PISCATAWAY, NJ–Rutgers football secured commitments from four New Jersey recruits, including two of the state's top players, in just over a week.

The Scarlet Knights secured a pair of four-star recruits in Cedar Creek wide receiver Bo Melton and St. John Vianney offensive tackle Micah Clark. Clark's teammate, guard Jamaal Beaty, as well as Burlington wide receiver, committed as well.

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UNCASVILLE, CT—A Rutgers women's basketball program that has made a habit of sending players to the pros continued to do so on April 14, when former Scarlet Knights guard/forward Kahleah Copper and center Rachel Hollivay were selected in the 2016 WNBA Draft.

Copper became the seventh first-round pick in Rutgers history, and the first since Epiphany Prince in 2010, when she was selected seventh overall by the Washington Mystics.

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LAKELAND, FL—Just over a week after Rutgers men's basketball hired its new head coach in Steve Pikiell, Scarlet Knights fans received more major news on March 31 when star freshman point guard Corey Sanders announced his intention to declare for the 2016 NBA Draft.

Sanders made his announcement on his Twitter page. He took a moment to thank his fans, writing "I would like to thank Rutgers University and everyone who has supported me on my journey!"

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PISCATAWAY, NJ–Less than 24 hours after a season-ending 89-72 loss to Nebraska in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament, Rutgers has relieved Eddie Jordan of his head coaching duties.

The decision did not come as a surprise, but it will come at a significant cost to the university, who will likely be paying Jordan a large sum not to work, on top of whatever they pay his replacement.

Jordan's firing closes the book on a disappointing tenure when the Scarlet Knights went 29-67 in his three seasons at the helm.

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IOWA CITY, IA–Rutgers wrestling added another feather to its cap on March 6 when Anthony Ashnault won the conference title in the 141-pound weight class,  making him the first Big Ten champion in program history.

Ashnault, a hometown hero from South Plainfield, enjoyed a fantastic season that saw him win 24 of his 26 bouts, and was named the #3 seed in the highly competitive Big Ten field.

Ashnault put on a clinic in his first round bout against unranked George Fisher from Michigan, pinning the Wolverine in 3:40.

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INDIANAPOLIS, IN–A pair of former Rutgers football stars are one step closer to realizing their dreams of turning pro after participating in the 2016 NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis over the weekend of February 27-28.

Former Scarlet Knights wide receiver Leonte Carroo and inside linebacker Steve Longa took part in the annual combine, where hundreds of draft prospects look to improve their draft stock by interviewing with and working out for NFL scouts and coaches.

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