The Open Mat names Anthony Ashnault “Wrestler of the Week” for December 3, 2018. Teammate Nick Suriano earns #7 top performance for same week.
View the presentations, below: Stills: Final Results
Upon Anthony Ashnault’s return from Central Asia representing Athletes in Action, the SKWC’s David Bugen had the opportunity to catch up with him shortly after his plane landed. Anthony was the only member of the USA team that went undefeated during the tour.
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.
At 70 kg, Richard LEWIS (USA) grinded out a 3-1 win against Kumar VINOD (IND) to claim a World gold medal in his first international tournament.