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Wheaton Knocks Rowan into Loser's Bracket

Rowan's baseball team was knocked into the double-elimination loser's bracket on Friday by Wheaton. The Profs play today, Saturday at 5:30pm. The photo was taken at Veterans Memorial Stadium, Cedar Rapids, IA CEDAR RAPIDS, IA – Wheaton (21-5) scored two runs in the first inning and never looked back as it handed Rowan a 6-0 defeat in the Profs’ first game of the NCAA Division III World Series at Veterans Memorial Stadium. Rowan (29-5) will next play on Saturday at 5:30 p.m. against the loser of the Salisbury-SUNY Cortland game, which is being played late Friday night. Wheaton jumped out... Read more →


Rowan Wins Regional Championship Headed to Div. III College World Series

photo provided MARIETTA, OHIO - (May 30, 2021)--Jared Marks scored the winning run in the 10th inning on a ground out by Victor Cruz to give No.7 Rowan a 9-8 win over No. 4 Marietta (38-6) to capture the Marietta Regional Championship and send Rowan to the Division III College World Series for the first time since 2005. It marks the sixth Regional title in Rowan history, but the most recent since the Profs captured the Mid-Atlantic Region title in 2004 and 2005. Rowan (29-4) is headed to the NCAA Division III World Series to be held at Perfect Game... Read more →


Rowan Defeats Stockton, Advances to Semifinals Beginning May 14 in AC

Victor Cruz hit a three-run home run and Donald Zellman earned the win on the mound (photos provided) GLASSBORO, NJ - Victor Cruz hit a three-run home run and Donald Zellman earned the win on the mound as Rowan defeated Stockton, 6-1, in the deciding game of the NJAC Championship Tournament Quarterfinal series. The Profs (22-4) now advance to the semifinals and will host a best-of-3 series beginning on Friday, May 14 at Sandcastle Stadium in Atlantic City, facing the winner of the Montclair State-Kean series that finishes up on Sunday. There will be two games played on Friday in... Read more →


How to Help Yourself With Difficult Homework During a Lockdown

Thanks to COVID-19 and the ongoing pandemic that resulted from it, lockdowns have become a part of our life. And if that wasn’t enough, students like you are having to deal with a ton of homework even when classes are online. You’re practically at home all the time now, and yet, the term ‘homework’ still seems to haunt you as always. Things don’t get any easier when the tasks you’re assigned are difficult to do. And due to the lockdown, you can’t even go out to a library or a friend’s place to discuss it. So to help you deal... Read more →


College Track/Field (Men and Women): Rowan University at the Oscar Moore Invitational

ROWAN MEN’S TRACK & FIELD WINS 12 EVENTS AT THE OSCAR MOORE INVITATIONAL GLASSBORO, NJ – The Rowan University men’s track & field team took first place in 12 events at the Oscar Moore Invitational. Jah’mere Beasley won the 100 meter dash in 10.86. Beasley was the top finisher in the trials with a time of 10.95. He finished the 200 meters in 21.93 for first place. The 4x400 meter relay of Hunter Barbieri, Jake Kolodziej, Vincent Delle and Amara Conte ran a winning time of 3:22.15. The Profs took first through third in the 110 meter hurdles. John Nguyen... Read more →


College Kids Returning Home for Thanksgiving, Winter Break?

How Families Can Stay Safe During Pandemic Many colleges will soon close until the spring semester as COVID-19 surges nationwide. A Virtua Health expert – and dad of a returning college student – offers advice. (Marlton, N.J.) Like many parents, Dr. Chris Pomrink will bring his son home from college for Thanksgiving and an extended winter break. But while the Virtua Health physician will be happy to see his son Luke, he wants to protect his loved ones from a potential, unwanted visitor: COVID-19. “Coronavirus is everywhere, and many college campuses have been hit especially hard,” said Dr. Pomrink, an... Read more →


Head Injury Risk for Soccer Players could be reduced with Simple Adjustments to the Ball (video)

