Anthony Ashnault and Nick Suriano were originally New Jersey's first four-time high school champions before arriving on the Banks. Now, both are the program's first national champions.
The Knights ready for the Big Ten Championships, the road before the NCAA Championships.
Aside from Anthony Ashnault and Nick Suriano, five other Knights are pre seeded for the Big Ten Tournament.
The Knights close out the 2018-19 season in College Park, Maryland against the Terrapins, who only has one ranked wrestler in their starting lineup.
Anthony Ashnault has already put together a storied six year career on the Banks and can finish his last year in the March postseason tournaments.
With March coming up, the Knights' wrestlers will wrap up the dual meet season in the next coming weeks.
In front of a packed RAC crowd, Ashnault earned a 10-2 major decision against the Tigers' Matthew Kolodzik, sending the 149-pounder to the top of the rankings.
Nick Suriano's technical fall win over the Spartans' Logan Griffin last weekend proves he is still force in the Knights' lineup.
While two Knights earned individual weight class titles last weekend, the team finished ninth overall in the standings at the Las Vegas, Nev. tournament.
The Scarlet Knights gear up to participate in the Cliff Keen Invitational for the first time in 5 years.
A win at Hofstra, Friday evening, ties Goodale with former head coach John Sacchi with the most wins in the Scarlet Knights' wrestling history.
After advancing to their 1st NCAA Tournament birth in 32 years, the Scarlet Knights fell 5-0 to the Huskies in the tournament's 1st round.
The No. 10 Scarlet Knights make their first NCAA Tournament appearance in 32 years, as they take on the Huskies Friday afternoon.
For the second time this season, the Rutgers field hockey team lost to Ohio State in overtime. This loss hurts a little bit more, though.
The Knights look to secure an at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament this weekend, but first must take out Ohio State.