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Knights' season ends with two-loss weekend

Despite a strong effort, the Rutgers volleyball team was unable to come away with a win on the road to close out the season against Big East rival and powerhouse Cincinnati. RU lost 3-0 (25-18, 25-16, 25-17) at the Fifth Third Arena.


Rutgers continues to accept alternative English language test

Regardless of a low amount of international graduate students submitting an exam from the International English Language Testing System, the University's graduate admissions continues to accept the test as an alternative to the Test of English as a Foreign Language, said Admissions Data Specialist Melanie Genito.


RUSA, RAW rock message of 'drop beats not bombs'

The house band Toad played rock music that sounded throughout Room 101 in Hickman Hall on Douglass campus and trailed into the hallway as students, city residents, poets and activists, young and old, filled the auditorium. The band stopped playing as poets took the stage to begin a night of spoken word.


Britt passes Moses in Scarlet Knights' record book

TAMPA, Fla. — Kenny Britt's career long 93-yard touchdown catch in the 49-16 win over South Florida Saturday wasn't even his most meaningful catch of the game. Although RU's longest pass since a 95-yarder by Burt Kosup 31 years ago put the Rutgers football team up by 26, it was a 36-yard catch in the first quarter that made Britt the Scarlet Knights' best all-time receiver in terms of yards.



The wind was blowing harder than at any game this season. It was cloudy and cold, making the conditions just as harsh as their two opponents. But as the dust settled after a weekend of clawing through two of the best teams in college soccer, the Rutgers women's soccer team is in the Sweet 16.

In a complete demolition of South Florida, the Rutgers football
team forced six turnovers and limited the Bulls to just one score
in the second half in their 49-16 victory Saturday. The win gave
RU'a 5-5 record, continuing their turnaround that leaves the team
just one win shy of postseason eligibility.


TAMPA, Fla. — 325-pound offensive lineman Anthony Davis lining up at fullback and steamrolling a South Florida linebacker for a Joe Martinek touchdown run perfectly encompassed the afternoon.

Rutgers junior midfielder Gina DeMaio tied the school record for
assists in a season with 13 when she fed a ball to Jasmine Dixon
for the winning goal over Penn'State.

Knight Notebook

With their win over Penn State Friday night, the Rutgers women's soccer team is now 3-0-1 in the first round of the NCAA tournament under head coach Glenn Crooks.

After finding success at the spearhead of the 55-press against
USF, Brooklyn Pope will likely see the same role against UConn.

Fab five sets sights on Final Four

If it seems like deja vu, it should, because it is. For the second time in three years, Rutgers women's basketball head coach C. Vivian Stringer has compiled arguably the best recruiting class in the country.

Rutgers senior JR Inman (15) led the Scarlet Knights in scoring
last season, but will miss the beginning of the season due to
suspension. Fellow senior Anthony Farmer (2) was named Team MVP
after last year's season and captain before this season. They are
looking to end their season on a high note.

Roller coaster ride nears end for two Knights

When Anthony Farmer and JR Inman arrived on campus over three years ago, the two brought great expectations. Both were Rivals.com top-150 prospects and had turned down bigger name schools to play on the Banks. With star junior Quincy Douby set at shooting guard, the future looked sunny for Rutgers men's basketball.


Rosario not scared of expectations

Mike Rosario loves to win. Some athletes compete because they don't like to lose, playing the game with a latent fear in the back of their mind of making a turnover or a missed shot. Rosario plays to win. It's a trait that players are born with. For Rosario it goes back as far as middle school.


Individuals try to bounce back in NY

The Rutgers wrestling team will try to bounce back from a disappointing showing at the Oklahoma-Brockport Tournament last week by heading to Binghamton University Saturday to compete in the Brute-Binghamton Open.

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