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Eighth-seeded sophomore Scott Winston fell short of All-American
status at the NCAA'Championships with his second loss of the season
to Lehigh's Brandon'Hatchett. The wrestleback bout went to a
tiebreaker, where Hatchett outrode Winston for a 3-2 win.
Fourth-seeded senior heavyweight DJ'Russo lost to a pair of
unranked wrestlers who became All-Americans in Philadelphia, with a
first-round loss to'Arizona State's Levi Jones and an overtime
wrestleback bout with Indiana's Ricarda Alcala.
Joe Langel, above, won his first-round bout with a 6-2 decision
over Michael Martinez of Wyoming. Arizona State's Anthony Robles
won the same 125-pound weight class despite having only one
PHILADELPHIA — Although seven Rutgers wrestlers advanced to the
second day of the NCAA Championships, things fell apart quickly
Friday at the Wells Fargo Center.
PHILADELPHIA — It was meant to be an exclamation point on a
banner year, but instead the Rutgers wrestling team's season ended
at the NCAA Championships with one major question mark.
Rutgers head wrestling coach'Scott Goodale led his team to a
71-20-1 dual meet record in his first four seasons since leaving
Jackson'Memorial High School.
Standing in a gymnasium in College Park, Md., Scott Goodale
looked at the scoreboard and sighed. It told him his Rutgers
wrestling team was on the losing end of a 34-9 score and his
Scarlet Knights were 0-3 in his first year as their head coach.
Senior 174-pounder Alex Caruso earned a third-place finish
yesterday at the'EIWA'Championships after former Lehigh
teammate'Austin'Meys withdrew from their match with a medical
Sophomore 165-pounder Scott Winston earned the Knights' their
first individual EIWA'champion in 10 years yesterday, when he
defeated Columbia's Eren'Civan in the finals.
LEWISBURG, Pa. — It may not have been against the opponent he
planned for, but Scott Winston is not complaining. The sophomore
became the first EIWA Champion for Rutgers wrestling in 10 years
yesterday on the campus of Bucknell by defeating Columbia's Eren
Civan, 3-2, in overtime.
Sophomore 133-pounder Matt Fusco, bottom, looks to earn an
automatic NCAA Tournament bid with a strong weekend.
When the Rutgers wrestling team heads to Lewisburg, Pa., this
weekend for the EIWA Tournament, the outlook will be different than
in years' past. No. 1 Cornell plans to bring home its fifth
consecutive conference title, but a handful of programs are in
position to dethrone the Big Red.
A redshirt year in wrestling is unlike one in any other sport.
Often times, it is used in college sports solely for medical
purposes or to help a freshman take a backseat and learn the ropes
before being relied on to contribute to the team.
Sophomore 125-pounder Joe Langel finished the dual meet season
with an 11-4 record after Sunday's 9-1 major decision over Drexel's
Michael Gomez. Langel split time early in the season at 125 pounds
with classmate Matt Fusco, but started at the weight class in every
match after upsetting Virginia Tech's 13th-ranked Jarrod
The Rutgers wrestling team finished off the dual match portion
of its schedule on Sunday, when the team traveled to Philadelphia
for a tussle with Drexel.
Sophomore 125-pounder Joe Langel took the Knights' opening bout
over Lehigh's Mitch Berger last night at the RAC.
Matt Fusco wrestles his former high school teammate.
Sophomore Scott Wintson, ranked No. 5 nationally in the
165-pound brackett, lost his second dual-match bout this season
after falling to No. 19 Brandon Hatchett of Lehigh last night at
the Louis Brown Athletic Center. The Knights then dropepd the
match's final four bouts, failing to earn the program's first
victory over the Mountain Hawks in over half a century.
When Matt Fusco approached Scott Goodale two days before the
Rutgers wrestling team's match against Lehigh, it confirmed what
the head coach already knew.