Another one is headed to Madison Square Garden.
Nick Suriano, who is coming off his National Title over Oklahoma State’s Daton Fix, will participate in the Beat the Streets event with his teammate and fellow National Champion Anthony Ashnault.
BOOM! 2019 NCAA champion Nick Suriano will also compete at next month's Beat the Streets #GrappleAtTheGarden— Rutgers Wrestling (@RUWrestling) April 15, 2019
: https://t.co/qKy2ixmYhA#RelentlessPursuit | #BTSNY pic.twitter.com/jMerj5FghF
Rutgers commit and incoming freshman JoJo Aragona will also compete.
Nationally ranked @adambusiello from @esmvw and @JoJo__Aragona from @PopeJohnLions in high school battle at @BeattheStreets ‘Grapple At The Garden’ May 6 at Hulu Theater at @TheGarden @FloWrestling— USA Wrestling (@USAWrestling) March 29, 2019
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Colon was a bronze medalist at the 2018 World championships at 61kg in Budapest and a two-time NCAA qualifier at Northern Iowa. He went 62-6 in two years in Cedar Falls and is currently a volunteer assistant coach at Fresno State.
Rutgers FIRST and Fresno's FINEST! Nick Suriano and Joe Colon are next up to toe the line at the Grapple at the Garden— Beat the Streets NYC (@BeattheStreets) April 15, 2019
Want to see the action LIVE? Tickets starting at $30 are available at the link in our bio. #GrappleAtTheGarden #MSG pic.twitter.com/Y7LBP7RLc8
Not only will Suriano and Ashnault compete at this event, they are already on the list of qualifiers for the World Team Trials, which determine the spots on Team USA and give those wrestlers the inside track of representing the United States at the 2020 Olympics.
Happy Monday!#RelentlessPursuit | #GoRU pic.twitter.com/TZajO46MEc— Rutgers Wrestling (@RUWrestling) April 15, 2019
There was also another Scott Goodale Twitter tease, but we’ll leave this information for another day.
Big ole boom!!!— Coach Scott Goodale (@CoachGoodale) April 15, 2019