The International Olympic Committee (IOC) sent a clear message to the world’s wrestling community yesterday, “You have been weighed, you have been measured, and you have been found wanting.” In a shocking move, the executive board of the Olympic Committee announced that they had voted to
By USA Wrestling 02/12/2013 TALKING POINTS ABOUT WRESTLING AND THE OLYMPICS USA Wrestling has created these talking points for those in the wrestling community in our nation who may be speaking about our sport in light of today's International Olympic Committee announcement. Please read
By Joe Kania/ For The Star-Ledger 152-pounder, Nick Gravina of Northern Highlands, has given a verbal agreement to wrestle for the Rutgers University Scarlet Knights. Gravina, the fifteenth ranked wrestler in the nation at his weight by Intermat, had offers from the University of North
By Bradly Derechailo / Daily Targum Correspondent Billy Ashnault swears he is a better wrestler right now than his little brother, Anthony. But he also knows the potential of arguably the biggest recruit the Rutgers wrestling team has ever landed under head coach Scott Goodale. “I still
Attend the PINK OUT The Zeta Tau Alpha Theta Xi chapter will host a Pink Out wrestling match with the Rutgers Wrestling Team Saturday, December 8th at 7 p.m. at the College Avenue Gym. The opponent is Princeton University. ZTA and Rutgers the State University encourage all fans to wear pink to
The coach and leader of the UF Wrestling Team (04-07) taking on Damin Hahn at the 2002 NCAA Div.I National Championships. This is the semi-final consolation round. Winner goes in for 3/4th.
Mike Leta (Rutgers) vs Pat Semary (Kent State) Leta 6-4 Dec. 1960 NCAA Third Place Bout