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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.
Head coach Scott Goodale is impressed with the improvement of his team in its first year in Big Ten Conference competition. Goodale has four ranked grapplers on his squad.
Sophomore 133-pounder Scott DelVecchio earned a buzzer-beating takedown to collect the 10-1 major decision.The major gave Rutgers a 19-15 lead going into the last two bouts against No. 25 Northwestern.
It started off as strangely as possible for the Rutgers wrestling team when it traveled from Wisconsin to Chicago for its dual meet on Sunday against Northwestern.
It’s been 14 years since Rutgers wrestling associate head coach Donny Pritzlaff ended his own wrestling career at the University of Wisconsin — on top of the podium at the National Championships.
Associate head coach Donny Pritzlaff returns to No. 18 Wisconsin, the school where he wrestled for four All-American seasons and two NCAA championships.
“Two!” the Rutgers wrestling team’s fans repeatedly scream, trying to persuade the referee to award points on a reversal.
Sophomore 133-pounder Scott DelVecchio (left) has been a fan favorite since he began wrestling at an early age, continuing throughout high school and into college. DelVecchio said the raucous New Jersey wrestling crowds motivate him to get through the grind of the wrestling season.
When junior 157-pounder Anthony Perrotti aggravated a lower body injury in early January during a dual-meet against then-No. 13 Illinois, it was a first for the Roseland, New Jersey, native.
Sophomore 133-pounder Scott DelVecchio collected a 7-1 decision against top-ten ranked Johnni DiJulius.
Twenty-two hours after a come-from-behind 20-15 victory against Navy on Saturday, the No. 22 Rutgers wrestling team was then tasked with having to face No. 4 Ohio State on Super Bowl Sunday.
Junior 157-pounder Anthony Perrotti said he is licking his chops at the opportunity to play Navy, as opposed to superior competitors in the Big Ten Conference.
For football fans, Super Bowl weekend is one of the most anticipated and exciting parts of the football season.
Sophomore Phil Bakuckas has mounted a 16-8 overall record this year but has suffered losses to ranked competition including five of the top six, with two other losses coming to opponents in the top-15.
Everyone knew that coming to the Big Ten Conference was going to be an upgrade from the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association — the Rutgers wrestling team’s old division that it grappled in for 65 years.
Against the likes of Iowa, Minnesota and Penn State, there was one constant for the Rutgers wrestling team in its losses: The top portion of the dual-meet lineup has been the most productive.
Junior 157-pounder Anthony Perrotti said he feels good and may return to the starting lineup on Sunday against No. 13 Nebraska after missing three weeks.
Coming off of its first Big Ten dual-competition victory, the Rutgers wrestling team’s task becomes a little bit harder.
Senior 165-pounder Nick Visicaro returns to RU’s starting lineup after time away.
All had appeared lost for fifth-year senior 165-pounder Nick Visicaro at the outset of the 2014-2015 Rutgers wrestling season.