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    No. 20 Wrestling Topples Titans for 16th Straight

    Redshirt freshman Ty Vinson
    earned his first major decision, winning 8-0.
    Feb. 5, 2010

    Fullerton, Calif. ? Six Oregon State wrestlers earned bonus point wins to extend the No. 20 Beavers? dual meet winning streak to 16 straight in Friday night?s toppling of the Cal State Fullerton Titans, 33-6, in Titan Gym.

    Fifteenth-ranked redshirt sophomore Jason Lara (Midway City, Calif.) got the meet off to a strong start for the Beavers, earning a 16-8 major decision over Andre Gonzalez at 125 pounds. In the following bout, No. 16 Kelly Kubec (Lake Stevens, Wash.) earned a major decision of his own over Aaron Navarrete, 15-3, Kubec?s sixth of the season.

    Redshirt freshman Mike Mangrum (Auburn, Wash.) made it nine wins straight, batting to a 6-4 decision over Adin Duenas at 141 pounds, defeating him in sudden victory overtime.

    Suffering just his eighth loss of the season, 17th-ranked freshman RJ Pena (Salem, Ore.) had to count the fall by Nick Jordan at 149 pounds. Oregon State lost a team point after Pena got caught in a head lock, causing him to pass out and Jordan to get Pena on his back. The team point was deducted after the match, charged to an Oregon State coach.

    Senior Dan Brascetta (Aurora, Colo.) continued to be solid for the Beavers in the lineup at 165 pounds, earning his first technical fall of the season over Sam Silva in 5:50, taking the 17-point margin at 20-3.

    Adding to his bonus point percentage in matches, ninth-ranked junior Colby Covington (Springfield, Ore.) posts bonus point wins in over half of his wins this season. Covington earned the 17-8 major decision over Todd Noel at 174 pounds.

    Redshirt freshman Ty Vinson (Great Falls, Mont.) earned the team?s first shutout of the night in his first major decision of the season. Vinson boosted the Beavers to a 27-6 lead with the 8-0 victory over Mark Savalle.

    Sophomore Chad Hanke (Dayton, Ore.) earned the final bonus point victory for Oregon State with his 13-4 win over Ethan Weisrock at 197 pounds. Fourteenth-ranked sophomore heavyweight Clayton Jack (Vacaville, Calif.) wrapped up the meet with a 4-0 decision over No. 16 Kurt Klimek.

    The Beavers improve to 17-1, 5-1 Pac-10, while Cal State Fullerton falls to 2-7-1, 0-6-1 Pac-10.

    Oregon State wraps up its trip to Southern California at No. 16 Cal Poly on Saturday evening at 7:00 p.m.
    OSU CSF
    125 Pounds ? No. 15 Jason Lara (OSU) major decision over Andre Gonzalez (CSF), 16-8 4 0
    133 Pounds ? No. 16 Kelly Kubec (OSU) major decision over Aaron Navarrete (CSF), 15-3 8 0
    141 Pounds ? Mike Mangrum (OSU) decision over Adin Duenas (CSF), 6-4 (OT) 11 0
    149 Pounds ? Nick Jordan (CSF) fall over No. 17 RJ Pena (OSU), 2:43 11 6
    157 Pounds ? No. 13 Keegan Davis (OSU) decision over Steven de la Fuente (CSF), 4-1 14 6
    165 Pounds ? Dan Brascetta (OSU) technical fall over Sam Silva (CSF), 20-3 (5:50) 19 6
    174 Pounds ? No. 9 Colby Covington (OSU) major decision over Todd Noel (CSF), 17-8 23 6
    184 Pounds ? Ty Vinson (OSU) major decision over Mark Savalle (CSF), 8-0 27 6
    197 Pounds ? Chad Hanke (OSU) major decision over Ethan Weisrock (CSF), 13-4 31 6
    Heavyweight ? No. 14 Clayton Jack (OSU) decision over No. 16 Kurt Klimek (CSF), 4-0 34 6
    ** Oregon State?s team score adjusted by one point 33 6

