Join the 2017-2018 SKWC Pin Pool!
Johnni DiJulius, Montell Marion, Taylor Walsh and Harry Turner are resident athletes for 2017-2018
Support Rutgers Wrestling and amateur wrestling in New Jersey. Become a Rutgers Wrestling season ticket holder, attend high school and youth matches, and join the Scarlet Knights Wrestling Club! SKWC Membership Program 2017-2018 The Scarlet Knights Wrestling Club Inc. (SKWC) was founded in 2011 with the goals of supporting both the Rutgers University wrestling team […]
The SKWC is excited to announce the addition of resident athlete Montell Marion. Montell is a 2x NCAA FINALIST & 3x All American.
$100k donor match initiative will go towards naming of wrestling assistant coach’s office dedicated to Sam Cali.
SKWC Membership Program 2016-2017 The Scarlet Knights Wrestling Club Inc. (SKWC) was founded in 2011 with the goals of supporting both the Rutgers University wrestling team and amateur wrestling in New Jersey. The SKWC is an independent nonprofit 501(c)(3) charitable organization. In its capacity as a designated Olympic Regional Training Center, the SKWC sponsors resident athletes […]
Rutgers SKWC Adds Anthony Perrotti and Taylor Walsh while retaining Tyler Graff The Scarlet Knight Wrestling Club has added two new members for the 2016-17 season in addition to keeping 2016 National Team Member, Tyler Graff. We are excited to announce Taylor Walsh and Anthony Perrotti will join the SKWC for this upcoming year. Perrotti […]
November 19 2016: New Jersey wrestling rivals Rutgers and Princeton will add a new chapter to their history at the first ever “Battle at the Birthplace”, presented by Autoland, on Saturday, Nov. 19 inside High Point Solutions Stadium.
Embrace Kids had a large group at the RAC on Sunday to cheer on Rutgers Wrestling vs. Michigan. T-shirts, breakfast in the bleachers and the “Embrace Kids” were chosen for the half-time tug of war. We appreciate the team and coaches hard work and focus on community service.
Asbury Park Press writer Ryan Dunleavy chronicles how, nine years into his tenure on the banks, former Jackson Memorial coach Scott Goodale has the Scarlet Knights thriving.