As Rutgers comes upon the rugged Big East Basketball schedule, they would like to invite you to join the Scarlet R in the Coaches' Huddle - a pre-game meal featuring Rutgers Athletics. The Huddle gives you an opportunity to gain an inside look at the opponent Rutgers will be facing that night with a brief scouting report by a member of the basketball coaching staff. Each Huddle will also showcase the coach of one of our 30 intercollegiate athletic programs. In addition, the event will provide a full buffet-style meal prepared by Rutgers Catering. The cost for each person is $10 - with and additional $5 for those who would like to have beer or wine with their meal.
To reserve your spot or to ask questions, please reply back to Keith Norton at Norton@winants.rutgers.edu
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Winning has almost seemed routine for the Rutgers women's basketball team lately.
After wading their way through arguably the toughest January schedule in the nation, the No. 22 Scarlet Knights (17-5, 10-5) have cruised their way to a perfect 6-0 mark in February, defeating the majority of their opponents with relative ease
RU looks for nine straight straight
Asked about his pitching staff's lack of experience, Rutgers baseball coach Fred Hill just laughed.
With so many young arms in the rotation, Hill, who begins his 20th season today against Old Dominion in Norfolk, Va., might need a sense of humor.
"I think we'll score some runs and I think we'll play some defense," Hill said, "but obviously pitching is the name of the game. We just have to hope that some of the kids we think are going to be pretty good come along quickly."
Youthful Rutgers begins season today against Old Dominion
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Ten stars of the victorious Team USA squad that captured the NFL Global Junior Championship VII title in San Diego during the week of Super Bowl XXXVII have signed national letters of intent to play college football.
A star of Canadas team that was beaten in overtime in the championship game and a standout European will also play college ball having starred in the annual tournament, which was played at Mira Mesa High School on January 22 and 25.
American, Canadian and European Stars of Global Junior Championship VII Sign Letters of Intent
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