    Oregon State Notes ? Oregon State has won 16 straight, the longest since 1984 when the team won 17 straight ? Oregon State?s 17 wins ties the most under head coach Jim Zalesky, and is the most since 1986, when the Beavers had 22 wins ? The Beavers remain undefeated on the road, now 4-0 on the season ? Senior Keegan Davis is on an 11-match winning streak and moves to tie for 25th all-time for career wins with 88.
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    At 40 sec mark in the video that was against Tucker Lane with 10 sec left in the match and down by a couple. Pretty impressive to hit that move with everyone in the gym knowing it's desperation time.

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    Wrestling Jumps Six Spots to 14th


    Redshirt freshman Mike Mangrum
    moves back into the top 20 this week.

    Feb. 9, 2010

    Corvallis, Ore. ? The Oregon State wrestling team jumped six spots this week to 14th in the NWCA/USA Today Division I Team Coaches Poll for week 13.

    The Beavers were previously ranked 20th last week, 21st the week before and 22nd for the two weeks prior to that after breaking into the list in the December 8 poll. Oregon State is currently 18-1, 6 -1 Pac-10, and currently has the second most dual meet wins behind No. 1 Iowa (19-0) in the top 25.

    In other rankings, Oregon State is ranked as high as 13th in the D1CollegeWrestling.net poll. The Beavers are 15th in the Intermat poll and are 14th according to Wrestling Insider Newsmagazine (WIN).

    Junior Colby Covington (Springfield, Ore.) remains in the top 10 in the InterMat Division I Individual Rankings, with the same ninth place ranking for the third week in a row. Covington, who was previously ranked 11th, moved up after defeating previously ranked No. 3 Stephen Dwyer of Nebraska on January 24 in a 2-1 decision at 174 pounds. He has pinned five of his last seven competitors.

    Five other Oregon State wrestlers also remain ranked in the InterMat Individual Rankings with senior Keegan Davis (Salem, Ore.) and sophomore Clayton Jack (Vacaville, Calif.) leading the way with a 13th place rankings at 157 pounds and heavyweight. Redshirt sophomore Jason Lara (Midway City, Calif.) is 15th at 125 pounds and sophomore Kelly Kubec (Lake Stevens, Wash.) is 16th at 133 pounds. Redshirt freshman Mike Mangrum (Auburn, Wash.) made his way back into the rankings at 20th place after dropping out after the December 1 poll.

    The Beavers have defeated three top 25 opponents in No. 12 Wisconsin in the first dual of the season, No. 24 Arizona State and No. 16 Cal Poly last weekend, but fell to No. 8 Boise State. Oregon State will take on two more ranked opponents before the regular season is over in No. 12 Boise State again and No. 8 Oklahoma this weekend.

    Oregon State is currently riding a 17-meet winning streak going into this weekend?s duals against conference foe No. 12 Boise State and non-conference opponent No. 8 Oklahoma, the longest since 1978, when the Beavers made it 18 in a row. The Beavers? margin of victory in their 18 wins has been 32-plus points on average. The 18 wins are the most since 1984, when Oregon State won 22 duals, and it ties the most that head coach Jim Zalesky has had in his career in a single season.

    The last time Oregon State was ranked this highly was in the January 31, 2001, under former head coach Joe Wells. The Beavers ranged from 12th to 17th place, finishing the season off in 17th place.

    Support Oregon State University Athletics by making your tax deductible donation to the Beaver Athletic Student Fund. For more information follow this link or call 541-737-2370. You can make an ?everyday champion.? Follow Beaver Athletics on twitter.
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    No. 14 Wrestling Wraps up Regular Season at No. 12 Boise State, No. 8


    Redshirt sophomore Jason Lara

    Feb. 10, 2010

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    LOOKING AHEAD -- The No. 14 Oregon State Beavers (18-1, 6-1 Pac-10) wrap up the regular season against a pair of top 10 opponents. The team faces the No. 12 Boise State Broncos (13-3, 6-0 Pac-10) on Friday at 6:00 p.m. PT before heading to take on the No. 8 Oklahoma Sooners (14-2-1) on Sunday at 12:00 p.m.

