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Wrestling Closes Out Regular Season Friday And Sunday At Gill
Beavers Close Out Regular Season> Oregon State concludes the 2010-11 regular season when hosting Arizona State Friday night at 7 p.m. and Cal State Fullerton Sunday at 2 p.m.
Media> Live stats and live video of the dual will be available on osubeavers.com. As always, visit the official online home of Oregon State Athletics for recaps and results.
All-Time> Oregon State is 15-17 all-time against Arizona State, and has won four consecutive matchups between the teams. The Beavers, meanwhile, are 15-3 all-time against Cal State Fullerton and take a two-meet win streak into Sunday.
Senior Day Sunday> Oregon State will honor seniors Brice Arand, Jon Brascetta and Colby Covington prior to Sunday’s matchup with Cal State Fullerton. The trio has combined to go 153-74 (.674) during their careers.
Colby Watch> Oregon State senior Colby Covington will take a 12-bout win streak into the weekend, which marks the second-longest streak of his career. He has earned bonus points in seven of the 12 bouts. Covington, in fact, will be aiming for his 30th career win in dual meets on Friday.
How About Some National Love?> The NWCA released national figures this week, and the Beavers figure prominently in some big categories. OSU’s nine team wins is tied for 23rd nationally, while the Beavers’ 347 individual wins is tops in the Pacific-10 Conference and 11th nationally. OSU has 97 pins, good for first in the Pac-10 (Cal Poly’s 69 is second) and second nationally, while the team’s 60 major decisions is 13th among all Division-I schools. For a full list of all stats, visit www.nwcaonline.com.
Going For Big No. 10> At 9-5-2 this season, the Beavers are in prime position for their 10th victory as a team. A 10th win would put the Beavers in double figures for the 13th consecutive season, dating back to 1998-99. The school’s best such streak is 31 consecutive seasons from 1956-57 to 1986-87.
125 – Jason Lara or Christian Strahl
133 – Garrett Drucker
141 – Mike Mangrum
149 – Scott Sakaguchi
157 – Alex Elder
165 – Jon Brascetta
174 – Colby Covington
184 – Brice Arand
197 – Chad Hanke
HWT – Clayton Jack
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