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February-06-05 RU Women’s Tennis Falls to Boston University, 5-2
BOSTON, MA – Regionally-ranked Boston University won all three doubles match en route to a 5-2 victory over Rutgers (1-1, 1-0 BIG EAST) on Sunday in Boston, MA.

February-05-05 Rutgers Falls to Georgetown 61-56
PISCATAWAY, N.J. (AP) -- Ashanti Cook matched his career high with 23 points and combined with freshman Tyler Crawford in a late first-half run that led Georgetown to a 61-56 win over Rutgers on Saturday night, handing the Scarlet Knights' their fifth straight loss.

February-05-05 RU Women’s Tennis Opens Season With Win Over Providence
PROVIDENCE, RI – Led by singles victories from Katrina Elder-Bush (Boston, MA), Lauren Edelschein (Medford Lakes, NJ), Alina Balasa (East Brunswick, NJ), Anela Dujsic (Mississauga, Ontario) and Helen Magomedova (Brooklyn, NY), the Rutgers women’s tennis team opened its 2005 fall schedule with a 5-2 victory over Providence.

February-05-05 Rutgers Gymnastics Takes First in Quad Meet
PISCATAWAY, NJ – The Rutgers gymnastics team (7-2, 1-2 EAGL) scored 190.750 points to claim the top spot in its first quad meet of the season. The quad meet included Pittsburgh, Brown University and Brockport State.

February-04-05 Chicago Fire Select Karcz in 2005 MLS Supplemental Draft
CHICAGO, IL – Rutgers senior Chris Karcz (Clifton, NJ) of the men’s soccer team was selected by the Chicago Fire in the 2005 Mjor League Soccer (MLS) Supplemental Draft on Friday. The midfielder was chosen in the third round of the draft with the 27th overall pick.

February-03-05 Gene Armstead Elected to Rutgers Basketball Hall of Fame
PISCATAWAY, NJ – Gene Armstead, a dominant 6-9 center for the Rutgers basketball team from 1970-73 and the first high school All-American to play basketball for the Scarlet Knights, has been elected to the Rutgers Men’s Basketball Hall of Fame.

February-03-05 2005 Men's Lacrosse Preview
The good news for Rutgers lacrosse fans entering the 2005 season is that the Scarlet Knights return six starters and 18 letterwinners from a team that won eight games and earned an at-large bid to last season's NCAA Tournament. The bad news for Rutgers opponents is that head coach Jim Stagnitta feels the Scarlet Knights are just beginning to scratch the surface of their potential as a perennially elite program.

February-03-05 No. 7/8 Scarlet Knights Fall at No. 11/11 Connecticut 57-44
HARTFORD, CT – The No. 7/8 Rutgers women’s basketball team (15-5, 6-2 BIG EAST) fell 57-43 at No. 11/11 Connecticut (14-5, 7-1 BIG EAST) Feb. 3 at the Hartford Civic Center.

February-03-05 Freeman, Agnello Join Rutgers Baseball Coaching Staff
PISCATAWAY, NJ – Rutgers University head baseball coach Fred Hill has added two veteran coaches to his staff for the 2005 season in assistant coaches Rick Freeman and Jim Agnello. Freeman will work with the RU pitchers, while Agnello will tutor the team’s catchers and coach first base.

February-02-05 2005 Rutgers Baseball Preview
The 2005 Rutgers baseball team has something to prove. The last time the Rutgers baseball team failed to advance to the postseason (1984), nearly half of the current team was not even born. Despite winning 30 games in 2004 for the seventh-straight season, the Scarlet Knights dropped its final six BIG EAST games and finished fifth in the league standings, on the outside looking in at the four-team BIG EAST Baseball Championship. With 26 letterwinners returning, the Scarlet Knights seek to re-establish their rightful place among the conference and region's elite programs.

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