    TRACKING THE BEAVS-- Full results from this week's duals can be found through the newly redesigned osubeavers.com.

    DUAL 20: NO. 12 BOISE STATE (13-3, 6-0 PAC-10) -- Friday, Feb. 12 (6:00 p.m.): The Beavers are 25-12 all-time against the Broncos. Boise State took the first meeting this season, winning 25-7 in legendary Gill Coliseum on November 22.

    Boise State is coming off of a 22-20 loss to Utah Valley last Friday, snapping a five-meet winning streak. The Broncos' other losses have been against North Dakota State and No. 1 Iowa. Six ranked wrestlers lead the way for Boise State with junior 184-pounder Kirk Smith garnering a first place ranking, while junior Andrew Hochstrasser is second at 133 pounds, junior Adam Hall is third at 157 pounds, junior Levi Jones is fourth at 141 pounds, sophomore Jason Chamberlain is sixth at 149 pounds and senior Nate Lee is 16th at 174 pounds. Head coach Greg Randall is in his eighth season and led his team to a Pac-10 Championship last season. The Broncos are 2-0 in Taco Bell Arena on this season. Friday's meet will also be Beauty and Beast Night with the gymnastics team hosting Sacramento State and Seattle Pacific.

    DUAL 21: NO. 8 OKLAHOMA (14-2-1) -- Sunday, Feb. 14 (12:00 p.m.): The Beavers are 4-13 all-time against the Sooners. The two teams last met in 2005 with Oklahoma winning 35-6.
    Oklahoma went 2-0 last weekend to earn Big 12 wins over Nebraska and Missouri after falling to Iowa State the previous weekend at home. Oklahoma and Oregon State were both at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational with the Sooners finishing third. The wrestlers on the two teams never matched up. The Sooners boast eight ranked wrestlers this week, led by 141-pounder redshirt junior Zack Bailey and 149-pounder redshirt senior Kyle Terry with third place rankings. Senior 197-pounder Eric Lapotsky made the top 10 in his weight class, ranked sixth. Jack Spates is in his 17th season leading the Oklahoma wrestling program. The Sooners will host Chattanooga on Friday before the Beavers. Oklahoma is 4-1-1 in McCasland Field House thus far on the season.

    REWIND TO LAST WEEK -- The Oregon State wrestling team went 2-0 over its Pac-10 opponents, Cal State Fullerton and No. 16 Cal Poly. The Beavers nearly swept the Titans, winning 33-6, while against the Mustangs it came down to the heavyweight match with Oregon State coming out on top 21-18.

    Junior Colby Covington earned his 15th fall of the season against the Mustangs, recording pins in six of his last nine matches at 174 pounds. Sophomore Kelly Kubec upset the fifh-ranked wrestler in Boris Novachkov of Cal Poly on Sunday in a 7-5 overtime thriller. Redshirt sophomore Jason Lara, Kubec, senior Dan Brascetta, Covington, and sophomores Chad Hanke and Clayton Jack all went 2-0 on the weekend.

    ODDS & ENDS -- The Beavers' 14th place ranking is the highest since 2000-01, when the team was ranked 13th in the January 31, 2001 poll. The team ranged from 12th to 17th that season, finishing the season off in 17th place.

    Oregon State has defeated its 18 opponents by an average of 32-plus points.

    The current 17-meet winning streak ties the streak set 1984, when the Beavers won 17 straight. The next longest streak was 18, set in 1978. The longest streak in school history is 29, taking place from 1957-60.

