Daily Links -- Thursday


Court Club

On January 15, 2005, travel with the Court Club as we PAINT THE TOWN RED and take the RAC on the Road to Hartford for a Saturday afternoon game against the Connecticut Huskies. For bus and ticket reservations please contact Geza@marlcroft.com.

Monday, January 17, the Court Club has it's annual visit at the Gary Waters Radio Show. Please join us at the Hyatt for a brief business meeting starting at 6:30PM followed by Coach Waters and his show. A no host dinner is available at Draft Picks.

Saturday, January 29, 2005, is Villanova at noon followed by the Annual Auction. Bid on a weekend stay in the Big Apple at the deluxe Westin Times Square, local overnight stays including the Hyatt New Brunswick, theater tickets, sporting tickets, Spa day and boutique spa packages, as well as, autographed sporting paraphernalia from Rutgers players, coaches and alumni and local professional athletes.

Join us in February for our paid up membership SALUTE to the 70's. Join Rutgers Letter Winners from the 70's at the Hale Center on Wednesday, February 9 at 6:15PM for a paid up membership dinner and high light event. This is by RESERVATION ONLY and no walk ups will be accepted. Guest emcee, former players and coaches, as well as, our present coach, Gary Waters will all be there to talk about Rutgers basketball, past and present.

Look for the listing of other Court Club events including a February bus trip, our April Ad Journal and Banquet, and our May Senior Farewell.



Women's Basketball

Rutgers Impressive in Victory

Rutgers Upsets #8 Vols

Rutgers overwhelms Tennessee

Pondexter gets her point across in return

Tennessee Had won 4 Straight

Rutgers Routs Tennessee

No. 24 Rutgers runs past No. 8/8 Volunteers

Men's Basketball




Orange Fire Pasqualoni: Search is On

AD cites fans restlessness among factors

Syracuse: Potential Candidates

Syracuse: Players Shocked

Owls' Wallace to enter Draft

Palko's hit changed Season

Fiesta Insider: Pitt LB H.B. Blades

Fiesta Bowl Notebook: Smith says team's prep better than last year

Fiesta Bowl: Lee filling a big role as Pitt WR

Gator Bowl Notebook: Mountaineers admire FSU's program

Gator Bowl Notebook: Rasheed Marshall leaves his mark as a person


Pirates recover from slow start

Pitt avoids Upset

West Virginia Tops No. 20 G. Washington

Mountaineers off to best start in 44 years

How good's WVU?




Ohio State dominates in Win

Colorado Outlasts UTEP



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