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Rutgers Law Dean Takes Pleasure in Gig as Globetrotting Rowing Umpire

Ronald Chen traveled this summer to Korea in service of a sport he loves.

Rowers Concerned Over Polluted Waters At Olympic Competition Venues

Olympic hopefuls expressed concerns over polluted waters at rowing competition sites.

American Pharoah Not the Only Winner at Monmouth Park

Triple Crown winner American Pharoah attracted thousands of spectators to Monmouth Park Racetrack who also spent money at local businesses.

American Pharoah to Race at Monmouth Park Haskell Invitational

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.

Concussion Rate High for Teen Girl Athletes

Teenage girls have twice the rate of concussions as their male counterparts. Doctors say the severity is also quite significant.

Marlton Welcomes Carli Lloyd Back to New Jersey

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.

More Young Athletes Undergo Surgery Related to Sports Injuries

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.

Big Ten Seen as a Draw for Rutgers

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

Operation Beachhead Gets Wounded Vets Back to Activities

A wounded Vietnam veteran founded Operation Beachhead five years ago to give other wounded veterans the opportunity to participate in recreational activities.

2015 Special Olympics New Jersey Summer Games Kicks Off

More than 2,500 athletes from around the state are competing in this year's Special Olympics New Jersey Summer Games at The College of New Jersey in Ewing.