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Freshman Mike Wagner, top, took a strong hold on the vacant
197-pound spot in the starting lineup after a convincing
performance in the Knights' first two matches last Sunday against
Sacred Heart and'East Stroudsburg, winning by a combined score of
It is not snowing outside. There is no snow accumulating on the
ground nor in the air nor anywhere on College Avenue. So anyone who
ran cross-campus to update your Facebook status to say, "Really
snow? Are you serious?" my rebuttal to you is: Calm down.
Quarterback Chas Dodd won each of his first two starts behind
fourth-quarter comebacks but lost to Pittsburgh and South Florida
as pressure continues to mount on the freshman.
Sophomore Joseph Langel, red, won his season-opening match
against East Stroudsburg's Chris Carpenter with a pin in 3
Forget about the team result, the Rutgers wrestling team was not
about to let anybody not wearing a scarlet singlet win a single
Sophomore transfer Mario Mason earned two victories in his first
action as a Scarlet Knight, pinning Sacred Heart's Tim Rich in
After just being cleared to wrestle following knee surgery,
junior Trevor Melde, left, rebounded by posting Rutgers' quickest
pin of the day, taking down his Sacred Heart opponent in 1
The body of work DJ Russo put together last season can be deemed
by most as a successful crusade: champion of the Oklahoma Gold
Tournament, runner-up at the EIWA Tournament, a top-10 ranking and
his second-straight team MVP honor to boot.
In order to instill an attitude of greatness, sometimes you have
to think outside the box.
Sophomore Scott Winston:
After a freshman campaign in 2008-09 where Scott Winston
finished the season ranked 12th in his weight class and won a match
at the national tournament, the question was not if he could be an
All-American, but how quickly.
Fourth-year head wrestling coach Scott Goodale and his staff
made a concentrated effort to bring former New Jersey high school
wrestling standouts back to the Garden'State.
In front of a near-capacity crowd at the College Avenue
Gymnasium, the Rutgers wrestling team kicked off its 2010-11 season
with its annual Wrestle-Offs.
Senior heavyweight DJ'Russo, top, took down fellow senior
Sean'DeDeyn, 7-0, in the Knights' annual Wrestle-Offs, which kicks
off a campaign in which Russo will look to reach All-American
When the Rutgers wrestling team hits the mat at the College
Avenue Gym tonight for its annual Wrestle-Offs, it will be a much
different lineup than the squad sent out last season.
In his first three seasons on the Banks, head coach Scott
Goodale posted a 50-19-1 record and sent 12 wrestlers to the
NCAA'Championships, including seven last season.