5/19/02 (Early Morning Edition)
Basketball Recruiting - More on Harry Good
Confused and uncertain a few weeks ago, Harry Good sought advice from a father with prodigious basketball genes.
"Make the wise decision, because you can't transfer," Joe Bryant, father of the Lakers' Kobe, told Good at a Los Angeles workout.
Good, Fresno City College's 6-foot-9, 245-pound standout, believes in his heart he made the right choice by signing a letter-of-intent for Rutgers on Wednesday, the final day of the spring signing period. A native of Roosevelt, N.Y., Good returns to the New York hub and a conference, the Big East, he said is just as good as the Pac-10.
fresnobee.com | Sports
JAMAICA, NY - Rutgers' BIG EAST Tournament hopes will come down to the final day. SJU's Brian Dorsey scattered 10 hits in a complete-game effort as the Red Storm held off Rutgers, 6-1, in BIG EAST Baseball action today at the Ballpark at St. John's. The two teams endured a four hour and 36-minute rain delay today, but the delay did little to stymie St. John's, which scored four, first-inning off RU starter Bobby Brownlie (Edison, NJ). With the loss, Rutgers falls to 31-19 overall and 14-10 in BE play, while St. John's improves to 28-22 (13-11 BE). The two teams, originally scheduled to play a doubleheader today, will play two games tomorrow.
St. John's Holds Off Rutgers, 6-1
Jason Kane of Rutherford hit a two-run single to key a four-run first inning against Rutgers starter Bobby Brownlie, leading St. John's to a 6-1 Big East baseball victory on Saturday in New York. Brownlie (6-5) lost his second straight start after allowing six runs on nine hits over five innings.
NorthJersey.com - College Sports
JAMAICA, N.Y. -- Rutgers' Big East Tournament hopes will come down to the final day after St. John's pitcher Brian Dorsey scattered 10 hits in a complete-game 6-1 victory over the Scarlet Knights on Saturday. The two teams endured a 4-hour, 36-minute rain delay, which did little to stymie the Red Storm, who scored four first-inning runs off Rutgers starter Bobby Brownlie. The two teams, originally scheduled to play a doubleheader Friday, will play two games today to close out the Big East regular season. Rutgers (31-19, 14-10 Big East) needs at least one win today to clinch a berth in the Big East Tournament.
Rutgers Big East tournament hopes in limbo after loss to St. John's - Courier News
The annual meeting of the Rutgers Court Club will take place on Thursday evening, June 6, 2002, at 7:30PM at the Hale Center. Get the low down on Rutgers 2001-2002 season and a look to the 2002-2003 season with the Metropolitan Basketball Writers Coach of the Year, Gary Waters. Find out what the team will be doing this summer to improve itself. Voice your thoughts about the new NCAA regulations on player eligibility and other recent rule changes. Get on board the TEAM BEHIND THE TEAM, the RUTGERS COURT CLUB.
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