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Sophomore DH Pat Biserta was two-of-three at the plate with a
pair of RBI as the Knights took an early lead against Delaware.

Hill upset with team's subpar performance

As soon as the final out was recorded to end the 12-5 spanking the Rutgers baseball team got from the University of Delaware, head coach Fred Hill Sr. began angrily voicing his feelings about the performance of his team.


No. 5 Knights ready for Big East Tourney

Today marks the opening round of the Big East Women's Tennis Championship in Tampa, Fla. Rutgers' 14-4 record is good enough to earn the fifth overall seed, the highest spot to compete in the first round of action.

Freshman Maryana Milchutskey and her classmates have been
crucial to the Rutgers tennis team's success early on this

Young talent remains focused

The Rutgers women's tennis team pummeled Georgetown 7-0 over the weekend to improve to 10-4 (4-2). The Scarlet Knights halted Georgetown's two-match winning streak and kept the Hoyas winless within the conference.


Prince's strong afternoon

It was win-or-go-home for the Rutgers women's basketball team Saturday and playing at the Louis Brown Athletic Center meant junior guard Epiphanny Prince had only one option — and she played like it.

Despite scoring 25 points to lead all RU scorers, junior guard
Epiphanny Prince fouled out on a charging violation late in the
first overtime, a quandary the Knights were unable to overcome.

Prince fouls out late in overtime

HARTFORD, Conn. — With 23 seconds remaining in the first overtime, junior guard Epiphanny Prince fouled out of the contest, and from that point on the Rutgers women's basketball team struggled to find good shots.

In her senior year as a Scarlet Knight, forward Heather Zurich
is averaging 5.3 points per game and 2.3 rebounds per game.


Five seniors were honored in the Senior Day festivities last night at the Louis Brown Athletic Center on Livingston campus. Center Kia Vaughn and forward Heather Zurich were the headliners while trainers Donna DeVaughn, Anita Levy and Lamar Jenkins were given gifts and recognized before the game.

As her senior season draws to a close, senior center Kia Vaughn
remains resolute to carry the Knights to another NCAA tourney

Vaughn gains perspective in final year

Senior center Kia Vaughn spent eight games coming off of the bench for the Rutgers women's basketball team this season. After being placed back in the starting lineup against Providence last week, Vaughn said her stint as the sixth man taught her a very valuable lesson.

The Rutgers defense forced 17 Cincinnati turnovers in last
night's 71-52 victory. The Knights only gave the ball away six
times and shot 50 percent from the floor.

Relentless D powers victory

With a home game against Connecticut, the Big East Tournament and the NCAA Tournament within reach, head coach C. Vivian Stringer has been looking for one player to step up. She got two yesterday as redshirt freshman guard Khadijah Rushdan and senior forward Heather Zurich answered the call.

Senior center Kia Vaughn (red) pulled down the 1,000th rebound
of her career, just the fourth player in school history to do

Putrid shooting recipe for disaster

COLLEGE PARK, Md. — The Rutgers women's basketball team began the game shooting 15 percent from the field. The Scarlet Knights finished the contest 18-for-73, tallying a dismal 24 percent field goal rate, their worst rate of the 2008-09 season.

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