Tim Pernetti

Rutgers Announces Move to Big Ten Conference

Former Rutgers AD Pernetti Hired By MLS Team

Ousted Rutgers athletic director Tim Pernetti has been named the chief business officer of the New York City Football Club.


Rutgers University Introduces New Athletic Director Julie Hermann

Julie Hermann Starts As Rutgers Athletic Director

Julie Hermann has started her first full day as Rutgers’ athletic director.


NCAA First Round: Robert Morris Colonials v Michigan State Spartans

Poll: Rutgers Right To Fire Basketball Coach

A new poll finds a majority of New Jersey residents think the school was right to fire basketball coach Mike Rice.



Rutgers Names Carl Kirschner Interim AD Again

Rutgers is turning to former dean Carl Kirschner to run its athletic department amid the basketball scandal that led to the firing of coach Mike Rice and the resignation of athletic director Tim Pernetti.


(Gov. Chris Christie, in file photo.  Credit: Jeff Zelevansky/ Getty Images)

Gov. Christie Says He Retains Confidence in Rutgers President

“And now, we need to move on,” the governor said.


Rutgers Announces Move to Big Ten Conference

Former Rutgers AD Pernetti Getting $1.2M, iPad

Former Rutgers Athletic Director Tim Pernetti is getting $1.2 million in salary, plus an iPad in settlement deal.


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Whistleblower Sues Rutgers In Abusive Coach Case

A former Rutgers University employee who made public the video that led to the basketball coach’s dismissal and athletic director’s resignation has filed a whistleblower lawsuit against the university.


Rutgers Announces Move to Big Ten Conference

Rutgers AD Pernetti Resigns

Tim Pernetti resigns as Rutgers AD.


South Florida v Rutgers

As Rutgers Sets To Repair Image, AD Pernetti’s Job In Limbo

It seemed a perfect fit when Tim Pernetti was hired as athletic director at Rutgers in April 2009, now his job is in jeopardy.


Rutgers coach Mike Rice (Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images)

Rothstein: Mike Rice Deserves 4th Season At Rutgers

Building a college basketball program in a high-major conference requires time. It requires patience — especially if the school hasn’t been to the NCAA Tournament since 1991.