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0 C’mon Ref!
Andrew Amodai; Contributor One of the biggest issues in all of sports so far this year has been the replacement referees that the NFL has instated. To preface this, the NFL had to use replacement officials as their full time referees were in a lockout and could not come to an agreement on a new contract.
0 Rutgers Camden Women’s Tennis win on home court
Rutgers-Camden University women’s tennis team soundly defeats their opponents, Farleigh Dickinson University, 8-1on Friday afternoon at Rutgers-Camden. After a shaky 3-4 start and two extremely tough losses in a row: a 2-7 defeat at the hands of Misericordia University and a 0-9 shutout at TCNJ, the girls showed that we weren’t going down without a fight.
0 Phillies: In or out
Expectations were extremely high for the 2012 Philadelphia Phillies coming into this season as they always are for all major Philadelphia teams. The Phillies had been one of the most dominant teams in the league in recent years, having just won a world title in 2008. Coming into this season, much of the same was expected, add to that the signing of arguably the best closer in the game Jonathan Papelbon and the Phillies were expected to again be dominant.
0 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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