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Former Rutgers, WNBA Liberty star Sue Wicks now owns Violet Cove Oyster Co.

Sue Wicks played basketball for Rutgers and the Liberty, set multiple records, appeared in several championship games and eventually was inducted into the Women's Basketball Hall of Fame. On Nov. 3, Wicks talked about her current passion: She owns and operate Violet Cove Oyster Co. (Credit: Randee Daddona) (Photo Credits: Newsday / John Keating; Richard Slattery)


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