The average soccer player heads the ball 12 times in a game, and each header carries up to 100g acceleration, enough to cause serious brain damage. A Purdue study led by Prof. Eric Nauman quantifies how inflating balls to lower pressures, and subbing them out when they get wet, has the potential to reduce head injuries by about 20%. WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Up to 22% of soccer injuries are concussions that can result from players using their heads to direct the ball during a game. To reduce risk of injury, a new study recommends preventing how hard a ball... Read more →


6 Student-Athletes Chosen to Lead Rowan Women's Track and Field Teams

GLASSBORO, NJ – Seniors Olivia Scattergood, Alyssa Sanders, Nicole Notarianni, Sidney McLeod-Whitener and Kari DiTonno and graduate student Jennie Sabol are captains of the Rowan women’s indoor and outdoor track & field teams. “These young women are excellent leaders in the classroom and on the track,” stated head coach Derick “Ringo” Adamson. “They are good communicators and motivators. Olivia takes command of the entire throws unit. She is dedicated to making sure the entire team is on task. For example, she set up a Zoom meeting to go over how to register for class with the freshmen and transfers. She... Read more →


Regard the Role of Paper Samples in Academic Writing

Gloucestercitynews.net (January 31, 2020)--Odd as it might sound, many disoriented students tend to undervalue sample reading as a tool for writing successfully. And this may be one of the common reasons why, to complete a capstone project that includes paper writing properly, a student has to apply for academic help from an online writing service. But the solution to the writing problems that most students face lies right on the surface – it takes just a few samples reads to get the hang of how to write like a pro! image unsplash.com Crafted by experts with rich academic backgrounds, paper... Read more →


Quick Lane Bowl to Feature Fabulous Ford Field and the Henry Ford Museum

By Raymond Rolak | CNBNews ALLEN PARK-- The Quick Lane Bowl and the Detroit Lions Community Relations Team paraded three principals to speak about and preview this year’s bowl game. These included Pat Narduzzi, Pitt head coach, Chris Creighton, Eastern Michigan head coach and John Hanighen, C.E.O. Quick Lane Tire & Auto Centers. The Quick Lane Bowl will take place December 26th at 8:00 P.M. (EST). Chris Creighton, Eastern Michigan head coach, John Hanighen of the Quick Lane Bowl and Pat Narduzzi, Pitt head coach. Photo courtesy of Lars Hjelmroth, Rolco Sports & Entertainment Network Some special Detroit flavor incorporated... Read more →


MAC Championship to be Played at Ford Field

By Raymond Rolak | CNBNews Sports The 2019 Marathon Mid-American Conference Football Championship will feature Miami versus Central Michigan on Saturday, Dec. 7, at Noon ET. The contest will mark the 23rd annual championship game for the MAC and will mark the 16th neutral site game at Ford Field in downtown Detroit. The 2019 Marathon MAC Football Championship Game will showcase the East Division Champion Miami RedHawks against the West Division Champion Central Michigan Chippewas. Central Michigan (8-4, 6-2 MAC) clinched the MAC West Division title with a 49-7 win over Toledo on Nov. 29. Central Michigan will be making... Read more →


7 Apps That Will Turn Your Smartphone into a Powerful Learning Tool

Gloucestercitynews.net (October 29, 2019)--Students today study in a completely different environment than their counterparts from just 15-20 years ago. The Internet, mobile devices, and cloud technologies give us access to the tools and possibilities that would have looked completely out of this world not so long ago. However, many students still don’t realize the full potential of all the technology that surrounds them and don’t use the full potential of their smartphone. This article will rectify this – here you will find some apps that may be small and insignificant by themselves, but together they make so many tasks easier... Read more →


Tips for writing coursework effectively

Gloucestercitynews.net (October 7, 2019)--The student needs a lot of curriculum information to write the coursework correctly. So one can say that are writing coursework is a very personal process. There is usually no weekly or daily deadline by supervisors, classmates don't have regular discussions, no reading assignments, no one tells you what you yourself doing this, writing far longer than what you have written, and having to work without the net on the net can make this process very challenging. Writing coursework is a great learning experience that has many great features. How to write an answer to this question... Read more →


How to Find Time for Relations in College

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(October 4, 2019)--Dating while in college can seem daunting. Time is a major factor in relationships and college students seem to be having less of it with each passing day. Aside from the lack of time in college, there are also many questions that people have. For example, one can question the number of partners to have. One can also question the issue of heartbreaks or the uncertainty of long-distance relationships. All these questions help to reinforce the idea that dating in college is difficult. However, we are here to let you know that you can find time for relationships... Read more →


How to Produce a Perfect Essay?

