Israeli athlete is Rutgers hoops star
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Israeli athlete is Rutgers hoops star

Noga Pelc, back row second from right in Rutgers sweatshirt, her mom, far right, and her cousin Rose Konigsberg, center, holding her grandson, are pictured at a recent Rutgers University game with family, and friends. (Photo provided)
Noga Pelc, back row second from right in Rutgers sweatshirt, her mom, far right, and her cousin Rose Konigsberg, center, holding her grandson, are pictured at a recent Rutgers University game with family, and friends. (Photo provided)

Israeli basketball star Noga Pelc received a scholarship to play women’s basketball at Rutgers University. She’s also got family here; Rose Konigsberg of Bogota, a past president of Congregation Beth Sholom in Teaneck, is a cousin. Noga spends the Jewish holidays with Rose.

The Rutgers women’s basketball team was the number three seed in the Big Ten playoffs, had a 13-5 record in the Big Ten, and ended with an impressive 21-8 overall record.

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