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 Basketball Recruiting

Rice High School basketball star Shagari Alleyne still plans on signing a National Letter of Intent to attend Rutgers University next month, a source close to the 7-foot-2 center said Friday.
Men's basketball: Alleyne still plans to attend Rutgers despite reports - Courier News

Women's Basketball

Rutgers sophomore Cappie Pondexter was unanimously voted as the conference's rookie of the year and Boston College sophomore Jessalyn Deveny of Boston College was honored as the most improved player.
Women's basketball: Taurasi, Auriemma, Battle, Pondexter honored by Big East - Courier News

Women's basketball: Big East Awards at a glance - Courier News

Women's basketball: Big East Tournament at a glance - Courier News


ATLANTA (AP) -- Davis Myers had a two-run homer in a seven-run first inning, and unbeaten Georgia Tech went on to defeat Rutgers 11-6 Friday for the Yellow Jackets' 12th straight win, their second-best start ever. Jeremy Slayden had an RBI triple, Mike Nickeas drove in two runs with a single and Matt Murton added an RBI single in the first for Tech, which had a 16-0 start in 1987.
Baseball: Rutgers falls to 1-5 with loss to unbeaten Georgia Tech - Courier News

Where are they who? Luis Flores

TRENTON - Manhattan won two of the top awards as the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference presented its honors before the start of last night's men's tournament. As expected, the league's leading scorer Luis Flores was named the Player of the Year. The Rutgers transfer averaged 24.7 points per game for the Jaspers this season, and also finished second in the league in foul shooting percentage at 91 percent and second in steals with 1.85 per game.
Flores named Player of Year


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