Gloucestercitynews.net (Sept. 25, 2019)--A lot of people detest essay writing because, honestly, it can be a quite difficult task for anyone. Generally, writing a good essay requires that you adequately follow the process involved no matter the subject you may be writing on. The writing process can actually take up a lot of your time – which is very precious – to gather materials, read and brainstorm ideas that eventually you’re going to use in your work. If it were possible, many people would totally avoid the task altogether to focus on other things which they find easier and more... Read more →


ROAD TO ATLANTA

CNBNewsnet (September 22, 2019)--The first game of the season is officially set to tip off on Tuesday November 5th, but the unofficial opening to the 2019-20 NCAA basketball season comes when teams hit their home court for Midnight Madness. A tradition started in 1971 by the Maryland Terrapins, the first official practice of the season brings a celebration of players, fans and players together in preparation for the road to Atlanta and the 2020 Final Four. Although many brackets will be busted come March Madness and predicting how well teams will fare throughout the season is tough to do with... Read more →


HOW COLLEGE STUDENTS COMBINE EDUCATION AND SPORT

Gloucestercitynews.net (September 13, 2019)--Sports and academic learning are known to complement each other, and most people have forgotten the importance of a student undergoing both of them. Academic learning requires a list of academic skills, and the same applies to sports. However, not all students can effectively combine their academic skills with sports. They end up flopping on one end and succeed in the other. If the student is unlucky, he might flop on both sides. For instance, according to Pearson higher learning, a student who wants to learn how to write an essay needs features such as an essay... Read more →


Christine McKenna Memorial Golf Outing

Gloucestercitynews.net--(GLOUCESTER CITY, NJ)--The 2nd Annual Christine McKenna Memorial Golf Outing will be held on Saturday, October 5, 2019 at Ed Oliver Golf Club in Wilmington, DE. Chris, a devoted and beloved member of the Gloucester Catholic family for 12 years, passed away in 2018 following a tough battle with breast cancer. Proceeds from the tournament benefit incoming Gloucester Catholic students. Beer and soda is included for golfers during play and a driving range is available during registration. A lunch/banquet will be held around 3 pm along with a basket auction and 50/50. Return registration form and sponsorship information to: Sean... Read more →


The Power of Virtual Classrooms in the Education System

The learning process doesn’t depend on the place for learning. So long as teachers are performing their role correctly, location is no hindrance. The virtual classroom is a new invention that is spreading out in the education sector. When defining it, a virtual classroom is a teaching and learning space where the members can interact and contribute to different subjects and topics regardless of the location they are. It is done in an online setting where there are various media used to enhance communication and understanding amongst the members. When asked to write such an essay, sometimes you may not... Read more →


Rutgers Joins Big Ten Study to Reduce Concussions

The groundbreaking study involving the nation’s most elite athletic and academic universities Newswise — Data on every consenting Rutgers athlete who experiences a concussion is helping to inform a large-scale, nationwide study aimed at making sports safer for student-athletes. Rutgers is part of the Big Ten-Ivy League Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Research Collaboration, comprised of the nation’s most elite athletic and academic universities, and is participating in its Big Ten-Ivy League Epidemiology of Concussions study. Rutgers School of Health Professions researcher Carrie Esopenko, assistant professor in the Department of Rehabilitation and Movement Sciences and an expert on head trauma, enrolled... Read more →


Wilmington, Delaware CBP Reports 2 Insect Discovery Firsts

July 5, 2019 WILMINGTON, Delaware – The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) confirmed today that two insects that U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agriculture specialists discovered during June were first ever discoveries of those species in the Port of Wilmington. Ozodes multituberculatus. USDA photo. On June 4, CBP agriculture specialists intercepted an adult long-horned beetle in a container of cassava from Costa Rica that was destined to Port Washington, N.Y. CBP preserved and submitted the pest to a USDA entomologist for identification. The following day, the entomologist identified the insect as Ozodes multituberculatus Bates 1870 (Cerambycidae), a pest of... Read more →


