leading all scorers with 24 points
on 10-of-15 shooting. Vaughn was second on RU with seven
rebounds.
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RU shows no love for Owls

PHILADELPHIA — Although the Rutgers women's basketball team came back to the East Coast immediately after the loss to Stanford, it took them until about the 16-minute mark in the second half of last night's game against Temple to adjust to the jet lag.

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Rushdan starts over Zurich in win

PHILADELPHIA — Rutgers women's basketball team head coach C. Vivian Stringer made conspicuous changes to the line-up last night prior to the game. Khadijah Rushdan started in place of the team's usual starter, senior Heather Zurich. But even with the switch, Zurich played the majority of the minutes, 32, compared to Rushdan's eight. Zurich was six-of-six from the free throw line with two assists and two steals.

Rutgers senior defensive end Jamaal Westerman leads the Scarlet
Knights with six sacks on the year. His play along the defensive
line is one reason RU has been able to come back from a 1-5
start.
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Senior sacks QBs, Rutgers records

Jamaal Westerman has made a career of being a force on the defensive line, disrupting the quarterback and wreaking havoc in the backfield. The stats say he is one of the best ever in Rutgers history.

Senior point guard Anthony Farmer came off the bench for the
first time this year. But it did not affect his game. Farmer led
the team in scoring with 13 points and dished out three assists in
the Scarlet Knights' 68-47 win over St. Peter's.
SPORTS

Lineup change sparks win

After starting out slow in their last two games, both losses, Rutgers men's basketball head coach Fred Hill Jr. thought his team needed a spark to begin the game. So Hill went to his team and told them that he wanted to change the starting lineup, just for the sake of change.

Rutgers senior guard Epiphanny Prince dropped 20 points last
season when the Scarlet Knights dismantled Temple, 70-34, at the
Louis Brown Athletic Center.
SPORTS

RU aims to bounce back from Cali trip

Sometimes the best way to rebound from a painful loss is to get back home and recharge the batteries. Unfortunately for the Rutgers women's basketball team — who are returning from a pair of painful losses against California and Stanford — tonight's game against Temple marks the team's third straight road game.

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RU splits pair of matches over weekend in N.Y.

After posting an impressive 137-0 record in high school, Rutgers freshman wrestler Scott Winston came to the Banks this year unfamiliar to losing a match. After dropping two contests against ranked opponents this weekend, he became more accustomed to the feeling.

Junior guard Epiphanny Prince will be the measure of success for
the Rutgers women's basketball team in the coming season.
SPORTS

Knights still searching for athlete to play point

PALO ALTO, Calif. — Coming into the season, the question looming over the Rutgers women's basketball team was who would take over point guard duties with Matee Ajavon now in the WNBA. Through the first two games, the question seemed almost a non-sequitor as 27- and 48-point wins over St. Joseph's and Princeton made it look like a non-issue.

Rutgers junior center Hamady N'diaye (5) had six points, four
blocks and 11 rebounds in the overtime loss to St. Bonaventure.
SPORTS

N'diaye shines against RMU, St. Bonaventure

After scoring a career-high 26 points against Delaware last weekend, Hamady N'Diaye could muster only two against Robert Morris Friday night, but that did not stop the Rutgers center from leaving his mark on the game.

Rutgers freshman April'Sykes led all Rutgers players this
weekend with 23 points, scoring 18 against Cal-Berkley. Sykes was
one of four to score in double digits on the road trip.
SPORTS

West-Coast Calamity

PALO ALTO, Calif. — The Rutgers women's basketball team traveled out to California hoping to run away from the Golden State with two wins over top 10 opponents. The only problem for the Scarlet Knights was that they weren't the ones who made any runs.

Rutgers junior goalie Erin Guthrie had 10 saves in the 1-0 loss
against Stanford but gave up the game-winner in the 85th
minute.
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SHATTERED DREAMS

PALO ALTO, Calif. — In the 85th minute of the Rutgers women's soccer match with No. 5 Stanford, the Scarlet Knights still believed they would win.

Forward Kristen Edmonds (10) played injured in the loss to
Stanford, said head coach Glenn Crooks, along with mid-fielder
Alica Hall, forward Ashley Jones and center back Jenifer
Anzivino.
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Injuries, depleted roster doom RU

PALO ALTO, Calif. — For a team whose roster has already been depleted with injuries this season, the Rutgers women's soccer team came into their match against Stanford with nearly as many injured players on the field as on the sideline.

Senior Ryan D'Imperio leads all Rutgers linebackers with 44
tackles and is one of five defenders to score a touchdown this
season.
SPORTS

Bowl game in sight for Rutgers

The last time the Rutgers football team faced an opponent that was so focused on running the ball, the Scarlet Knights lost a 23-21 game to Navy and fell to 0-3 on the season.


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