    The Beavers' 18-1 start to the season is the best start since the 1984 campaign when the team earned 22 dual meet wins. The 18-win mark ties head coach Jim Zalesky's most dual meet wins in a season and is the most he's accumulated in his four seasons at Oregon State.

    Junior Colby Covington's 15 pins thus far on the season is the most by an individual since heavyweight Oscar Wood in the 1998-99 season. It ties the 18th most ever in a single season and is tied for fifth most for juniors. Freshman RJ Pena and sophomores Kelly Kubec and Clayton Jack and are close behind with 12 falls each. Pena is tied for the third most by a freshman in school history, and Kubec and Jack are tied for seventh all-time for sophomores at this point.

    Oregon State had its top finish in recent years at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational on December 4-5. The Beavers finished eighth of 42 (77.5), earning the best finish by an unranked team at the tournament. Sophomore Chad Hanke had the top finish for the team at 197 pounds, placing fourth. Sophomore Kelly Kubec finished fifth at 133 pounds and sophomore Clayton Jack and freshman RJ Pena placed seventh at heavyweight and 149 pounds.

    Oregon State defeated its first ranked opponent in No. 13 Wisconsin on Sunday, Nov. 22, since January 5, 2007, when the Beavers defeated No. 19 Nebraska on the road, 21-15. The Beavers added another win at No. 24 Arizona State on Jan. 31, defeating the Sun Devils, 35-5. And the Beavers upset No. 16 Cal Poly on the road on Saturday, Feb. 6.

    RJ Pena is the third true freshman to not utilize his redshirt in his rookie season on the current squad. Senior Keegan Davis and sophomore Cody Weishoff both lettered their true freshman seasons.

    The Beavers return three NCAA qualifiers from last season in senior Keegan Davis and sophomores Kelly Kubec and Clayton Jack.

    RANKING UP WITH THE GREATS -- Senior Keegan Davis is currently tied for 25th all-time for career wins with 88. He has the most wins of anyone since Ty Watterson (2004-07), who finished his career with 87. And sophomore Clayton Jack currently has 21 career pins, good to tie for 26th. He's only four away from Watterson's record of 23. In just his first season, junior Colby Covington ranks 11th all-time for career winning percentage (.868) with a 33-5 record.

    WHAT THE COACHES THINK -- Nine Oregon State wrestlers received recognition in the first NCAA Division I Coaches Panel Rankings, released January 17. Junior Colby Covington led the way with 11th place ranking at 174 pounds. Senior Keegan Davis was 13th at 157 pounds, and redshirt sophomore Jason Lara and sophomore Kelly Kubec were 15th at 125 and 133 pounds. Freshman RJ Pena earned a 16th place ranking at 149 pounds, followed closely by sophomore Clayton Jack at heavyweight, ranked 17th. Sophomore Chad Hanke was tied for 24th at 197 pounds, redshirt freshman Mike Mangrum 25th at 141 pounds and junior Brice Arand 31st at 184 pounds to round out the nine. The rankings are part of what qualifies wrestlers for the NCAA Championships.

    COLBY CRACKING THE TOP 10 -- Junior transfer Colby Covington is the first wrestler to break into the Intermat top 10 for the Beavers since Kyle Bressler at 184 pounds last season. Bressler did not finish the 2008-09 season in the top 10. Prior to Bressler, the last wrestler was Ty Watterson during the 2006-07 season at heavyweight, finishing the season ranked fourth and earning All-America status.

    AWN TOP 20 WRESTLERS -- Six Oregon State wrestlers are ranked in the Amateur Wrestling News Individual Rankings, released February 2. Senior Keegan Davis, junior 174-pounder Colby Covington and sophomore heavyweight Clayton Jack are all ranked 13th. Freshman RJ Pena is right behind with a 14th place ranking at 149 pounds. And sophomore Kelly Kubec and redshirt sophomore Jason Lara are 16th at 125 and 133 pounds.

