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In UR’s 92-73 victory over Emory University on Saturday, Feb. 25, junior guard John DiBartolomeo made 11 of 15 field goal attempts, draining all four of his 3-pointers and 14 of 15 free throw attempts. This gave him 40 points for the game, making him the first Yellowjacket to score 40 points in a game since 1992. He also had nine boards, six assists and four steals.

What is your major?
Financial economics.

Why did you choose to come to UR?
I initially found out about UR because I was recruited. I decided to attend because it was the best mix of competitive, successful basketball with a great education.

When did your basketball career start?
I’ve been playing basketball for as long as I can remember. I don’t know how old I was when I started playing competitively, but I started playing when I was 2 years old.

What is your favorite part of the game?
That basketball is a team game. Basketball teams usually consist of no more than 15 players, which really creates a better atmosphere, in my opinion. Everyone on the team knows everyone extremely well and it makes practice, games, traveling and any other team-related functions a lot more enjoyable.

How did you feel when you realized that you broke your own record and became the first player in two decades to score 40 points in a game?
I had no idea how many points I had during the game. It wasn’t until I got taken out at the end and everyone on the bench told me I had 40. I didn’t really know what to think and I didn’t know it hadn’t been done in 20 years. But I was definitely excited because I had never scored that much before and it was a fun way to end the season.

How have you embraced your role as a leader on the team?
I’ve tried my best this year to communicate more. I don’t do a lot of the pre-game or post-game talking, but I’ve tried to improve my communication.

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Is it bad? Definitely not! But I found myself continually checking my phone to see how many tracks were left.

UR Baseball beats Hamilton and RIT

Yellowjackets baseball beat Hamilton College on Tuesday and RIT on Friday to the scores of 11–4 and 7–4, respectively.

Hippo Campus’ D-Day show was to “Ride or Die” for

Hippo Campus’ performance was a well-needed break from the craze of finals, and just as memorable as their name would suggest.