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Sunday, March 10 will go down as a revered day in the 89-year history of Rutgers wrestling. At the 2019 Big Ten Championships in Minnesota, two Scarlet Knights made claim to their spots in the pantheon of college wrestling as the first pair of Rutgers wrestlers to each finish as conference champions in program history.
This weekend, the Rutgers wrestling team will travel to Minneapolis, Minnesota to compete in the 2019 Big Ten Championships. All 10 wrestlers will compete for the No. 18 Scarlet Knights (12-6, 5-4) each looking to punch their ticket to the national tournament in Pittsburgh, which is in two weeks.
This weekend will be a test for many members of the Rutgers wrestling team. The Big Ten Tournament takes place at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis.
The Rutgers wrestling team's dual meet season is complete. The No. 18 Scarlet Knights finished 12-6 overall and an impressive 5-4 record in the Big Ten.
Under head coach Scott Goodale, the Rutgers wrestling team had secured 12 straight winning seasons and bolstered five All-Americans since he took over the helm in 2007.
It's on to the postseason for the Rutgers wrestling team. After a 25-12 victory over Maryland down in College Park, the No. 18 Scarlet Knights (12-6, 5-4) finished the regular season with a winning record in Big Ten duals, good enough for seventh place in this year’s Big Ten standings.
For any Rutgers wrestling team fan, Super Bowl Sunday this year was a memorable day. In-state rival No. 20 Princeton was at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) to take on the No. 18 Scarlet Knights (11-6, 4-4)
On Friday, the Rutgers wrestling team will cap off its dual meet season with a trip to College Park, Maryland to take on Maryland.
When it’s all said and done, No. 1 graduate student 149-pounder Anthony Ashnault will be the most decorated wrestler in Rutgers wrestling team's history.
The Rutgers wrestling team saw its three dual winning streak snapped at home yesterday by Michigan, 28-7. The 5,364 in attendance bid farewell to graduate students No. 1 149-pounder Anthony Ashnault, No. 14 157-pounder John Van Brill, 184-pounder Nicholas Gravina and heavyweight Ralph Normandia.
With just two dual meets left, the Rutgers wrestling team will face possibly its toughest challenge of the season when it hosts No. 4 Michigan at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) on Sunday afternoon.
With just two matches remaining before closing out its dual meet season, the Rutgers wrestling team is beginning to gear up for the postseason.
Fresh off a narrow 1-point win over in-state rival then No. 20 Princeton, the Rutgers wrestling team added two wins on the road in the Midwest, capturing at least 20 points against Indiana and No. 20 Purdue.
With March rapidly approaching, the Rutgers wrestling team found its most productive road trip of the season this past weekend, extending its win streak to three with victories over Indiana and No. 20 Purdue.
The Rutgers wrestling team will be taking a trip to the Midwest this weekend for two of its last three road meets of the regular season. Fresh off a thriller over Garden State rival Princeton, the No. 18 Scarlet Knights (9-5, 2-3) will be returning to Big Ten action with meets against Indiana on Friday night and No. 19 Purdue on Sunday afternoon.
Of course, all eyes around the collegiate wrestling sphere were focused on one bout in particular in the showdown of New Jersey college wrestling. The 149-pound weight class match of then-No. 1 Matthew Kolodzik against the then-No. 2 Ashnault.
After the Rutgers wrestling team only secured two individual match victories in a 22-point loss to No. 9 Nebraska last Friday evening, head coach Scott Goodale gathered his team in the locker room and did something he admitted he rarely does: address the wrestlers as a unit.
A year removed from missing an entire season to injury, No. 2 graduate student 149-pounder Anthony Ashnault is closing his sixth and final season undefeated through 19 matches. The consensus No. 2 wrestler in the country tallied what he said is one of his best career wins against Princeton’s Matthew Kolodzik, the consensus No. 1 wrestler in the country.
After snapping its two-match losing streak against Michigan State last Friday, the Rutgers wrestling team will end its short homestand this weekend as it welcomes Nebraska and Princeton to the Rutgers Athletics Center (RAC).
No. 4 junior 133-pounder Nick Suriano had never lost back-to-back matches in his college career before he lost when the Rutgers wrestling team fell in Iowa on Jan. 18. Suriano, four-time New Jersey high school state champion from Bergen Catholic, didn’t drop a bout in all 159 matches that he wrestled in.