    INTERMAT TOP 25 -- Six Oregon State wrestlers are still ranked in the Intermat Top 25 Poll, released February 9. Junior Colby Covington leads the way with an ninth place ranking at 174 pounds. Senior Keegan Davis is close behind, ranked 13th at 157 pounds. Sophomore heavyweight Clayton Jack moves up to No. 13. Redshirt sophomore Jason Lara is still 15th at 125 pounds, and sophomore Kelly Kubec remains ranked 16th at 133 pounds. Joining the group is redshirt freshman Mike Mangrum at 20th at 141 pounds after not being ranked since the December 1 poll. The team remained in the top 25 this week, moving to 15th after being 18th and No. 20 three weeks ago and 21st for six straight weeks in a row after breaking in on November 24.

    YOUTH IN THE LINEUP -- The projected Oregon State lineup is packed with underclassmen as only one senior is listed in Keegan Davis in the original lineup. Juniors Brice Arand and Colby Covington round out the upperclassmen. One redshirt sophomore (Jason Lara), four sophomores (Kelly Kubec, Ryan Smith, Chad Hanke, Clayton Jack), one redshirt freshman (Mike Mangrum) and a true freshman (RJ Pena) round out the starting 10.

    ENDOWMENT FUND SUCCESS -- The Oregon State Wrestling Endowment Fund received about $30,000 after the Endowment Fund Meet on Sunday, Nov. 22. The official attendance for the meet was 3,018. And all the fans in attendance were able to help celebrate Oregon State's eight national champions and Robin Reed and Les Gutches for being inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame.

    GET YOUR TICKETS -- Tickets for both the Pac-10 Championships and NCAA Championships are on sale now. To purchase your passes for the Pac-10 Championships, visit www.ucdavisaggies.com. And for NCAA Championships passes, visit www.ncaa.com.

    OREGON STATE VS. RANKED OPPONENTS -- The Beavers will face six preseason top 25 opponents this season. Oregon State's first test will come against No. 11 Wisconsin and No. 9 Boise State in the team's home opener on Sunday, Nov. 22. The Beavers will face three at home and three on the road, while also facing a number of top schools at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational and Midlands Championships.

    NEW FACES -- The Beavers welcome 12 new faces to the 2009-10 squad. Included was junior transfer Colby Covington, an Oregon natives. Also, joining the team is Caleb Cardwell, whose father is Jeff Cardwell, a former Beaver All-American and assistant coach. RJ Pena comes to Oregon State as the No. 1 high school recruit at 152 pounds and fifth overall nationally. Taylor Johnson, Jacob Lauderdale, Zach Lowry, Kyle Richardson, Scott Sakaguchi, Tyler Smith, Brian Tostberg and John Tuck round out the incoming group.

    2009-10 ATTENDANCE AVERAGE -- Oregon State averaged 1,184 in attendance per home meet this season The Beavers posted a season-high 3,018 against No. 13 Wisconsin and No. 8 Boise State in the Wrestling Endowment Fund Meet on Sunday, Nov. 22.

    LOOKING BACK AT LAST SEASON -- The Oregon State wrestling team went 10-8 in dual meets for the second season in a row. The team improved on its conference finish, coming in second to Boise State at the Pac-10 Tournament with a pair of NCAA Automatic Qualifiers coming out of the two-day tournament. The Beavers produced their first All-American in Heinrich Barnes at 149 pounds since Ty Watterson in 2007 after sending four to the NCAA Championships. The Beavers lost five seniors in Barnes, 125-pounder Jake Gonzales, 174-pounder Kyle Bressler, Ben Harris and Brandon Perkins.

