Camino was the 1993 Headley-Singer Award winner as the university's top female student-athlete, culminating a career that included three, Atlantic-10 All-conference selections and a 1993 All-America selection, when she finished fourth in the nation in hitting with a .487 average and was ranked among the top ten nationally in doubles. At the conclusion of her exceptional career, Camino was first at Rutgers in career batting average, hits, singles, doubles, triples, RBI and stolen bases, as well as the single-season leader in average, hits, singles, doubles and stolen bases. Camino, who led Rutgers to four Atlantic 10 tournament appearances from 1990-1993, was also named the 1993 Northeast second team shortstop and led the team in RBI in 1992 and 1993.
Lopes, a two-time All-American and two-time recipient of the Bob McNulty Award as the team’s Most Vaulable Player, played in four NCAA Tournaments, including two Final Fours during his storied collegiate career. He was named the Atlantic-10 Player of the Year in 1994 when Rutgers advanced to the Final Four for the third time in five seasons. He spearheaded a defense that allowed just 10 goals in 1990, 93 and 94. He scored the game-winning goal in the 1993 Atlantic 10 Championship game and started all 86 games in his collegiate career. Upon graduation, he played professionally with the NJ Imperials and served as an assistant coach at Rutgers for eight seasons before taking over as the head men’s soccer coach at NJIT in 2003.
Naso won three varsity letters in lacrosse (1957, 58, 59) and football (1956, 57, 58) and was a three-time lacrosse All-American during his career at Rutgers. A co-captain in 1959, he won the Miller Award in 1958 and 1959 and served as co-captain of the North team in the 1959 North-South Senior All-Star game. In addition, Naso served as the head lacrosse coach at Rutgers from 1962-74, posting a 95-60-1 mark, while leading the 1972 and 1974 squads to the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals. He also served as an assistant football coach from 1961-79 and then moved on to become the head football coach at Columbia University from 1980-84. He was inducted into the Long Island Metropolitan Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 1991 and the New Jersey Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 1999.
When Pete Zoccolillo left Rutgers in 1999, he held 10 career and single-season records, including career hits, RBI, home runs and total bases. A four-year starter, he earned All-BIG EAST honors each year and was a two-time All-American, leading Rutgers to the 1998 BIG EAST Regular Season and Tournament championship and NCAA Tournament berths in 1998 and 1999. As a senior in 1999, he set the school and BIG EAST single-season record with 72 RBI, while hitting .418. Drafted by the Chicago Cubs in 1999, he made his Major League debut with the Milwaukee Brewers in 2003 and was a AAA All-Star in 2004 as a member of the Oklahoma City Red Hawks. He has since signed a free agent contract with the National League Champion St. Louis Cardinals.