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With the dual meet portion of their schedule behind them, the Rutgers wrestling team currently stands at 9-1 as it prepares to begin Big Ten Conference competition. The Scarlet Knights used four victories against top-25 opponents to climb eight spots above their preseason position in the USA Today/NWCA Coaches rankings, going from No. 18 to No. 10 in the country.
NEW YORK, N.Y. — Last season, the Rutgers wrestling team found that competing in the Big Ten Conference was nothing like its previous conference experiences.
In what seems to have become a common trend for the Rutgers women’s basketball team, the offense appeared as if it was stuck in the mud to open Sunday's game against Temple.
Last week, the Rutgers wrestling team rose to No. 15 in the USA Today/NWCA Coaches Poll to tie its highest placement in the rankings in four seasons.
The Rutgers wrestling team puts a lot of stock into its offseason training, viewing it as a valuable opportunity to improve from the end of one season to the start of the next.
Entering the season, the Rutgers wrestling team had lost just one grappler from the previous year’s starting lineup. But even though graduating senior Anthony Visicaro was the Scarlet Knights’ only non-returning starter, there was a fair amount of change to the starting lineup.
The No. 17 Rutgers wrestling team entered the Journeymen/Asics Northeast Duals on Sunday with a chance to make an early-season statement.
The Rutgers wrestling team has been looking forward to this Sunday’s meet for a long time.
In the latter stages of his high school career, Richie Lewis didn’t have an exact college in mind for where he planned on continuing to wrestle at the next.
Entering the season, Rutgers head wrestling coach Scott Goodale harped on the importance of having depth in each weight class.
It's hard not to look back at the finish of Anthony Ashnault’s redshirt-freshman season for the Rutgers wrestling team and ask one question.
"Starting off the season strong" — a phrase that offers a message that would otherwise seem to be implied, yet it is constantly thrown around by teams as they embark on a new season.
Head coach Scott Goodale started his press conference at the Rutgers wrestling team’s media day by offering up an example of how the change in the event's location is an accurate reflection of the program's recent growth.
The worst moment of an athlete’s collegiate career is the first second when it's over.
Sometimes the final results don’t tell the whole story.
In 2014, the Rutgers men’s cross country team underwent a youth movement with freshmen making up half of its active. With an inexperienced team, the Scarlet Knights were unable to crack the top three in any of their races.