NHL fans are focused on the keystone rivalry heading into the playoffs

April 10, 2012 10:59 amComments Off
NHL fans are focused on the keystone rivalry heading into the playoffs

The NHL season is winding down and the playoffs are right around the corner. There are many interesting playoff matchups this season, but the most exciting of them all is found in the Eastern Conference. That matchup happens to be the #4 Pittsburgh Penguins facing off against their arch rivals, the #5 Philadelphia Flyers.

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Men’s tennis cruises to a 9-0 victory over Gwynedd-Mercy

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Men’s tennis cruises to a 9-0 victory over Gwynedd-Mercy

The Rutgers-Camden men’s tennis team improved to 6-1 on April 4 as they cruised to a 9-0 win over host Gwynedd-Mercy.

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William Paterson gets a hand in NJAC sweep at Rutgers-Camden

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William Paterson University junior righthander Kelsey Hand (Mountainville, NJ/Cornwall Central) earned the victory in the opener and collected a save in the nightcap to lead the Pioneers to a sweep over Rutgers University-Camden …

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Flyers are prepared for whoever they face in the playoffs

April 3, 2012 11:00 amComments Off
Flyers are prepared for whoever they face in the playoffs

The NHL is quickly heading toward the end of the regular season and toward playoffs. Teams are going through their highs and their lows as they race toward the postseason. The Flyers have already clinched their spot in the playoffs; it’s now just a matter of how the Flyers play heading into the playoffs and also what seed they eventually end up with.

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Black helps pitch Haverford past Rutgers-Camden, 9-4

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Black helps pitch Haverford past Rutgers-Camden, 9-4

Haverford College junior southpaw Jonny Black (Los Angeles, CA/Windward School) hurled six innings and allowed two earned runs to collect his first decision of the season as the Fords defeated Rutgers University-Camden, 9-4, in a non-conference baseball game here Wednesday at Campbell’s Field.

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Andy Reid’s job depends on the 2012 NFL draft

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Andy Reid’s job depends on the 2012 NFL draft

The Philadelphia Eagles have the 15th pick in the upcoming 2012 NFL Draft. As usual, fans have no clear guess as to what Andy Reid and the Eagles front office are going to do with the pick. When all signs would suggest picking one position, Reid likes to draft players who will develop in a few years rather than contribute right away.

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Rutgers-Camden returns to action with softball sweep at Immaculata

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Rutgers-Camden returns to action with softball sweep at Immaculata

When the Rutgers University-Camden softball team took the field at Immaculata University here Tuesday, the Scarlet Raptors hadn’t played a varsity game for 10 days.

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CCNY nine edges Rutgers-Camden, 5-4

March 27, 2012 11:00 amComments Off
CCNY nine edges Rutgers-Camden, 5-4

City College of New York freshman pitcher Alex David (Brooklyn, NY/Stuyvesant) held Rutgers University-Camden to two hits over five innings and combined with three other pitchers on a seven-hitter to earn his first collegiate victory as the Beavers edged the Scarlet Raptors, 5-4, in a non-conference game here Friday afternoon.

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Tim Tebow and Peyton Manning find new homes

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Tim Tebow and Peyton Manning find new homes

For the 2012 season, we will be seeing Peyton Manning wearing a different uniform than the blue and white we have become accustomed to. After a week of travelling across the country to visit with different teams, Manning has officially been signed by the Denver Broncos.

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Phillies continue to march towards Opening Day despite injuries

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Phillies continue to march towards Opening Day despite injuries

Spring training has been rough on the Philadelphia Phillies. They have had to deal with many hardships, seemingly more than any other team in the MLB. Every team is going to have their share of problems, but for the Phillies it seems as though they have some kind of curse put on them.

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