    60TH ANNIVERSARY LEGENDARY GILL COLISEUM -- Legendary Gill Coliseum is the home to Oregon State's volleyball, men's and women's basketball, gymnastics and wrestling teams. The arena seats 10,400 for competitions on Ralph Miller Court. The building which opened in the winter of 1949-50 has seen several refurbishment projects in recent years and is on the docket for a major renovation. Gill has seen over 3,000 victories, 150+ All-Americans and more than 25 individual and team titles. The Oregon State Athletic Department is celebrating the 60th anniversary of legendary Gill Coliseum.

    WHAT'S NEXT FOR THE BEAVERS -- Oregon State has a week off from competition before it heads to Davis, Calif., for the 2010 Pac-10 Championships. The two-day event begins on Friday, Feb. 26.

    Support Oregon State University Athletics by making your tax deductible donation to the Beaver Athletic Student Fund. For more information follow this link or call 541-737-2370. You can make an "everyday champion." Follow Beaver Athletics on twitter.
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    OSU definitively have a great bunch of kids. THis weekend will be a very good test of measuring where they are really at.

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    I'll bet 50 pushups with anyone here that OSU wins the dual over BSU. I'll give my best guess breakdown of the dual later this afternoon.
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    How about 50 turnovers?

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    Meet Kelly Kubec


    Sophomore Kelly Kubec aims to advance to the NCAA Championships this season.

    Feb. 11, 2010

    Sophomore Kelly Kubec had a successful high school career in which he won three state championships. As a redshirt freshman he earned second place in the Pac-10 Championships for the 2008-2009 season. Despite his success with wrestling, Kelly will continually push himself in order to reach his goal of becoming a National Champion.

    How long have you been wrestling for?

    "I started when I was four, and started competitively around middle school. I have an older brother who is three years older than me, and he did it one year. He's my older brother and obviously I look up to him and wanted to do the same thing."

    What has made you want to stick with it for so long?

    "I've been successful, that helps. I have fun doing it. I like the physical contact of it, and also the one-on-one aspect. I do pretty well because you only have to worry about yourself."

    What would you consider to be the hardest thing about wrestling?

    "Wrestling for Jim Zalesky. Going through Jim Zalesky's practices is probably the most difficult thing. He knows how to push us. The guy obviously worked extremely hard when he was competing and through his collegiate career, so he knows how to get the best results, which is through a lot of hard work."

    What would say is your biggest achievement in wrestling so far?

    "I would say earning a scholarship to come to Oregon State. My competitive goals I haven't reached so far, in terms of what I want to accomplish. I want to be a national champ. I'm always looking forward, so it's hard to judge my performance in wrestling so far because I haven't accomplished the ultimate goal. The scholarship, making college affordable to my parents, is a big part of it and a big step to getting to reach my goal of being a national champ. The first step is getting into the school where you can compete and then accomplish your goals."

    What are you thinking right before you step on the mat?
    "That it's only seven minutes. I don't have two halves, I don't have four quarters, I have seven minutes. I just try to tell myself to go as hard as I can for the seven minutes that I'm out there and hopefully good results will come. It's all a mind game, telling yourself what the body wants to hear."

    Do you hope to continue with wrestling after college?

    "The thought of wrestling after college has crossed my mind. I really don't know at this point. I'd like to pursue my career and try to get into law school. If the opportunity presented itself to compete after college I'd probably take it, especially if I knew I could be competitive. Down the line, I intend to be involved at some level whether that's coaching my kids or helping out at a high school or something along those lines."

    What is your major? What do you plan on doing with it?

    "My major is Business Administration and I'm going to minor in history. I'm just focusing on getting good grades. Hopefully I'll study for the LSATs. My dream career would be a politician. I'm pretty political."

    What do you like to do for fun?

    "I like to play Frisbee golf. If I can get up to the mountain and snowboard, that's ideal, but it's hard because we're a winter sport. I like hanging out with the guys. We're a really close team."

    What is your favorite movie?

    "The Shawshank Redemption. It's a really good plant and Andy Dufresne is a genius, he makes it all come together."

    Do you have any hidden talents?

