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Freshman 149-pounder Anthony Perrotti wrestles Hofstra’s Justin
Accordino on Friday at the College Avenue Gym, where the Scarlet
Knights lost, 26-10. Perrotti needed 10 seconds of riding time in
the waning moments yesterday against West Virginia’s Brutus
Scheffel, but Perrotti lost in overtime.
Billy Ashnault has never been through it. The fifth-year senior
141-pounder saw his fair share of injuries, but never to the
extreme the Rutgers wrestling team currently endures.
Junior 165-pounder Scott Winston will face off with P.J.
Gillespie today at the College Avenue Gym, where Rutgers hosts
Hofstra. Gillespie, ranked 19th, attained All-American status last
It is a matter of frustration for Rutgers head wrestling coach
Sophomore 125-pounder Vincent Dellefave sizes up Navy’s Aaron
Kalil on?Sunday at the Louis?Brown Athletic Center, where Dellefave
wrestled at 133 pounds to fill a void in the lineup. Dellefave
lost, 4-2, but took positives out of the tightly contested
Junior 125-pounder Joey Langel rides Navy’s Tyler Sackett before
suffering a 5-1 loss to start Rutgers’ dual meet.
The wrestler that head coach Scott Goodale consistently calls
the Rutgers wrestling team’s spark already lost. The spark’s
competition at 125 pounds was about to do the same, but for
Goodale, it did not matter Sunday against Navy.
Freshman 149-pounder Anthony Perrotti flips Navy’s Peyton?Walsh
to pick up the fastest pin of the season for a Rutgers wrestler
with a 13-second fall.
Junior 174-pounder Greg Zannetti pushes Navy’s James Mannier to
the mat after recording one of his seven takedowns in a 16-6 major
decision.?Zannetti picked up his team-best 20th win.
Five minutes passed after the final whistle before the Rutgers
wrestling team knew the result of its match Sunday against Navy.
With a tied score after 10 bouts, official scorers had to add total
match points to determine the victor.
Senior 141-pounder Billy Ashnault wrestles Zack?Tannenbaum of
Brown in a bout that started his seven-match win streak.
Junior 165-pounder Scott Winston wrestles Harvard’s Ian Roy in a
Jan. 6 dual meet, which was the last time Winston wrestled. He will
not get a rematch with Lehigh’s 12th-ranked Brandon?Hatchett, who
has a broken collarbone, tonight in Bethlehem, Pa.
Dan Rinaldi earns a 17-4 major decision against Marcos Aranda of
Brown to bolster his unbeaten dual-meet record.
It does not matter to Scott Winston that his 165-pound
counterpart from Lehigh will be absent today with a broken
collarbone. It does not matter that the marquee rematch of last
year’s All-American-deciding and dual-meet-momentum-shifting
meetings will have to wait until at least the EIWA
Sophomore 184-pounder Dan?Seidenberg wrestles Brown’s Ophir
Bernstein in a Jan. 6 dual meet.?Seidenberg lost a 2-1 decision but
won each of his seven matches since.
Dan Seidenberg says it took him some time to readjust to
wrestling every weekend. Workout partner Scott Winston believes it
took Seidenberg some time to figure out what works at the college
Senior 141-pounder Billy Ashnault wrestles Brown’s Zack
Tannenbaum in a Jan. 6 dual meet at the College Avenue Gym.
Ashnault won by a 15-2 major decision, then pinned Harvard’s
Patrick Hogan later that night to start a seven-match winning
As much as head wrestling coach Scott Goodale wants to win every
dual meet, he recognizes this year’s squad is not exactly built for
that type of competition.
Junior 165-pounder Scott Winston, top, scored a takedown on
Rider’s James Brundage with 7.7 seconds left in the third period,
giving the Jackson Memorial High School product two points and
major decision. The Scarlet Knights won the next three bouts.
Junior 149-pounder Mario Mason won both of his bouts at
Princeton and Rider on Saturday in the Knights’ two victories.
Mason earned a tech fall against Princeton and a major decision at