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January-26-05 Rutgers Wrestling Bows to Navy, 35-7
ANNAPOLIS, MD – The Rutgers wrestling team dropped a 35-7 decision to 19th-ranked Navy Wednesday night at Halsey Field House on the campus of the United States Naval Academy. Riddled with injuries, RU was forced to compete with a limited lineup, forfeiting at 197 and heavyweight. The Scarlet Knights move to 5-4 overall and 1-4 in the EIWA with the loss, while the Midshipmen improve to 7-3 overall and 3-1 in the EIWA.

January-22-05 Brown Downs Rutgers, 29-9, In Wrestling Action
PROVIDENCE, RI – With its roster severely depleted, the Rutgers wrestling team dropped a 29-9 decision to Brown on Saturday evening at the Pizzitola Center in Providence, RI. With the loss, the Scarlet Knights drop to 5-3 overall and 1-3 in the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association (EIWA). The win is Brown’s third-straight, moving the Bears to
3-3 on the season.

January-15-05 Scarlet Knights Juggle Lineup to Post 26-18 Victory Over Sacred Heart
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – With injuries depleting the Rutgers roster, several Scarlet Knights were forced to bump up and compete at higher weights to prevent a forfeit in at any weight. The strategy paid off as Rutgers earned a hard-fought 26-18 victory over Sacred Heart on Saturday night at the College Avenue Gymnasium in New Brunswick. The win improves the Scarlet Knights to 5-2 in dual matches this season, while the Pioneers fall to 2-5.

January-12-05 Rutgers Wrestling Drops 19-13 Decision to East Stroudsburg
EAST STROUDSBURG, PA – The Rutgers University wrestling team lost a 19-13 decision to East Stroudsburg on Wednesday evening, moving its dual record to 4-2 overall and 1-2 in the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association (EIWA). The Scarlet Knights fell behind early and came out on the short end of several very close decisions that proved to be the turning point in the match.

January-08-05 Rutgers Wrestling Earns Dual Sweep Saturday In Lancaster
LANCASTER, PA – The Rutgers University wrestling team swept its quad-meet at Franklin & Marshall Saturday afternoon, earning impressive victories over Franklin & Marshall (38-6), Wagner (48-6) and Delaware State (43-0). The Scarlet Knights improve their dual record to 4-1 on the season, winning their fourth consecutive match.

December-30-04 Roy Leads RU Wrestling at Midlands Championships
EVANSTON, IL – Senior Andy Roy (Wall, NJ) placed seventh at 174 lb. to lead the Rutgers wrestling team on the third day of the prestigious Midlands Championships, held at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL.

December-29-04 Five Scarlet Knights Place at Wilkes Open Wrestling Tournament
WILKES-BARRE, PA – The Rutgers wrestling team finished competition at the 72nd annual Wilkes Open on Tuesday. The tournament, which was reduced to one day this year, saw five Scarlet Knights place, including a pair of top-three showings.

December-11-04 Seniors Power Rutgers Wrestling to 23-12 Victory Over Maryland
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - The Rutgers University wrestling team used its senior leadership to register a 23-12 victory over the University of Maryland on Saturday night at the College Avenue Gymnasium. The Scarlet Knights evened their record at 1-1 in dual action, while the Terrapins fell to 0-1 on the season. The victory is the third-straight for Rutgers over Maryland.

December-04-04 No. 2 Lehigh Hands Rutgers Wrestling Season-Opening Loss
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Second-ranked Lehigh earned a 40-4 victory over Rutgers on Saturday night in wrestling action at the College Avenue Gymnasium. The Scarlet Knights fell to 0-1 on the season and 0-1 in the EIWA, while Lehigh, who defeated Rider earlier in the day, improved to 7-1 on the season and 1-0 in the EIWA.

November-20-04 Ressa, Roy Power Rutgers Wrestling to Fourth-Place Finish at Navy Classic
ANNAPOLIS, MD – Seniors Andy Roy (Wall, NJ) and Chris Ressa (Andover, NJ) took home weight-class titles to lead the Rutgers wrestling team to a fourth-place finish at the Navy Classic inside Halsey Field House on the campus of the United States Naval Academy on Saturday.

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