The outage occurred around 1:30 p.m. at the Glassboro campus.
After smothering Endicott College in the first round of the NCAA Division III Football Championship Tournament, the Rowan Profs will be in Texas this weekend for a second round match-up with The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor.
If you want to evaluate the 2013 regular season for the Division III Rowan Profs football team, you really have to break it up into two parts. Before October 12th and after.
Two of the top programs in all of Division III college football will meet up on Saturday in Glassboro, New Jersey, as the Rowan Profs host the Wesley Wolverines.
Last season, Rowan went 7-3 and made the NCAA playoff field for the first time since 2006, and are looking to build on that.
Rutgers University has added two medical schools, Rowan University is a research university and the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey has dissolved.
Widener and Rowan football are preparing for their Division III playoff openers.
Rowan football is looking to rebound from a disappointing 2011.
A New Jersey Senate committee has approved a bill that overhauls higher education in the state, including a plan that sets up a joint board to oversee operations at Rowan University and Rutgers-Camden. The bill now goes to another Senate committee for more debate.
Rowan University’s governing board has endorsed legislation merging the school with Rutgers-Camden, while asking to retain its authority over campus matters.
Both the Board of Trustees and the Board of Governors huddled in a closed session before approving the document which, among other things, insists that both Rutgers-Camden and Rowan retain their autonomy, and that any collaboration abide by a state law that set up Rutgers as an independent institution.
Three local teams have received berths to the NCAA Division III Baseball Championship Tournament.
The clock is ticking on the proposed merger between Rutgers-Camden and Glassboro-based Rowan University, part of a plan New Jersey Governor Chris Christie has to improve higher education in the state.
Democrats hoping to get a better idea how much Gov. Chris Christie’s proposed higher education realignment will cost New Jersey taxpayers must wait a while longer.
Rowan’s head coach has reached an impressive milestone.