He led the attack early.
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He led the attack early.
Ten is always the goal.
At the beginning of the season, junior 141-pounder Anthony Ashnault had this to say.
In almost every metric, the Rutgers wrestling team is improving.
On a day during a season always looking toward the future, six seniors on the Rutgers wrestling team said their final goodbyes to the Rutgers Athletic Center.
Monday could not have started any better for Anthony Ashnault and the Rutgers wrestling team.
After leaving the Rutgers Athletic Center and trekking to Columbus, Ohio only hours after on Sunday, the Rutgers wrestling team knew two things.
Mustering up only 11 individual match victories over two dual meets was not how head coach Scott Goodale and the rest of the Rutgers wrestling team envisioned last weekend.
Barriers — most would say — are there to be broken, but for the Rutgers wrestling team, smashing through the upper tier of Big Ten competition has always been a struggle.
For head coach Scott Goodale, the premise is simple enough: Wrestle the best guys.
A lot can change over a weekend in collegiate wrestling, and this past weekend was one for change for the Rutgers wrestling team. The old made way for the new, and the Scarlet Knights brought a lot of “new” to the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) over the weekend.
Since the inception of Big Ten play for Rutgers Athletics a few years ago, the Rutgers wrestling team has served as a beacon of hope and light among an otherwise dim setting.
Down 7-0, John Van Brill reverses, then mounts. In a swift few seconds, the whistle blows and he rises. Intermission rings, Van Brill raises his arms to the sky, levels with the crowd and the Louis Brown Athletic Center is in his hands.
Rutgers may be a wrestling school, but Penn State can do them one better. Or twenty.
It was the home opener, Alumni Night and the Razohnn Gross show all in one night, as the No. 11 Rutgers wrestling team defeated No. 12 Illinois, 19-17, on the back of junior Razohnn Gross’ clinching decision at the final whistle.
Wrestling is as much a team sport as any other.
The last time the Rutgers wrestling team prepared for a dual meet was three weeks ago when the Scarlet Knights geared up for a historic Battle at the Birthplace against Princeton three weeks ago.
Due to injuries along with untimely and unsightly losses, competitors on the Rutgers wrestling team have fallen in national rankings and a few have even dropped off the list entirely.
On a day where head coach Scott Goodale was hoping to set his starting lineup into stone, the Rutgers wrestling team gave him plenty to work with.
Rebounding is not just restricted to basketball. In every sport, teams have to bounce back from adversity in order to prosper, and the same goes for the Rutgers wrestling team.