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After five months of competition, the Rutgers swimming and diving team will be heading to Bloomington, Indiana for the 2019 Big Ten Championships. The championship event will take place at the Counsilman-Billingsley Aquatics Center and run from Wednesday through Saturday.
The Rutgers wrestling team saw its three dual winning streak snapped at home yesterday by Michigan, 28-7. The 5,364 in attendance bid farewell to graduate students No. 1 149-pounder Anthony Ashnault, No. 14 157-pounder John Van Brill, 184-pounder Nicholas Gravina and heavyweight Ralph Normandia.
With just two dual meets left, the Rutgers wrestling team will face possibly its toughest challenge of the season when it hosts No. 4 Michigan at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) on Sunday afternoon.
With March rapidly approaching, the Rutgers wrestling team found its most productive road trip of the season this past weekend, extending its win streak to three with victories over Indiana and No. 20 Purdue.
The Rutgers wrestling team will be taking a trip to the Midwest this weekend for two of its last three road meets of the regular season. Fresh off a thriller over Garden State rival Princeton, the No. 18 Scarlet Knights (9-5, 2-3) will be returning to Big Ten action with meets against Indiana on Friday night and No. 19 Purdue on Sunday afternoon.
A man who has stood on both sides of the field for Rutgers’ most celebrated wins and a number of its most calamitous losses will be taking his expertise in defensive football to an organization that has known nothing but unprecedented success since the turn of the century.
A year removed from missing an entire season to injury, No. 2 graduate student 149-pounder Anthony Ashnault is closing his sixth and final season undefeated through 19 matches. The consensus No. 2 wrestler in the country tallied what he said is one of his best career wins against Princeton’s Matthew Kolodzik, the consensus No. 1 wrestler in the country.
Some unexpected adversity put the Rutgers wrestling team in an early hole against Michigan State. Needing a second conference win, No. 5 junior 133-pounder Nick Suriano sparked a comeback for the No. 18 Scarlet Knights (8-4, 2-2) as they avoided an upset loss to the Spartans (4-6, 1-4) to end their two-meet skid in a 22-20 victory on Friday at the Rutgers Athletics Center (RAC).
After having its 10-game winning streak snapped on the road against Iowa, the Rutgers women’s basketball team will head to University Park, Pa. this Sunday to take on Penn State (9-9, 2-5) as they look to stay on top of the Big Ten standings.
Having wrapped up a stretch of four straight meets against teams ranked inside the top 10, the Rutgers wrestling team will face its first unranked opponent of 2019 when it takes on Michigan State at the Rutgers Athletics Center (RAC) tomorrow night.
Over winter break, the Rutgers wrestling team saw a comeback on the road fall just short in the final match, a finish against Wisconsin so close that it required tie-breaking protocol and a rematch of the longest match in the history of high school wrestling come down to a controversial call by officials.
The Daily Targum sat down with Interim Chancellor Christopher J. Molloy and a few members of his executive team on Dec. 11 for an interview. Topics such as Molloy’s job status, campus improvements, campus mold, marijuana legalization, student safety and the University's future were discussed.
The things that will be giving Rutgers' campus some life over the coming break are the hard-working athletes, coaches and faculty of the Athletics department. While the semester comes to a close, the winter sports season will be in full swing as the Scarlet Knights will host several high-profile sporting events before classes resume on Jan. 22.
For the first time since 2014, the Rutgers wrestling team made the trip to Las Vegas, Nev. for the Cliff Keen Invitational this past weekend. After two days of competition, head coach Scott Goodale and the No. 25 Scarlet Knights (5-1) ended the tournament with two champions in their weight classes and a combined team record of 16-14.
The Rutgers wrestling team went back on the road Friday night to tally its fifth win of the season against Hofstra. The No. 23 Scarlet Knights (5-1) dominated up and down the lineup against the Pride (0-1) and fell one match shy of a complete sweep with a final score of 40-3.
The Rutgers wrestling team travels back to New York state this weekend for a dual meet against Hofstra.
The Rutgers women’s soccer team’s 2018 season came to a conclusive and controversial finish on Friday night with a 1-0 defeat to No. 9 Duke University in the first round of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Tournament.
The Rutgers wrestling team split the Journeymen Duals in Troy, N.Y. on Saturday for its fourth win as well as its first loss of the season. The No. 15 Scarlet Knights (4-1) defeated Appalachian State, 26-9, in their first meet, but fell to Utah Valley, 24-14, to close out the day.
After an early exit from the Big Ten Tournament, the Rutgers women’s soccer team will look to keep its season alive this Friday when it travels to Durham, N.C. to take on Duke in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament.
The Rutgers wrestling team opened up the 2018-19 season with three lopsided wins, as it hosted the Rutgers Quad Meet Saturday.