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Greg Schiano Returns as RU Head Football Coach – NJ native led Scarlet Knights to six bowl appearances

Greg Schiano, who led Rutgers to new heights from 2001-11, returns as the head football coach “On the Banks.” Schiano’s appointment as head coach comes following the Rutgers Board of Governors’ approval today of contract terms.

The Wyckoff, New Jersey, native directed the Scarlet Knights to six bowl appearances, coached 83 RU players who signed NFL contracts and guided the program to the top APR score in the nation during his previous 11 seasons in Piscataway. He was named the 2006 National Coach of the Year. Schiano, who has three nine-win campaigns and coached 16 Rutgers All-America selections, holds a 68-67 record as the Rutgers head coach, including a 56-33 mark in his last seven seasons. The 68 wins are fourth in school history, behind Frank Burns (78), Harvey Harman (74) and John Bateman (73). “Rutgers University and this football program have meant the world to me and my family,” said Schiano.”I arrived here in 2000 with the goal to build a program that would be a source of pride for the state of New Jersey and develop great young men. READ MORE

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Princz’s Perspective: Community was the big winner in “Run in the Park 5k”

The Highland Park “Run in the Park” on May 3rd featured the 7th annual 5k race, plus a “Super Heroes Race” for the youngest athletes. (Five-year-old Rubin Tanzi Hersh grins as he crosses the finish line on the Highland Park High School track.) The entire community was the big winner in the event. Sports Editor Howard Princz summarizes all the other sports activities of the past week. READ MORE

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