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With the Big Ten and NCAA Championships on the horizon, the Rutgers wrestling team will wrestle its sixth ranked opponent in its last five weekends, when it goes head to head with No. 18 Wisconsin tonight in Madison. All five teams the No. 21 Scarlet Knights have faced during that span are in the Big Ten, as are the Badgers.
It was supposed to be a great night for the Rutgers wrestling team as friends and family poured into the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) one final time this season to honor the seniors who were leaving behind their legacies for the program.
After a week of rest, the Rutgers wrestling team is ready to get back in action as it takes on Minnesota at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) one final time this season on Friday at 7 p.m.
It’s pretty apparent to anyone watching a Rutgers women’s basketball game that if there’s one player who stands out, it’s fifth-year senior guard Tyler Scaife, and national organizations have started to take notice as well.
Rutgers was well represented at Super Bowl 52 on Sunday as Devin McCourty, Duron Harmon and Kenny Britt of the New England Patriots all once donned the scarlet and white. Although the Patriots lost in a thrilling match, 41-33, the once Scarlet Knights did make an impact on the field.
The weekend started out promising for the Rutgers wrestling team, beating Northwestern handily in Evanston, but things took a turn for the worse during the matchup against Illinois in Champaign.
The Rutgers wrestling team would be the first to tell you that it has not lived up to its potential this season.
The final score may not look like it, but the Rutgers wrestling team took it to Penn State at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) on Sunday.
Few teams have had a tougher start to its season than the Rutgers wrestling team. The No. 18 Scarlet Knights (5-4, 1-3) have already faced five ranked opponents including Big Ten foes No. 2 Ohio State, No. 4 Iowa and No. 16 Nebraska. This Sunday, Rutgers will add another ranked conference rival to that list — No. 1 Penn State (9-0, 5-0).
A strong start to the weekend ended with disappointment for the Rutgers wrestling team, as it couldn’t hang on for the weekend sweep, falling to Nebraska on Sunday after demolishing Hofstra on Friday.
After a three-game slide against some top competition, the Rutgers wrestling team will not be jumping for joy anytime soon, even after its win over North Carolina on Friday night at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC). Still, it was nice to see the No. 17 Scarlet Knights (4-3, 1-2) get off the Schneider and back in the win column.
Two or three years ago, the Rutgers wrestling team probably would have been content finishing with 15 points against Iowa. After a 27-9 defeat in 2014-15 against the then-No. 1 Hawkeyes and a 29-6 drubbing the following year against then-No. 2 Iowa, 15 points sounds pretty good.
Coming into the season, the Rutgers wrestling team had five ranked wrestlers — sophomore 125-pounder Nick Suriano, fifth-year senior 133-pounder Scott DelVecchio, fifth-year senior 157-pounder Richie Lewis, redshirt junior 174-pounder Jordan Pagano and fifth-year senior 184-pounder Nick Gravina.
If the Rutgers wrestling team has hopes of being in the top-5 by season’s end, matches like the one on Friday cannot happen again.
Head coach Chris Ash signed an updated contract that will keep him in Piscataway for five more years through 2022, according to NJ Advance Media. The contract extends the five-year, $11 million deal agreed upon back in December 2015.
Four games into the 2017-2018 season and the Rutgers basketball team is 4-0 after another convincing win — this time over Coppin State.
With no dual meet on the line or team title at stake this weekend, the Rutgers wrestling team is gearing up to head to West Point, New York to partake in the Army Invitational starting Sunday at 9:30 a.m.
It’s now win or go home for the Rutgers women’s soccer team — quite literally — as the team heads to Morgantown, West Virginia to take on the second-seeded Mountaineers Friday at 7 p.m. for a second-round matchup in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Tournament.
Just like the weather that night, the Rutgers women’s soccer team started off cold in its eventual 3-1 victory against La Salle in the first round of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Tournament.
The Rutgers women’s soccer team has new life as it gets ready to host the first round of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Tournament this weekend with a 5 p.m. Saturday match at Yurcak Field.