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Rutgers' Jordan Pagano speaks on abrupt end to career

(04/08/20 4:00am)

With a ticket punched to the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships thanks to a 22-9 overall record, graduate student 197-pounder Jordan Pagano was looking forward to having a shot at a national championship. Pagano earned the No. 17 seed and was slated to go up against Rider's No. 16 seed Ethan Laird in the first round. Like last year’s NCAA champion Anthony Ashnault, Pagano wanted to finish off his final year at the top.

Rutgers' Alvarez, Janzer set to compete in NCAA Championships after weekend performances

(03/10/20 4:29am)

The Rutgers wrestling team welcomed the 13 other Big Ten teams to the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC) for the 106th edition of the conference tournament. At the conclusion of the first morning session on Saturday, the No. 25 Scarlet Knights (10-7, 4-5) did not have any wrestlers in the semifinal rounds.

Looking ahead after Rutgers' loss to Michigan

(02/05/20 4:24am)

The Rutgers sports teams were 0-2 at Madison Square Garden for the Big Ten Super Saturday event last weekend, as members of the wrestling team met the same fate on the mat as the members of the men’s basketball team did on the hardwood. The No. 23 Scarlet Knights (8-5, 3-4), now 0-5 all time against Michigan, fell to the No. 25 Wolverines (6-3, 5-1) 21-16 in New York City.