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After a three-game slide against some top competition, the Rutgers wrestling team will not be jumping for joy anytime soon, even after its win over North Carolina on Friday night at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC). Still, it was nice to see the No. 17 Scarlet Knights (4-3, 1-2) get off the Schneider and back in the win column.
After hopes of breaking its way into the top-10 rankings this season, the No. 16 Rutgers wrestling team now must fight to just stay ranked at this point in the season after two consecutive losses.
Two or three years ago, the Rutgers wrestling team probably would have been content finishing with 15 points against Iowa. After a 27-9 defeat in 2014-15 against the then-No. 1 Hawkeyes and a 29-6 drubbing the following year against then-No. 2 Iowa, 15 points sounds pretty good.
After a shocking defeat to unranked Lock Haven last weekend, the Rutgers wrestling team has fallen five spots in the NCAA Division I rankings.
Coming into the season, the Rutgers wrestling team had five ranked wrestlers — sophomore 125-pounder Nick Suriano, fifth-year senior 133-pounder Scott DelVecchio, fifth-year senior 157-pounder Richie Lewis, redshirt junior 174-pounder Jordan Pagano and fifth-year senior 184-pounder Nick Gravina.
If the Rutgers wrestling team has hopes of being in the top-5 by season’s end, matches like the one on Friday cannot happen again.
As the fall semester winds down, a few things are clear — it is finally starting to get cold, final exams are coming up and the Rutgers wrestling team is as good as ever and still undefeated.
Another weekend has gone by and another successful weekend has been completed for the Rutgers wrestling team, who left the Black Knight Invitational on Sunday afternoon with a slew of great finishes.
With no dual meet on the line or team title at stake this weekend, the Rutgers wrestling team is gearing up to head to West Point, New York to partake in the Army Invitational starting Sunday at 9:30 a.m.
Over the last five years, Rutgers University has seen many things change, but there has been one specific thing that’s been a constant, the will and power of the wrestling team's 184-pounder Nicholas Gravina.
The Rutgers wrestling team started off the season with quite the statement, as it has its eyes on crossing into the top-10 rankings as soon as possible. The No. 12 Scarlet Knights (3-0, 1-0) showcased that thirst on Saturday, as they defeated two teams on the same day.
After a breakout season last year for the Rutgers wrestling team, junior 165-pounder John Van Brill is ready to prove it was not a fluke.
The Rutgers wrestling team got off to a hot start as it rolled through Maryland, taking the Terrapins down by a score of 27-9 on Saturday at High Point Solutions Stadium.
For fifth-year senior Scott DelVecchio, this is it — his last year on the Rutgers wrestling team. So it makes sense he wants to make the most of it.
The move from Penn State to Rutgers is never an easy one. The Scarlet Knights do not like the Nittany Lions and vice versa. It is that simple. But that is the move sophomore Nick Suriano is making this year for the Rutgers wrestling team.
The Rutgers wrestling team will kick off its 2017 campaign this Saturday afternoon, the first matchup of a doubleheader with the football team.
Welcome to the third edition of the Rutgers Roundup, a weekly segment in which we reflect on what happened surrounding Scarlet Knights athletics over the past seven days before acknowledging top performances during the span with our Targum awards.
It seemed a season of familiarity.
As with any major event for head coach Scott Goodale and his Rutgers wrestling team, it was all about health.
Welcome to the Rutgers Roundup, a weekly segment in which we reflect on what happened surrounding Scarlet Knights athletics over the past seven days before acknowledging top performances during the span with our Targum awards.