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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 status.
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.
From a curious spectator in seventh grade to one of the sports' premier names, Ultimate Fighting Championship lightweight champion Frankie Edgar cites hard work and dedication as the reasons for his success and what he preaches here on the Banks.
From the top of the lineup to the bottom, and from the beginning of the year to the end, this season was truly memorable for the Rutgers wrestling team.
In his first year of full-time collegiate competition, redshirt freshman Joe Langel, right, finished second on the team in victories (31) and earned a bid to the NCAA'Championships.
The season came to a close for the final seven members of the Rutgers wrestling team this weekend at the 80th NCAA Championships in Omaha, Neb. And although the Scarlet Knights sent the most wrestlers to nationals since 1960, their quest to bring home an All-American fell short.
Redshirt freshmen Dan'Rinaldi, top, and Joe Langel got a taste of the national spotlight this weekend when they joined five other Knights at the NCAA'Championships in Omaha, Neb. Both grapplers advanced to the second day of wrestling.
BETHLEHEM, Pa. — Three members of the Rutgers wrestling team punched their tickets to the NCAA Tournament in an action-packed second day of the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association Championships.
In the sport of wrestling, momentum has the ability to carry an athlete all the way to the NCAA Wrestling Championships.
Junior heavyweight D.J.'Russo, right, finished fourth in the EIWA'Tournament last season and enters this weekend's tournament prepared for tight matches with Lehigh's Zach Rey and Navy's Scott Steele.
The Rutgers wrestling season is not over, but the wandering eye can't help but gaze into the future to see what the next season holds. With nine of the 10 starters returning, here is a starting lineup of 10 reasons why the Scarlet Knights will be even better come November.
Junior Daryl Cocozzo, left, and fellow transfer Billy Ashnault head into next season poised to have a bigger impact in the year head coach'Scott Goodale targeted as the breakout year for RU'wrestling.
BETHLEHEM, Pa. — All good things must come to an end.