Healthcare for Athletes: Six Ways To Recover From An Injury

(Gloucestercitynews.net)(June 19, 2019)--Whether you’re a professional athlete, or simply someone who takes sport and physical fitness very seriously, suffering an injury can be debilitating and devastating. Not only can it leave you unable to train or compete, but you could also find yourself limited with regards to your daily activities and movements; loss of work, less social interaction and general immobility can all be incredibly stressful. If this has happened to you, or someone you know, it’s important to remember that it’s a temporary situation. Read on for our top tips on how to recover from a sports injury. Work... Read more →


Nick Paciorek Set for the MLB Draft to Take Place in New Jersey

Nick Paciorek Northwestern University relief pitcher By Raymond Rolak | CNBNews Sports Evanston, IL-- Having to learn a new position in a team sport is extremely difficult. Learning to switch from catcher to pitcher is extra complicated. Nick Paciorek is making that jump in leaps and bounds as he surely stood out in Big Ten play this spring. Formerly a junior utility catcher at Northwestern University, he is now making his mark as Nick Paciorek a stopper. When Wildcat’s coach Spencer Allen needed a closer this season, he called on his new relief ace. Three of his uncles, John, Tom... Read more →


“Do You Want To Play Some Football Under The Lights?"

University of Detroit Mercy Athletic History DATELINE DETROIT… OCTOBER 5, 1951 By Fred Lauck, Esq. Under the cool, night skies of a crisp October evening in the year of 1951, a bus load of Fightin’ Irishmen from Notre Dame pulled into Briggs Stadium at “The Corner” of Michigan and Trumbull Avenue. Their mission… to do battle with Detroit’s fightin’ Titans on the “Field of Dreams.” The lights at the historic stadium lit up the night sky over downtown Detroit seducing the “birds of a feather” into believing it was time to get up and go hunt worms again. The lights... Read more →


How to Examine a Laptop to Rent

If you are thinking of renting a laptop, there are factors you have to examine. You can’t just go to a shop and pick a device that is available at the moment. To get the most out of the money you pay for a rented computer, you have to scrutinise your options. The following are the most important details you have to examine. Specs and performance It’s not advisable to just go to a laptop rental shop, ask the attendant to give you a device, and leave with the device handed to you. It’s imperative to know the technical specifications... Read more →


Electrifying Performance by Freshman

Freshman Antoine Davis and Head Coach Mike Davis of the University of Detroit Mercy Titans speak post game. Photo courtesy of the Rolco Sports & Entertainment Network By Raymond Rolak I CNBNews Sports DETROIT-- It was a very special night in historic Calihan Hall as the University of Detroit Mercy Titans rolled over Wright State University, 79-58. Freshman Antoine Davis hit for 48 points including 10-three’s, as he led the Titans to a Horizon League victory. Davis leads the country (NCAA D-I) in 3’s made with 81 and in scoring at 26.9 points per game. (AS A TRUE FRESHMAN at... Read more →


MLB Winter Baseball Meetings Continue in Las Vegas at the Mandalay Bay Resort

Mandalay Bay Resort By Raymond Rolak CNBNews Sports Editor LAS VEGAS (December 11, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)-- A big question at the 2018 Baseball Winter Meetings being held at the Mandalay Bay Resort is if native son Bryce Harper will be making an appearance with his wife, Kayla. He is expected to be the biggest free agent signing in history. His agent, Scott Boras has been seen wandering the corridors of the convention and meeting spaces. All the major league execs are in town to make a blockbuster trade and finalize their spring training rosters. It's the first time the meetings have been... Read more →


IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY STUDY: Weightlifting is good for your heart and it doesn’t take much

Credit: Iowa State University News Service Iowa State researcher DC Lee says you don't have to invest a lot of time lifting weights to lower your risk for cardiovascular disease. Newswise — AMES, Iowa – Lifting weights for less than an hour a week may reduce your risk for a heart attack or stroke by 40 to 70 percent, according to a new Iowa State University study. Spending more than an hour in the weight room did not yield any additional benefit, the researchers found. “People may think they need to spend a lot of time lifting weights, but just... Read more →


