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Scott Goodale stood in a corner tunnel of the Scottrade Center in St. Louis in March, waiting for Frank Molinaro to come down from his podium. The fifth four-time All-American in Penn State history finished his career with a national title at 149 pounds, and about an hour after accepting his trophy and hugging Goodale, he was already meeting with Rutgers wrestling boosters.
Former Penn?State 149-pounder Frank?Molinaro becomes an assistant on head coach Scott Goodale’s staff today after capturing an NCAA?title as a senior. Molinaro wrestled at Southern Regional High School (N.J.), where he faced off against Goodale.
Scott Goodale realizes he is in store for his longest offseason yet. After a season designed to produce the Rutgers wrestling team’s first All-American since 2002 and a dual-meet schedule with more losses than any in Goodale’s four-year tenure, the head coach has no choice. “I’m going to try to remember very little from this season,” Goodale said. “I’ve never really been in this situation of not winning.”
Senior 141-pounder Billy Ashnault will return next season as an assistant coaching following his performance in St. Louis.
Head coach?Scott Goodale learned from this season’s 13-8 dual-meet record.
As Rutgers wrestlers fell in the early rounds last week at the NCAA Championships, head coach Scott Goodale knew one Scarlet Knight could will himself to All-American honors. Senior 141-pounder Billy Ashnault fell one match short of the podium — the only goal for the Knights this season. But after facing seeded wrestlers in four of his five bouts at the Scottrade Center, it was not for a lack of effort.
Senior 141-pounder Billy Ashnault reacts to Cal Poly’s Boris Novachkov.
Junior 165-pounder Scott Winston takes down No. 12 P.J. Gillespie of Hofstra in the first round of the NCAA?Tournament. Winston lost, 3-2, and fell in his next matchup to exit the tournament.
Scott Winston is done losing sleep over last year’s NCAA Championships, but that does not make the cinder block wall he sat and stared at any less clear in his memory.
The junior 165-pounder already knows if he gets into any tough spots next week at the national tournament in St. Louis, the image will be fresh in his mind.
As the boos in Jadwin Gymnasium rained down on Scott Winston yesterday, Rutgers head wrestling coach Scott Goodale grabbed the 165-pounder he coached for the past eight years by the head. “Two minutes,” Goodale told Winston, entering the third period of the EIWA title bout against Lehigh’s Brandon Hatchett. “It’s about you right now. Get a takedown and win the match.”
Senior 141-pounder Billy Ashnault fights for position en route to a 3-2 decision against Penn?All-American Zack Kemmerer.
Junior 165-pounder Scott Winston picks himself up after dropping a 4-2 overtime decision to?Lehigh’s Brandon?Hatchett in the 165-pound championship bout.
The individual portion of the season that the Rutgers wrestling team stressed all year long begins Saturday, and it finally has a team goal to go with it. After toiling through four months of a dual-meet season that was little more than a formality, the postseason starts with the EIWA Tournament at Princeton, where 10 conference titles and 46 NCAA Championship bids will be awarded.
Head coach Scott Goodale the Knights’ goal this weekend is to finish in the top three at the EIWA?Tournament at Princeton.
Junior 149-pounder Mario Mason ties up Drexel’s Shane Fenningham on Feb. 16.
Junior 165-pounder Scott Winston handles Harvard’s Ian Roy on Jan. 6 en route to a pin at the College Avenue Gym. Winston is a likely No. 2 seed, while teammates Mario Mason, a junior 149-pounder, and junior 174-pounder will likely earn top seeds at EIWA’s.
Scott Winston was 12 years old when he first started thinking about the postseason. The sixth grader from Jackson, N.J., sat down and wrote out a list of goals. First, high school, where he went 137-0 with three state titles in his career. Then, college, where he has an EIWA title, but still plenty more he wants to accomplish. “I definitely feel a little bit of heat,” the junior 165-pounder said.
Junior 165-pounder Scott Winston sizes up a Harvard opponent Jan. 6.
Junior Scott Winston, top, controls Harvard’s Ian Roy on Jan. 6. Winston wants more than an EIWA?title this weekend.
Joey Langel consistently sparked the Rutgers wrestling team’s
lineup for the past two seasons, when he made the 125-pound spot in
the lineup his own. He wrestled up a weight class again Thursday
night against Drexel at the College Avenue Gym, but the result was
no different as he picked up the first points for the Scarlet
Knights en route to a 24-9 dual-meet victory to end the season.