PISCATAWAY, N.J. (AP) — Rutgers dedicated its court to former coach C. Vivian Stringer on Sunday before the team’s game against No. 4 Ohio State. The 74-year-old won 1,055 games in her 50-year Hall of Fame career before retiring after last season. She was at Rutgers from 1995-2022 after stints at Cheyney State and Iowa. “I was stunned when I saw that, I still can’t believe that,” an emotional Stringer said of seeing her name on the court. There have only been a handful of schools to name their courts after women’s basketball coaches, including Tennessee for Pat Summitt, N.C. State for Kay Yow, Arkansas-Little Rock for Joe Foley and DePaul for Doug Bruno.