Philadelphia Welcomes the Newest Smoothie on the Block – the CBD Oil Smoothie

PHILADELPHIA, PA (November 1, 2018)(CNBNewsnet)--The smoothie industry is getting a real shake up thanks to the latest offering at Fuel Restaurants in Philadelphia as the brand-new CBD oil smoothie debuts. This particular smoothie is generating all kinds of buzz and interest as the restaurant looks to fulfill its goal of providing healthy, fresh, and fast dining options. These CBD infused smoothies are meant to give customers a way to nourish their mental and physical well-being in a tasty refreshing beverage. Fuel Restaurant Striving to Make Its Mark As Fuel Restaurant's president Rocco Cima comments, this isn't the first time the... Read more →


University Research Paper: 6 Ways to Write a Masterpiece

(November 1, 2018)--If a prospective research paper author is concerned in a more general tutorial on research papers, where one must check out several research paper workshops that are accessible on the Web. If one requires to get in progress right away, one should start from the essay table of contents to see what's at that specific site, and then browse step by step to follow a recognized approach to accomplishment on one's research paper. Please, note that it doesn’t matter whether you need a high-school essay or a postgraduate research paper, a thesis proposal or an MBA dissertation because... Read more →


5 Common Academic Writing Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

If you’re a student, you know the drill when it comes to academic writing. But if you are a student, you’re also likely among the 99% of students who have made academic writing mistakes. Because academic writing errors are so common and affect nearly every student at every academic level, it can be helpful to review the five most common academic writing mistakes and the easiest way to avoid them. If you can master the techniques for avoiding these errors, you’ll be most of the way toward creating the best possible paper for your next academic writing assignment. So, let’s... Read more →


How To Write The Outstanding Essay – Don’t Ignore Some Good Points

What Is Essay Writing The essay is significant to you and the colleges to which you are applying. On the off chance that you think about the application as bits of a riddle or as autonomous voices meeting up to recount your story, the essay is a piece of the riddle over which you have finish control. The essay additionally gives you a chance to state what hasn't been said in your application and do as such in your unmistakable voice. For colleges, the essay not just gives a chance to assess your innovativeness, writing style and capacity, yet in... Read more →


How to Land Your First Job After College

CNBNews graphics file (CNBNewsnet)(September 4, 2018)--University is meant to prepare you for the job you’ve always dreamed of, but today a degree alone is not enough. Many top employers want candidates to have had real work experience, meaning that the new college experience needs to include internships throughout the four years of your Bachelors. Regardless of whether you prioritized interning during your college career or not, you can land your first job after college by following this guide: Use Your University Services Before You Go Most universities offer ongoing support to their recent graduates, and you should take advantage of... Read more →


2018 American Legion World Series awards announced

By Jeremy Field Aug 22, 2018 Following the 2018 American Legion World Series, won by Wilmington, Del., Post 1, major awards were announced. Denise Rohan, national commander of The American Legion, presented the awards on the field at Keeter Stadium in Shelby, N.C., following the nationally televised championship game on ESPNU. Chris Ludman, who pitched a shutout in the championship game to help earn the state of Delaware’s first-ever American Legion World Series title, earned the top award. Awards are for performances in regional and World Series play. The winners are as follows: George W. Rulon American Legion Player of... Read more →


Keys To Being A Successful Parent

CNBNews graphics file by CNBNews Staff (CNBNewsnet)(May 16, 2018)--Parenting is a tough job, and you should be proud of yourself for getting this far! While there is no right or wrong way to be the best parent you can be, there are tips that will help you achieve success. Don’t let what’s happened in the past stop you from changing your ways going forward and making a better future for you and your kids. Stay hopeful that you’ll continue to learn and grow and be the best parent you can be to your children. Mistakes happen, so don’t let a... Read more →


