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The Rutgers wrestling team's start to its 2019-20 Big Ten dual season couldn't have gone any better than what 5,405 fans saw on display at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC). The Scarlet Knights (6-0, 1-0) captured seven individual wins en route to a 28-11 win over Maryland on Saturday night.
On Saturday, the Rutgers wrestling team hit the road for the third consecutive weekend. This time, the Scarlet Knights (5-0) stayed on the East Coast and visited Annapolis, Maryland, for the Navy Classic.
After sending some of its student-athletes down Route 1 South for the Princeton Open two weekends ago, the Rutgers wrestling team embarked on a two-day trip to California to take on Fresno State and California State Bakersfield.
The Rutgers wrestling team started its season with three wins in its home quad meet over Centenary, LIU and Pitt-Johnstown.
The Rutgers men's basketball and wrestling teams will feature the Big Ten Super Saturday slate at Madison Square Garden (MSG) on Feb. 1, 2020. The Scarlet Knights will get accustomed to playing and wrestling at the Garden, dubbed The Mecca of Basketball, for the next two years.
While nine members of the Rutgers wrestling team took to the mat for the first time in a scarlet singlet, seven embarked on a short drive down Route 1 South for the Princeton Open on Sunday.
Nine freshmen made their debuts in a Scarlet singlet, eight of whom captured their first wins on the Banks as the Rutgers wrestling team opened its 2019-20 campaign with three non-conference wins in front of its home fans at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC).
The Rutgers wrestling team opens its 2019-2020 season at the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) for the annual RU Quad, as three non-conference foes — Centenary, LIU and Pitt-Johnstown — will visit Piscataway on Saturday with the first match scheduled for 10 a.m.
When the Rutgers wrestling team welcomes Centenary, LIU and Pitt-Johnstown to the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) for a quad meet, it will mark the Scarlet Knights' sixth season in the Big Ten.
This upcoming season for the Rutgers wrestling team will include a mixture of excitement and high expectations.
Head coach Scott Goodale has signed a contract until 2023-24, further ensuring his position at the helm of the Rutgers wrestling team.
After becoming the second Rutgers wrestler to win the NCAA Championships in his weight class just four weeks earlier, graduate student 149-pounder Anthony Ashnault earned a gold medal for Team USA in the 70-kilogram (approximately 154 pounds in the weight class) match at the Pan American Championships.
Graduate student 149-pounder Anthony Ashnault did things his way.
Anthony Ashnault and Nick Suriano are the most recent champions to ring the bell perched above Old Queens, here is a reflection of the top 5 victories that deserved a ring of the sacred bell in Rutgers history.
No longer can anyone say it’s not possible to win a national championship in the Rutgers wrestling room. No longer can anyone say head coach Scott Goodale is nothing more than a high school coach.
For the first time in history, the Rutgers wrestling team has its national champions. At the 2019 NCAA Championships in Pittsburgh, junior 133-pounder Nick Suriano made a run through a gauntlet of familiar opponents en route to becoming the Scarlet Knights’ first NCAA champion and he won it all as the underdog with unfinished business against two former opponents.
Last weekend in Minneapolis, all ten starters of the Rutgers wrestling team competed in the Big Ten Championships with a chance to keep their season alive by qualifying for the NCAA Tournament in Pittsburgh from March 21-23.
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.