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Rutgers Football Coach Faces Questions Over Email

8-26-15
Rutgers football head coach Kyle Flood is under investigation over an email reportedly asking about the academic status on one of his players.
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Sixers Bring Brotherly Love to Camden Youth

8-25-15
The Philadelphia Sixers and Virtua Health Systems partnered up to provide a basketball clinic to Camden youth to promote health and wellness and to keep kids off the street.
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Rutgers Law Dean Takes Pleasure in Gig as Globetrotting Rowing Umpire

8-19-15
Ronald Chen traveled this summer to Korea in service of a sport he loves.
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Rowers Concerned Over Polluted Waters At Olympic Competition Venues

8-14-15
Olympic hopefuls expressed concerns over polluted waters at rowing competition sites.
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American Pharoah Not the Only Winner at Monmouth Park

8-3-15
Triple Crown winner American Pharoah attracted thousands of spectators to Monmouth Park Racetrack who also spent money at local businesses.
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American Pharoah to Race at Monmouth Park Haskell Invitational

7-31-15
Triple Crown winner American Pharoah is set to race in Monmouth Park's 48th Haskell Invitational, which many believe will be a boon to the area.
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Concussion Rate High for Teen Girl Athletes

7-22-15
Teenage girls have twice the rate of concussions as their male counterparts. Doctors say the severity is also quite significant.
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Marlton Welcomes Carli Lloyd Back to New Jersey

7-22-15
Soccer star and Jersey girl Carli Lloyd trained at Blue Barn in Marlton. She now has a court there named in her honor after helping the U.S. win the World Cup.
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More Young Athletes Undergo Surgery Related to Sports Injuries

7-17-15
Data shows that teen athletes who have knee or leg surgery during high school are at a higher risk for more surgery if they play in college.
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Big Ten Seen as a Draw for Rutgers

7-10-15
Since joining the Big Ten Conference, Rutgers University has seen an 11 percent increase in first year applicants.