Parent Confessions: I Didn’t Understand the Seriousness of my Son’s Steroid Use

Photo Courtesy of Cindy Fox We are a baseball family. I played Little League Baseball® and so did both of my boys. Our oldest son went on the play collegiate baseball and was scouted by several Major League teams, and was Taylor’s idol. Like his older brother, Taylor played Little League and then played on his high school team. He was a very talented player, and had dreams of pitching in college and one day playing in the pros. Taylor was very competitive at everything he did – in school and in his social life. During high school, he was... Read more →


First State Heritage Park joins in Dover Days festivities May 4 and 5

DOVER DELAWARE (CNBNewsnet) – DNREC’s First State Heritage Park will present “Favorite Pastimes” as the theme for the First State Heritage Park’s monthly “First Saturday in the First State,” during the annual Dover Days celebration on Saturday, May 5. The program will feature a variety of free events and activities. Visitors to The Green can also see the John Bell House during the “Archaeology – a Time Travelers Event,” where they can visit an active dig site, and find out more about life in the past. At the John Bell House, middle school students from the First State Club at... Read more →


High-School Students’ Binge Drinking Predicts Health-Risk Behaviors

image courtesy of www.cnn.com Newswise (CNBNewsnet)— Underage drinking can lead to risky or harmful behaviors that include unintentional and unprotected sex, physical and sexual assault, traffic and other injuries, suicide, homicide, and overdoses. Binge drinking among adults is defined as five drinks consumed during two hours by adult men and four drinks by adult women – typically producing a blood alcohol level (BAL) of ≥0.08%. Adolescents can reach a similar BAL after consuming fewer drinks. This paper explored whether and how different levels of adolescent drinking affected associations with health-risk behaviors. Study authors analyzed past-month drinking and past-month or past-year... Read more →


EMU Wins in the First Round of the CIT Tourney

By Raymond Rolak | CNBNewsnet YPSILANTI-- The Eastern Michigan University Men’s basketball team took a giant step to salvage the 2017-18 season by posting a resounding 85-63 victory over Niagara in the CollegeInsider.com postseason tourney. It is a nice consolation prize after the tough 64-63 last second loss to Toledo in the semi-final at the Mid-American Conference Championship in Cleveland. It is not the NCAA Tournament or even the NIT but EMU could go far in the CIT. Before a sparse crowd, redshirt junior Elijah Minnie had a career-high 29 points. Junior James Thompson IV tallied 20 points and pulled... Read more →


*Benefits of Distant Tuition You Couldn't Think Of

CNBNews Staff To be or not to be, this is a question for many students, who consider the possibility of studying through distance learning. This article will reveal all the key issues of this matter. Over the years, distance learning in various forms helped realize the educational aspirations of students who could not or did not want to attend day internal classes. Students are often concerned about the choice of higher education through distant learning because they lack clarity about the pros and cons of this mode of study. It is a good idea to understand the advantages and disadvantages... Read more →


EASTERN MICHIGAN U BASKETBALL TEAM SHARES VICTORY CELEBRATION WITH STUDENT (video)

EMU nursing major, Jacob Lackey accomplished the stroke of a lifetime (credit EMU 10K putt promo) By Raymond Rolak | CNBNewsnet Exclusive YPSILANTI-- The Eastern Michigan men’s basketball team had more to celebrate than their close 79-74 victory over in-state rival Central Michigan University during a mid-week game recently. A spirited crowd also witnessed one of their EMU student family win ten thousand dollars during a half-time promotion. The CNBNewsnet coverage team was present to witness the extra ordinary occurrence. EMU nursing major, Jacob Lackey accomplished the stroke of a lifetime. Billed as the “10-K Putt Challenge” it turned in... Read more →


*COMMENTARY:

What Should You Look for in a School?

by Ernest Mendozza | CNBNews Exclusive What should you look for in a school? Planning to join a school or want to find a good school for your child? Learn about the things that you need to check. Read these points to end up with the best school for a brighter future. Schools in the United Kingdom Most of the schools in the United Kingdom have a good reputation, but let’s not forget that there are also a few schools where a lot of negative cases have happened and you surely don’t want yourself or your child to end up... Read more →


NJAC Weekly Award Winners: November 11; Top Defensive Player Samer Manna, Wesley College

