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April-16-03 Columbia Upends Rutgers Baseball, 11-1
PISCATAWAY, NJ – Fernando Perez hit a third-inning grand slam and Joshua Flinn allowed just three hits and one run over 7.2 innings as Columbia defeated Rutgers, 11-1, today at the Class of ’53 Baseball Complex. The Lions scored five unearned runs in the third inning against RU starter Jim Jansen (Pascack Valley, NJ) and surrendered a solo home run to Colin Gaynor (Toms River, NJ) as the lone offensive highlight for Rutgers. With the loss, RU is now 12-14, while Columbia improves to 16-19.

April-14-03 Rutgers Defeats Seton Hall, 10-4, Behind Kalb and Normane
PISCATAWAY, NJ – After splitting a doubleheader yesterday and scoring just six runs in the two contests, the Rutgers University baseball team scored 10 runs and received a quality start from sophomore Aaron Kalb (Middletown, NJ) to defeat Seton Hall, 10-4, in the rubber game this afternoon at the Class of ’53 Baseball Complex. Senior Steve Normane (Pt. Pleasant, NJ) was 2-for-3 with a pair of doubles, two RBI and two runs scored to lead the offense, which banged out 12 hits. With the win, Rutgers improves to 12-13 overall and 6-3 in BIG EAST play, a half-game behind St. John’s for fourth place in the conference.

April-14-03 Egbert Earns BIG EAST, NJCBA Pitcher of the Week Honors
PISCATAWAY, NJ – Sophomore right-hander Jack Egbert (Rutherford, NJ) pitched a complete game one-hitter with a career-high eight strikeouts to beat Seton Hall, 5-1, on Sunday and for his efforts, he was named the BIG EAST Pitcher of the Week. The award is the first for a Scarlet Knight player this season. Egbert also received the same honor from the New Jersey Collegiate Baseball Association.

April-13-03 Egbert's One-Hit Gem Gives Rutgers Doubleheader Split with Seton Hall
PISCATAWAY, NJ – After 22-straight games on the road, sophomore Jack Egbert (Rutherford, NJ) opened the 2003 home schedule with a complete-game one-hitter to lead Rutgers to a 5-1 win over Seton Hall this afternoon at the Class of ’53 Complex. The win proved pivotal, as Rutgers fell in the second game, 2-1. With the split, Rutgers is now 11-13 overall and 5-3 in BIG EAST play. Seton Hall moves to 12-14, 5-6.

April-07-03 Rutgers Baseball Announces Schedule Adjustments
PISCATAWAY, NJ – The Rutgers University baseball team has added a game and rescheduled another on its 2003 schedule. The Scarlet Knights have added a single game with Wagner College, which will be played at home on Tuesday, April 29, at 3:00 p.m. In addition, Rutgers will host Rider College on Sunday, May 18 following a change in its final BIG EAST weekend at Villanova.

April-07-03 Rutgers Baseball Alumni Earn Summer Assignments
PISCATAWAY, NJ – A total of 12 former Rutgers University baseball standouts will be playing professional baseball this season. Headlining the group is Eric Young, the starting second baseman for the Milwaukee Brewers, while his former teammate, Angel Echevarria, has signed on to play professionally in Japan’s Pacific League.

April-06-03 RU Baseball Takes Doubleheader from Georgetown
BETHESDA, MD - The Rutgers University baseball team used some late-game, opportunistic scoring to sweep a BIG EAST doubleheader from Georgetown today at Shirley Povich Field. In the opener, Rutgers plated six runs in the final inning, highlighted by a three-run double from Matt Wolski (Hamilton, NJ) and a two-run blast by Steve Normane (Pt. Pleasant, NJ) to break a 1-1 tie and win, 7-3, while in the second game, RU scored seven eighth-inning runs to erase a 5-2 deficit on its way to a 12-7 win. With the sweep, Rutgers is now 10-12 overall and 4-2 in BIG EAST action.

April-04-03 Bullpen Keys Doubleheader Split With Pittsburgh
PITTSBURGH, PA – After dropping the opening game, 5-4, in the final inning, the Rutgers baseball team used 6.1 stellar innings of relief from four different pitchers to hold on for a 7-5 win in the nightcap, splitting today’s doubleheader. Freshman Bobby Acampora (Ocean Twp., NJ) set the tone for the quartet of relievers by allowing just one unearned run in 3.0 innings, while Steve Normane (Pt. Pleasant, NJ) keyed a four-run third inning with a two-run homerun. With the split, Rutgers is now 8-12 overall and 2-2 in BIG EAST play.

April-02-03 Freshman Duo Pitches Rutgers Past Monmouth, 8-2
WEST LONG BRANCH, NJ - Freshmen Jim Jansen (Pascack Valley, NJ) and Matt Pustay (Hamilton, NJ) turned in strong pitching efforts, while Nick Cerulo (Woodbridge, NJ) homered in the third inning to lead Rutgers past Monmouth, 8-2, today in West Long Branch. Proving that the second time is a charm, Jansen rebounded from a rough outing in his first collegiate start to earn his first win, while Pustay provided another impressive relief outing to earn his first collegiate save. With the win, RU is now 7-11, while Monmouth falls to 4-13.

March-31-03 Late-Inning Rally Gives Rutgers Split at West Virginia
MORGANTOWN, WV – After building an 8-2 lead in game one – only to watch West Virginia rally for a 12-9 win – Rutgers turned the tables in the nightcap, using a seven-run eighth inning en route to a 12-4 win to salvage a split of today’s BIG EAST doubleheader in Morgantown. After idling for two days while it rained and snowed in Morgantown, the two teams endured sub-30 degree weather during today's twinbill. With the split, Rutgers is 6-11 overall and 1-1 in BE play.

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