“Colella has competed regularly at tournaments and this summer stood out at Rutgers University, where he and his teammates competed at a camp there for four days. Colella won a tournament at Rutgers.”
“The camp is well run and the college coaches on staff are great. They put a lot of time in and the kids learn a lot. It’s a team-oriented camp, but there’s a lot of emphasis on the individual. Every wrestler down there learns something new and leaves there a better athlete.” — Pompton Lakes Head Coach Scott Mahoney
“The Rutgers program is tremendous overall. Their staff and wrestlers were great. We really enjoy going to the camp.” — Coach Mike DiPiano
Socialize with Rutgers Wrestlers, Coaches, and Fans: After 2017 NCAA Tournament Finals
Asbury Park Press writer Ryan Dunleavy chronicles how, nine years into his tenure on the banks, former Jackson Memorial coach Scott Goodale has the Scarlet Knights thriving.