Head Coach Carter Jordan will not return next season after serving eight years as head coach
The NC State wrestling team supported a family in need by donating a Thanksgiving dinner.
Incoming group features talent on the mat and in the classroom
Steve Anceravage, a two-time All-America wrestler for Cornell, joined the NC State coaching staff as an assistant coach in June 2009 and now is in his third season as an assistant coach at NC State.
A four-time NCAA qualifier, Anceravage capped off his stellar collegiate career with a fifth-place finish at 174 pounds at the 2009 NCAA Championships. He finished sixth at 174 in 2008. Anceravage finished his career with a 119-28 overall record at Cornell, including a 35-3 mark as a senior in 2009.
A Bloomsburg, Pa., native, Anceravage was a four-time EIWA finalist and a four-time All-Ivy League honoree. In 2009, he earned the EIWA's Fletcher Award, given annually to the wrestler who earned the most points for his team over his career at the EIWA Tournament. He broke the Cornell school record for falls in a season by pinning 17 opponents during his junior campaign. He also holds the Cornell record for career pins with 37.
Anceravage completed his time at Cornell ranked fifth in career wins with 119 and was just the 11th Cornell wrestler to finish with more than 100 career wins.
Prior to Cornell, Anceravage enjoyed a highly successful career at Bloomsburg High School by capturing the state title at 152 pounds as a senior after helping his team win the Class AA state dual championship. He was a state runner-up as a junior and earned fourth- and sixth-place finishes at the 2003 junior nationals in Greco-Roman and freestyle, respectively.