NCAA Wrestling Championships

Perrotti Clinches All-American
NEW YORK -- Anthony Perrotti sprinted around backstage like a madman after defeating Rider's Conor Brennan, and for good reason. The Rutgers senior had just become a two-time NCAA All-American. Perrotti edged Brennan, a former star at Brick, 5-4 in the 165-pound consolation round of 12 on Friday night inside Madison Square Garden to lock up his second All-American finish...
Ashnault Falls in Semis
NEW YORK -- Anthony Ashnault reached new heights as a redshirt sophomore, but his dream of becoming a national champion will have to wait until next year. Ashnault, the No. 4 seed at 141 pounds, was defeated by No. 1 seed Dean Heil of Oklahoma State, 8-3, during the NCAA semifinals on Friday night inside a sold-out Madison Square Garden...
Ashnault Two Wins from Title
NEW YORK -- From the minute he stepped foot inside Rutgers University's wrestling room, Anthony Ashnault had his eye on winning an NCAA title. Now he's just two wins away. Ashnault defeated Old Dominion's Chris Mecate, 5-4, in the NCAA 141-pound quarterfinals on Friday morning at Madison Square Garden, becoming Rutgers' first national semifinalist since 1960...
Locked In
NEW YORK -- With 11 top-five seeds going down on the first day of the NCAA Wrestling Championships at Madison Square Garden, being a high seed was anything but a rite of passage into the quarterfinals. Yet while some championship contenders were getting picked off or just scraping by in either of their first two matches, Rutgers redshirt sophomore Anthony Ashnault was busy dismantling both of his
Conor Conquers
NEW YORK -- In his third and final trip to the NCAA Wrestling Championships, Rider's Conor Brennan finally feels like he belongs among the best in the country. Now the former Brick standout is one victory away from becoming an NCAA All-American...
W2W4: NCAA Wrestling
The NCAA Wrestling Championships come to "The World's Most Famous Arena" this weekend as hundreds of the country's top grapplers will compete for the title of national champion inside Madison Square Garden. Shore Sports Network's Bob Badders will be on hand all weekend providing coverage of Rutgers and its full team of 10 national qualifiers, as well as Rider and Princeton with a focus o