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Redshirt freshman wide receiver Brandon'Coleman impressed throughout the spring with his acrobatic catches and physical play.

Sophomore Jeremy Deering carried the ball 77 times last season out of the Wildcat for 352 yards, which ranked second on the team, and two touchdowns.

Senior safety David Rowe intercepted two passes yesterday, to increase his spring scrimmage total to three. He had two interceptions as a sophomore cornerback.

Senior third baseman Brittney Lindley hit her 11th and 12th home runs of the season during the Knights' series over the weekend with Big East juggernaut DePaul.

Mickenzie Alden, left, and Mandy Craig were two of three senior Knights honored Friday at the RU'Softball Complex.

Senior Mickenzie Alden, above, started every game to date during her final season and led the Knights to their first Big East Tournament appearance a year ago. Depending on the outcome of its series with visiting DePaul, Rutgers can put itself in solid position to return to the Tournament for the second straight year.

Senior outfielder Amanda Heller went two-for-four in the second game of Rutgers' doubleheader sweep of Fairleigh Dickinson, scoring two runs and driving in three of her own.

Seniors Mickenzie Alden (9) and Mandy Craig (88) embark on their final home series with the Knights, who take on DePaul today with legitimate Big East Tournament implications on the line. The pair helped turn Rutgers into a postseason threat.

Redshirt freshman running back Jawan Jamison was one of three Rutgers running backs to earn first-team carries Saturday in the Scarlet Knights' first spring scrimmage. The Stark, Fla., native led all rushers with 15 carries and 62 yards.

Junior wideout Mark Harrison is the Scarlet Knights' leading returning receiver after a season that saw him pull in 44 receptions for 829 yards and nine touchdowns.

Wide receivers coach P.J.'Fleck made 176 catches for 2,162 yards in his career at Northern Illinois before a brief stint in the NFL'with the San Francisco 49ers.

Sophomore cornerback Logan Ryan arrived in Piscataway as a highly-touted prospect out of Eastern High School and was rated four stars, according to

Redshirt freshman wide receiver Brandon Coleman continues to use all of his 6-foot-6 frame to make impressive catches during the Rutgers football team's 15-practice spring season. Coleman was rated a four-star recruit out of high school by

Freshman pitcher Megan Williams won two games this weekend, surrending no earned runs through 12 innings of work.

Sophomore catcher Kaci Madden led the Knights offensively on Saturday, when she drove in six of their 18 runs.

Former Florida head coach Urban'Meyer, who boasted a 65-15 record with the Gators, spoke to the Scarlet Knights on Friday before practice about his experiences in Florida. Meyer coached Florida and Utah to a combined four BCS'bowl victories.

Sophomore quarterback'Chas Dodd is making plenty of throws this spring with a thin unit under center.

Greg Schiano and Urban Meyer speak Saturday during practice.

Freshman Megan Williams should get the bulk of the action today on the mound and looks to improve upon her 5-5 record.

Sophomore shortstop Ashley Bragg went 3-for-4 yesterday against UConn and cranked her second home run of the season.

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