PITMAN—The New Jersey Athletic Conference announced its Week 11 Football Players of the Week on November 12. Please click here for the selections ending the week of Saturday, November 11. Read more →


ADF Center for Academic Freedom launches new online resource in the fight for free speech

at public universities Center unveils interactive website to empower students, faculty Monday, October 16, 2017 WASHINGTON – College students facing attacks on their freedom of speech will now be able to access practical legal information online. With a mobile-friendly user interface, the Alliance Defending Freedom Center for Academic Freedom’s new website is designed to be the go-to resource for students with questions about their First Amendment freedoms. Explore this new resource at a Facebook Live event Monday at 1:30 p.m. EDT (10:30 a.m. PDT). “Today’s college students are tomorrow’s judges, legislators, teachers, and voters,” said ADF Senior Counsel Casey Mattox,... Read more →


NJAC Offensive Player of the Week TCNJ QUARTERBACK TREVOR OSLER, OF MARLTON

PITMAN—The New Jersey Athletic Conference announced its Week 7 Football Players of the Week on October 15. Please click here for the selections ending the week of Saturday, October 14. Read more →


NJAC Weekly Award Winners: October 8

PITMAN --- The New Jersey Athletic Conference has announced its sixth weekly award winners of the 2017 season in men's and women's soccer, field hockey, volleyball, men's and women's cross country, and women's tennis. The honors cover performances for the week ending October 8. MEN'S SOCCER Offensive Player of the Week: Shane Doherty, Rowan Defensive Player of the Week: Ryan Sprague, Ramapo Rookie of the Week: Chaz Burnett, Montclair State WOMEN'S SOCCER Offensive Player of the Week: Marisa Adelman, William Paterson Defensive Player of the Week: Kelly Wieczerzak, TCNJ Rookie of the Week: Phoebe Bledsoe, Montclair State FIELD HOCKEY Offensive... Read more →


NJAC Football Players of the Week Oct. 8

PITMAN—The New Jersey Athletic Conference announced its Week 6 Football Players of the Week on October 8. (click image to enlarge) Please click here for the selections ending the week of Saturday, October 7. Read more →


Attorney General Shapiro Sues Nation’s Largest Student Loan Company for Widespread Abuses

Navient Engaged in Unfair and Deceptive Lending and Failed to Offer Proper Repayment Plans to Students HARRISBURG — Attorney General Josh Shapiro filed a lawsuit against the nation’s largest servicer of federal and private student loans, Navient Corporation, and its subsidiary Navient Solutions, LLC, over widespread abuses in their student loan origination and servicing businesses. “Navient’s deceptive practices and predatory conduct harmed student borrowers and put their own profits ahead of the interests of millions of families across our country who are struggling to repay student loans,” Attorney General Shapiro said. “The more businesses like Navient put their bottom line... Read more →


NJAC Weekly Award Winners: Oct. 2

PITMAN --- The New Jersey Athletic Conference has announced its fifth weekly award winners of the 2017 season in men's and women's soccer, field hockey, volleyball, men's and women's cross country, and women's tennis. The honors cover performances for the week ending October 1. MEN'S SOCCER Offensive Player of the Week: Fabio DeSousa, Rutgers-Newark Defensive Player of the Week: Will Sjaastad, Rowan Rookie of the Week: Chaz Burnett, Montclair State WOMEN'S SOCCER Offensive Player of the Week: Marisa Adelman, William Paterson Defensive Player of the Week: Shelby Money, Rowan Rookie of the Week: Ana Lucia Silveira, Rutgers-Newark FIELD HOCKEY Offensive... Read more →


Chicago Sky Draft Jankoska in First Round, Joins the Rutgers Connection

Graphic courtesy of MSU Sports Information By Raymond Rolak | CNBNews Exclusive FREELAND, Mich. -- Tori Jankoska couldn’t hold back the tears of joy when, with the ninth overall pick, she was drafted by the Chicago Sky. She watched the draft festivities with about 40 family and friends in the basement of her parents, Randy and Lisa Jankoska. The Michigan State guard wanted to stay in the confines of support and share the experience. Her whole playing career has been that way. She shares and dishes off to her teammates. She offers support. She is the complete team player. Michigan... Read more →