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July-12-05 Ryan Joins Rutgers Wrestling Coaching Staff
PISCATAWAY, NJ – Rutgers University wrestling head coach John Sacchi announced the hiring of Joseph Ryan as an assistant coach with the program. Ryan replaces long-time assistant coach Mike Leta, who announced his retirement at the conclusion of the 2004-05 season after nine years with the program.

May-25-05 Rutgers Wrestling Announces 17-Member Recruiting Class
PISCATAWAY, NJ – Rutgers wrestling head coach John Sacchi announced his 2005 recruiting class on Wednesday. New Jersey state place-winners Kellen Bradley (Newton, NJ), Lamar Brown (Red Bank, NJ), Mathew Pletcher (Eastampton, NJ) and Abdul El Kar H. Mahmoud (Wallington, NJ) highlight the 17-member class.

May-09-05 2004-05 Season Review
Head coach John Sacchi completed his 15th season “On the Banks” with his signature 150th victory at the helm of a program he has taken to prominence on the national scene throughout his tenure with the Scarlet Knights. The 2004-05 Rutgers wrestling team was once again represented with multiple Scarlet Knights earning bids to the NCAA Wrestling Championships, including senior Andy Roy’s unmatched fourth appearance in the NCAA Championships.

April-11-05 Roy Receives Third-Straight MVP Honor at Rutgers Wrestling Awards Banquet
PISCATAWAY, NJ – The Rutgers University wrestling team held its annual awards banquet on Monday night, April 11, at the Hale Center on the school’s Busch Campus. The team posted a 6-8 record in 2004-05 despite being riddled with injuries to several starters throughout the season. The Scarlet Knights sent a pair of wrestlers to the NCAA Championships in St. Louis, MO.

March-18-05 Roy Eliminated From NCAA Wrestling Championships
ST. LOUIS, MO – Rutgers senior Andy Roy's (Wall, NJ) collegiate career came to a close Friday evening at the 75th annual Division I Wrestling Championships at the Savvis Center in St. Louis, MO.

March-17-05 Roy, Ressa Complete First Day at NCAA Wrestling Championships
ST. LOUIS, MO – Rutgers seniors Andy Roy (Wall, NJ) and Chris Ressa (Andover, NJ) completed their first day of competition at the 75th annual NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships on Thursday.

March-15-05 Roy, Ressa to Represent RU at NCAA Wrestling Championships
PISCATAWAY, NJ – Rutgers seniors Andy Roy (Wall, NJ) and Chris Ressa (Andover, NJ) will compete at the 75th annual NCAA Wrestling Championships, Thursday-Saturday at the Savvis Center in St. Louis, MO.

March-05-05 Roy, Ressa Lead RU Wrestling to Eighth-Place Finish at EIWA Championships
ANNAPOLIS, MD – Rutgers seniors Andy Roy (Wall, NJ) and Chris Ressa (Andover, NJ) each qualified for the NCAA Championships in St. Louis, MO, March 17-20. The duo led Rutgers to an eighth-place finish out of 13 schools in the EIWA Championships, hosted by the United States Naval Academy, on Saturday.

March-04-05 Roy, Ressa Advance to Semis in First Day of EIWA Championships
ANNAPOLIS, MD – Rutgers seniors Andy Roy (Wall, NJ) and Chris Ressa (Andover, NJ) each reached the semifinal round of their weight bracket on Friday in the opening day of the 101st annual Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Championships (EIWA). Rutgers is in ninth place in the 13-school tournament, hosted by the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD. The Scarlet Knights accumulated 13 points as a team on Friday. Lehigh leads the team championship with 60 points after the opening day.

February-24-05 No. 23 Army Escapes With 23-20 Victory Over Rutgers Wrestling
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Seniors Andy Roy (Wall, NJ) and Chris Ressa (Andover, NJ) posted victories in their final match at the College Avenue Gymnasium, but the Scarlet Knights fell just short of upending No. 23 Army on Thursday, dropping a 23-20 decision to the Black Knights. Rutgers and Army split the 10 bouts with the Scarlet Knights surrendering six points with a forfeit at heavyweight. RU ends its dual season 6-8 overall and 2-5 in the EIWA, while Army moves to 12-5 overall and 4-2 in the EIWA.

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