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When the Amateur Wrestling News publication announced its 2015 All-Rookie Team April 28, only one member of the Rutgers wrestling team was selected.With three newcomers to the Scarlet Knights lineup in the 2014-2015 season, the lone Rutgers wrestler that stood out was redshirt-freshman 141-pounder Anthony Ashnault.Along with the national recognition for being one of the top-30 rookies in the country, The Daily Targum named Ashnault Rookie of the Year.Ashnault started out the 2014 season as well as anyone could have expected.
ST. LOUIS – Every Rutgers wrestler’s goal entering the 2015 NCAA Tournament was to advance as far as possible in the bracket and find themselves atop the podium as an All-American.The Rutgers wrestling team had a realistic chance to accomplish those goals, too.
Redshirt-freshman 141-pounder Anthony Ashnault raises his hand after defeating Lehigh's Randy Cruz by a 3-2 decision. Ashnault clinched a spot on the podium with the win becoming head coach Scott Goodale's second All-American.
ST. LOUIS — Standing in the Morgan Street Brewery, a small pub in the historic Laclede’s Landing neighborhood of downtown St.
Anthony Ashnault clutches his left leg after injuring his hamstring in the first period against Dean Heil of Oklahoma State. He finished the bout, but the injury ended his tournament.
ST. LOUIS – Anthony Ashnault’s dream of reaching the top of the podium at 141 pounds is stillalive. But, to the dismay of the Rutgers wrestling team, his journey is the only one that still existsin the NCAA Championship bracket.After a commanding 9-2 decision Wednesda
COLUMBUS – Anthony Ashnault wanted to win the Big Ten title at 141 pounds. Anthony Perrotti also wanted to stand at the top of the podium.
Despite earning a qualification to the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships, junior 157-pounder Anthony Perrotti made it clear that he isn't satisfied with just that accomplishment.
It’s just like Christmas morning for Anthony Perrotti, only it feels different. After all, when Christmas morning is over and the toy you’ve been wanting for months becomes boring, that’s it.But what awaits the Rutgers wrestling team is no Christmas morning – it’s the Big Ten Wrestling Championships in Columbus, Ohio. And that is something that Perrotti said he has been waiting his whole life and wrestling career for.
Junior 157-pounder Anthony Perrotti says he has been waiting his entire life to compete at the Big Ten Championships.
Redshirt-freshman 141-pounder Anthony Ashnault said he's ready for the postseason, beginning with the Big Ten Championships this weekend.
Redshirt-freshman 141-pounder Anthony Ashnault ignited an eventual 28-9 win for Rutgers with a pin as the Knights went on to win five decisions in a row.
PHILADELPHIA – It wasn’t exactly what junior 157-pounder Anthony Perrotti said he expected when he was previewing the dual-meet against Drexel.
With one match left prior to the Big Ten Tournament sophomore 125-pounder Sean McCabe said the Knights are ready for anyone.
The No. 23 Rutgers wrestling team is on a hot streak and they know it.After winning 4 out of their last 7 dual meets – with a 19-18 loss against then-No.
Junior Anthony Perrotti tries to lift his opponent from his feet to score a takedown in last Saturday's match against Princeton at the College Avenue Gym.
Anthony Perrotti sensed the blood was in the water.Four-straight decisions – including two majors to start the dual – and the sharks were circling, so Perrotti went for the kill.Perrotti needed just one more takedown for a tech fall, but secured the 14-2 major and the Rutgers wrestling team was up 18-0 against Princeton, a lead they would not forfeit.
Senior 165-pounder Nick Visicaro feels like an old man these days, he admitted earlier this season.The lone senior on the Rutgers wrestling team, who turned 23 last month, will be honored Saturday when the No.
Rutgers wrestling set to honor Nick Visicaro. The 165-pounder is the lone senior on the team will be recognized against Princeton on Saturday at 'The Barn.'
When head coach Scott Goodale first arrived in New Brunswick eight years ago, he never thought it would possible that he and the Rutgers wrestling team would face four of the top five teams in the country and compete in the top conference in the nation.