    "I'm not a bad cook. I like cooking fried tacos."

    Describe your perfect day.

    "No wrestling practice. I'd want to be on the beach somewhere. I'd like to relax, have no school, no homework. It's not too hard to please me."

    Where do you see yourself in 10-20 years?

    "There are a lot of different places I could be. I'll hopefully be in a law firm or in a partnership with someone. I'd maybe be a public defender and help out people who can't afford it. Hopefully I'm on the Hall of Fame at Oregon State and have one of these banners in here [Gill Coliseum]."
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    No. 14 Wrestling Falls to No. 12 Boise State in Final Pac-10 Dual


    Junior Colby Covington won his 11th straight match on Friday evening.

    Feb. 12, 2010

    Boise, Idaho ? Ninth-ranked junior Colby Covington (Springfield, Ore.) improved to 11 straight with a close 3-1 win over No. 16 Nate Lee at 174 pounds, but the No. 14 Oregon State wrestling team fell to No. 12 Boise State, 21-12, on Friday evening in front of a crowd of 3,482 in Taco Bell Arena.

    After falling behind in the first pair of matches, 9-0, Oregon State rebounded with back-to-back wins by redshirt sophomore No. 15 Jason Lara (Midway City, Calif.) at 125 pounds with a 3-1 overtime decision over Alan Bartelli, and sophomore No. 16 Kelly Kubec (Lake Stevens, Wash.) at 133 pounds with a 13-7 decision over Benjamin DeMuelle.

    Still holding a three-point advantage, Boise State added nine more in the 141 through 157 pound matches before senior Dan Brascetta (Aurora, Colo.) earned his seventh straight victory in a 13-9 decision over Michael Cuthbertson at 165 pounds.

    After a scoreless first period, Lee scored first with an escape in the second period, but a takedown followed by an escape in the third period secured the win for Covington, who avenged a 6-2 loss from the last time the two teams met.

    But that would be the last win for the Beavers of the night as the Broncos took the 184 pound match to secure wins in six of the 10 bouts.

    Oregon State falls to 18-2, 6-2 Pac-10, snapping an 17-meet winning streak, the longest since 1984. Boise State improves to 14-3, 7-0 Pac-10.

    Oregon State finishes the regular season at No. 8 Oklahoma on Sunday at 12:00 p.m. PT.
    OSU BSU
    197 Pounds ? Matt Casperson (BSU) decision over Chad Hanke (OSU), 6-4 (OT) 0 3
    Heavyweight ? Sam Zylstra (BSU) fall over No. 13 Clayton Jack (OSU), 4:22 0 9
    125 Pounds ? No. 15 Jason Lara (OSU) decision over Alan Bartelli (BSU), 3-1 (OT) 3 9
    133 Pounds ? No. 16 Kelly Kubec (OSU) decision over Benjamin DeMuelle (BSU), 13-7 6 9
    141 Pounds ? No. 4 Levi Jones (BSU) decision over No. 20 Mike Mangrum (OSU), 12-6 6 12
    149 Pounds ? No. 6 Jason Chamberlain (BSU) decision over RJ Pena (OSU), 8-5 6 15
    157 Pounds ? No. 3 Adam Hall (BSU) decision over No. 13 Keegan Davis (OSU), 4-2 6 18
    165 Pounds ? Dan Brascetta (OSU) decision over Michael Cuthbertson (BSU), 13-9 9 18
    174 Pounds ? No. 9 Colby Covington (OSU) decision over No. 16 Nate Lee (BSU), 3-1 12 18
    184 Pounds ? No. 1 Kirk Smith (BSU) decision over Ty Vinson (OSU), 8-2 12 21

    Oregon State Notes ? Junior Colby Covington moves to 10th all-time in career winning percentage (.872) with a 34-5 overall record ? Redshirt sophomore Jason Lara becomes the sixth wrestler this season to reach 30 wins; he earned his first overtime win tonight.
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