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Rape probe at Kerry Rhodes' home

New Jersey cops are investigating a woman's claim that she was raped at the home of star Jets defensive back Kerry Rhodes after meeting him and another man at a Manhattan nightclub, The Post has learned. The woman, a Canadian tourist, told NYPD cops that two men raped her late Friday or early Saturday in Morristown, NJ, where the 26-year-old Jet safety has a town house, New York law-enforcement sources said. Rhodes, in a statement issued through a Jets spokesman, said: "I briefly talked with police on Saturday regarding an incident that allegedly took place at my home. The police confirmed to me that I am not the subject of this allegation."

Cards fall to Notre Dame, rematch at 5 p.m.

Centerfielder A.J. Pollock went 4-for-5 as Notre Dame broke a tie game with three runs in the top of the ninth and held off a late Louisville rally for a 6-5 win Saturday in the semifinal round of the BIG EAST Baseball Championship at Bright House Field. The win for Notre Dame (36-22) sets up a rematch with Louisville (42-15) at 5 p.m. Saturday, with a spot in the championship game at stake. The championship game has been rescheduled for Sunday at 11 a.m.

USF And UConn Kill A 5-Hour Rain Delay With Dance-Off (With Video)

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Chris Dominguez repeats as Big East Player of the Year

From the Big East: Louisville third baseman Chris Dominguez became just the second player in BIG EAST history to repeat as BIG EAST Player of the Year as he took home the conference’s top individual honor Monday in advance of the 2009 BIG EAST Baseball Championship at Bright House Field. Louisville pitcher Justin Marks was chosen as BIG EAST Pitcher of the Year, while Connecticut outfielder George Springer was tabbed as the BIG EAST Rookie of the Year. USF head coach Lelo Prado was named the BIG EAST Coach of the Year. Dominguez is the first player to win the BIG EAST Player of the Year honor in consecutive seasons since Notre Dame’s Steve Stanley won in 2001 and 2002. Dominguez shared the honor with Cincinnati’s Josh Harrison in 2008. Dominguez led Louisville to its best regular season in school history as the Cardinals went 40-14 and captured the BIG EAST regular-season title for the first time. He finished the regular season as Louisville’s leader in home runs (21), RBIs (75) and stolen bases (17). He led the BIG EAST in total bases (158) and was second in the conference in home runs, RBIs and slugging percentage (.721). He capped the regular season by hitting home runs in each game of the Cardinals’ doubleheader sweep of USF, which gave Louisville the outright regular-season championship. Marks becomes the second Louisville player to be named BIG EAST Pitcher of the Year in the last three seasons, joining 2007 winner Zack Pitts. Marks finished the regular season as the BIG EAST’s only nine-game winner, going 9-2 with a 3.47 earned-run average that ranks third in the conference. He struck out a BIG EAST-leading 106 batters and walked just 27 in 85.2 innings and went 7-1 in nine starts against BIG EAST competition.

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The top-seeded Cards open up postseason play Tuesday at 1 p.m. against Cincinnati in a rematch of last year's title game.

Softball tops Purdue, gets No. 9 Arizona this a.m.

Love the pace, love the game, LOVE the cheers. University of Louisville pitcher Kristen Wadwell navigated threatening situations last night against Purdue. This morning she'll get a shot at working through a dangerous lineup. Wadwell worked out of two bases-loaded situations to help the Cardinals emerge with a 4-1 victory over Purdue last night at Ulmer Stadium in the first round of the NCAA softball regional tournament. The Cards will face overall No. 9 seed Arizona, which has won two of the past three national championships, at 10 a.m. today. Wadwell will pitch against an Arizona lineup that leads the nation in home runs. The Wildcats broke their own NCAA record set in 2001 with 127 homers -- the most recent by Stacie Chambers in their 9-3 win over Tennessee-Martin yesterday. "I'm really excited about it," Wadwell said. "I've watched Arizona play the last couple years in the World Series, and there's actually no team I'd rather face in this regional than them." The winner will march on to tomorrow's final at 2 p.m. and will have a second chance, if needed, to advance to next weekend's super regional.

Cards return to Baseball America Top 25

Following a 4-1 week that included two wins over No. 25 Ohio State and two road wins over Big East foe St. John's, the University of Louisville baseball team returned to the national rankings yesterday at No. 23 in the Baseball America Top 25. Louisville (36-14, 16-7) is also ranked 26th in the Ping!Baseball Top 30, 28th in the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper Top 30 and 28th in the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Top 30. The Cardinals have won seven of eight and nine of their past 10 on the road. They'll play at 7 tonight at Western Kentucky, then finish the regular season with a three-game home series against Big East leader South Florida (31-19, 18-6) Thursday through Saturday, needing a sweep to win the league title.
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