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PRINCETON — It's the closest thing to a homecoming they get in 2009.
Junior transfer Bill Ashnault is 8-2 in his first season wrestling for the Scarlet Knights, including a major upset over Bucknell's David Marble, the 13th-ranked competitor in the weight class.
The Rutgers wrestling team entered the 2009-10 season in the shadows of an impressive 20-6 finish last year and on the cusp of breaking into the national rankings.
In the second match of a young season, the Rutgers wrestling team had a golden opportunity to upset one of the premier wrestling squads in the nation, No. 17 Penn State.
Sophomore Dominick Russo, top, won the heavyweight bracket at the Oklahoma Gold Tournament by pinning Edinboro's Chris Birchler in the final. Russo earned four pins along the way as the Scarlet Knights finished sixth overall with 120.5 points.
The Rutgers wrestling team went into Saturday's Brockport Gold Tournament wanting to prove that the Scarlet Knights could compete against some of the best in the nation.
After a successful beginning to the dual meet season — a 43-0 thrashing of Sacred Heart — the attention of the Rutgers wrestling team shifts to its first tournament of the season, the Brockport Gold Tournament Saturday at SUNY Brockport.
Head coach Scott Goodale intended to redshirt Trevor Melde, top, as a freshman last season, but lifted the clause. Melde responded by posting a 22-7 individual record.
Sophomore 141 lbs. Trevor Melde, left, kicked off his campaign by taking a 6-3 decision over Sacred Heart's Cory Dunn. The two are set to face off again Nov. 22 at the Sprawl Brawl.
Trevor Melde's first year on the Rutgers wrestling team was meant to be a no-pressure situation.
Coming off a strong freshman campaign, Trevor Melde, top, bested Pioneer senior Corey'Dunn yesterday in a 6-3 decision.
Talk about a nice start.
Fifth-year senior Lamar Brown, top, leads the Rutgers wrestling team into its season opener Sunday at Sacred Heart. Brown returns to the mat after redshirting last season.
The 2009-10 season for the Rutgers wrestling team begins Sunday when it travels to Fairfield, Conn., for a dual meet with Sacred Heart.
Ffith-year senior Lamar Brown, top, is the 19th-ranked wrestler in the 197-pound weight class and is rated third in the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association.
After redshirting his senior year, 197 lbs. Lamar Brown, left, returns to the mat intending to go back to the NCAA'Tournament. Brown won the starting spot in his weight class during Monday's Wrestle-Offs.
Poised to make a return to the NCAA Tournament, fifth-year senior Lamar Brown wants to fulfill his dream of reaching the podium to put Rutgers wrestling in the national spotlight.
Junior Bill Ashnault, right, defeated redshirt freshman Joseph Langel via pin 2