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#FOMONOMORE For your convenience, an aggregation of online coverage of Rutgers Wrestling’s historic 2019 tournament with national champions Nick Suriano and Anthony Ashnault and Tournament Coach Scott Goodale. Don’t miss a thing!
NJ.com sportswriter recaps Anthony’s impact on Rutgers.
The Open Mat names Anthony Ashnault “Wrestler of the Week” for December 3, 2018. Teammate Nick Suriano earns #7 top performance for same week.
A national finalist, two All-Americans, and the best team finish in program history, as the Scarlet Knights broke its program point record with 42.5 team points for an 11th-place team result.
Five Scarlet Knight Grapplers to appear on prestigious list. Gravina, secured a sixth year of eligibility earlier this season and will compete for the Rutgers wrestling program during the 2018-19 campaign.
Three-time All-American will compete during 2018-19 season.
True freshman Nick Santos earned an individual title at 149 pounds on Sunday, February 25, at the National Collegiate Open in Dover, Delaware.
Program Firsts: Rutgers Wrestling Features a Unanimous No. 1 – Nick Suriano, 125. Suriano also first Midlands Champion.
Turns out there was gold underneath that thin layer of competitive rust.
…when an anonymous donor pledged a $100,000 gift contingent on the Rutgers wrestling program selling 2,000 season tickets, Goodale embraced the goal. The Assistant Coach’s office will be built in memory of Sam Cali.
152-pounder, Nick Gravina of Northern Highlands, has given a verbal agreement to wrestle for the Rutgers University Scarlet Knights. Gravina is the fifteenth ranked wrestler in the nation at his weight by Intermat.