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.
Tyson Dippery wins prestigious FloNationals at 138 lbs.
Socialize with Rutgers Wrestlers, Coaches, and Fans: After EIWA Tournament Friday (Immediately following Session 2)
February 15, 2013 By JOHN IRVING >IN A.D. 393, the ancient Olympic Games were abolished — they had become too corrupt. Wrestling was among the first sports in those ancient Games; wrestling was also included at the start of the modern Olympics, in 1896. Yet on Tuesday in Lausanne, Switzerland, the executive board […]
In a shocking move, the executive board of the Olympic Committee announced that they had voted to eliminate wrestling from a core group of 25 sports for the 2020 Games.
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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.
Anthony Ashnault, now a senior at South Plainfield (N.J.) High School, signed his letter of intent Friday along with five other grapplers that make up the 11th-best recruiting class for 2013, according to Amature Wrestling News.
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 match. ZTA members will distribute pink ribbons to all fans. Pink T-Shirts will be available for sale. On the same date, please bring toys to the match for the “Santa in Blue” program.
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