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February-14-03 RU Wrestling Cruises Past Princeton, 25-9
PRINCETON, NJ - The Rutgers wrestling team won eight of 10 bouts en route to a 25-9 win over Princeton tonight in intercollegiate wrestling action in Princeton, NJ. The Scarlet Knights built a 13-0 lead after four matches, highlighted by a 13-2 major decision from Greg Austin (Seaville, NJ) to open the match. With the win, RU improves to 9-5 overall.

February-09-03 Short-Handed Rutgers Falls to Army, 23-20
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – Sophomore Chris Ressa (Andover, NJ) won his 25th match of the season in building a 20-14 lead for the Scarlet Knights, but it wasn’t enough as Army rallied to defeat Rutgers, 23-20, at the College Ave. Gymnasium.

February-01-03 RU Wrestling Splits With BU, Sacred Heart
PISCATAWAY, NJ – The Boston University wrestling team entered today’s match vs. Rutgers riding a nine-match winning streak, but the Scarlet Knights captured eight of 10 bouts with the Terriers en route to a 26-9 win at the College Avenue Gymnasium. In the second dual of the day, Sacred Heart won three of the last four matches to upend Rutgers, 20-14. With the split, RU moves to 8-4 overall.

January-29-03 Khan’s Pin Powers Rutgers to a 24-12 Win over Maryland
PISCATAWAY, NJ – Junior Amir Khan (Vorhees, NJ) gave a huge lift to the Rutgers wrestling squad with a third period pin at 157, leading the Scarlet Knights to a 24-12 win over the Maryland Terripans. The win was the fourth straight for Rutgers, giving them a 7-3 record on the season.

January-22-03 Austin’s Return Seals Rutgers’ Victory over Rider
PISCATAWAY, NJ – Junior Greg Austin (Seaville, NJ) returned for his first match in two weeks and clinched a 19-14 Rutgers victory over intrastate rival Rider in intercollegiate wrestling action tonight at the CAG. Austin has been out of action since suffering a neck stinger during the Hitchcock Classic, January 5th. The win improved Austin’s season record to 15-5, and Rutgers’ dual meet record to 6-3. The win was Rutgers’ second in their last three meetings with Rider.

January-18-03 RU Wrestlers Down Franklin & Marshall, Wagner
LANCASTER, PA – The Rutgers University wrestling team improved its dual meet record to 5-3 on the season, defeating both Franklin & Marshall and Wagner on Saturday. The Scarlet Knights knocked off Franklin & Marshall, 28-6, before beating Wagner, 46-0.

January-11-03 Rutgers Wrestling Bows to Navy, 18-13
ANNAPOLIS, MD – The Rutgers University wrestling team evened its dual meet record at 3-3 with an 18-13 loss to the United States Naval Academy tonight in Annapolis. RU and Navy split the first two matches, but the Midshipmen rattled off four-consecutive wins to take a 15-3 lead and hold off the Scarlet Knights down the stretch.

January-08-03 Rutgers Wrestling Rolls Past East Stroudsburg, 25-9
EAST STROUDSBURG, PA – The Rutgers University wrestling team won seven of 10 matches tonight en route to a 25-9 victory over East Stroudsburg tonight. With the win, RU evens its record at 2-2, while ESU falls to 6-1.

January-06-03 Sehar Named Most Outstanding Wrestler At Hitchcock Classic
MILLERSVILLE, PA – Freshman Shaun Sehar (Harrisburg, PA), thrust into the starting role at 125 pounds due to an injury to incumbent Marc Rosenfeld (Brick, NJ), was named the Most Outstanding Wrestler at the Shorty Hitchcock Memorial Classic in Millersville, PA. Sehar, with just three tournaments under his belt, garnered one of four first-place finishes for the Scarlet Knights, leading the team to a second-place finish.

January-05-03 Rutgers Wrestling Battles Injuries To Finish Second at 2003 Hitchcock Memorial Classic
MILLERSVILLE, PA – The Rutgers University wrestling team traveled to the Shorty Hitchcock Memorial Classic in Millersville, PA today without its full arsenal of competitors. Despite missing three top starters, and losing another one during action, the Scarlet Knights finished second at the 10-team tournament with 105.5 points, just four off the pace of Appalachian State. Rutgers enjoyed four first place and two second place finishes, competing without starters Marc Rosenfeld (Brick, NJ), Amir Khan (Voorhees, NJ) and Andy Roy (Wall, NJ), all of whom were nursing injuries.

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