Beavers Battled Injury Bug

June 14, 2002

Oregon State had high expectations heading into the wrestling postseason, but injuries helped limit the Beavers to fourth in the Pacific-10 Championships and 31st at the NCAA Championships. OSU had gone 12-8 in dual meets against some of the nation's toughest competition, and the Beavers were 7-2 in Pacific-10 duals.

The Beavers did have an All-American in 174-pounder Nathan Coy, who placed fourth in the nation. And OSU had three Pac-10 champions - Coy, 184-pounder Isaac Weber and heavyweight Jason Cooley.

'There were some times it looked like things were coming together for us,' said Joe Wells, who wrapped up his 10th season as OSU's head coach. 'We wrestled tough against some great teams, and we were really looking forward to seeing what we were capable of in the big meets. But we had some people get hurt at the wrong times, and some others didn't wrestle up to the level we'd hoped for consistently, and the result was that we didn't finish as highly at either meet as we expect to.'

The injury bug bit hardest as Oregon State hosted the Pacific-10 Championships at Gill Coliseum.

Casey Horn, who had become one of the conference's top pinners before suffering a knee injury in late January, returned for the Pac-10 meet but suffered a dislocated elbow in the quarterfinals and was done for the tournament.

'That really cost us,' Wells said. 'Casey was seeded third in a very tough weight class, but he had the chance to place and also score us some bonus points with pins.'

The Beavers also lost 149-pounder Jordan Barich to an arm injury. Barich was unseeded, but won his preliminary-round match before being hurt; he managed to stay on the mat for the completion of his quarterfinal loss and then was unable to compete in the wrestlebacks.

'Jordan could have picked us up a few more points, especially if he'd been able to go in the wrestlebacks,' Wells said.

The Beavers did qualify five wrestlers for the NCAA Championships, as 125-pounder Michael Delaney and 197-pounder Jason Lovell joined the three conference champs. But Lovell aggravated a neck injury in practice the week before the NCAA meet and was not able to compete.

'Jason had been wrestling better as the season went on,' Wells said. 'He looked ready to reach the next level, but with the injury he had there was no way he could safely wrestle. He would have scored us some points at the NCAAs, though, if he'd been healthy.'

Despite the disappointment in the postseason, the Beavers took positive steps during the year.

Twice, Beavers knocked off wrestlers who were ranked second nationally. Horn defeated Minnesota 141-pounder Chad Erickson 6-5 in a dual meet in Minneapolis, and Weber upset Michigan 184-pounder Andy Hrovat in a 7-7 tiebreaker during a dual meet at Gill Coliseum.

Coy, Weber and Cooley all reeled off 11-match winning streaks that propelled them to Pac-10 titles. Cooley, having struggled against Arizona State's Kellan Fluckiger and Oregon's Eric Webb in 2001, defeated both en route to another conference heavyweight crown.

'We had four seniors in our lineup who will be hard to replace,' Wells said, referring to Coy, Weber, Cooley and 133-pounder Nathan Navarro. 'But the quality of the kids in our program has continued to rise, and we're seeing that pay off in the room. People are competing for places in the lineup, and they've had to get better to step on the mat on the weekends (in meets). We were able to redshirt some people this year who should be able to step in next season and be competitive right away.'

OREGON STATE AT NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS: Oregon State 174-pounder Nathan Coy earned All-America honors by placing fourth in his weight class March 23 as the NCAA Wrestling Championships concluded in Albany. N.Y. Coy, a senior who had been seeded 11th entering the tournament, earned his first All-America finish and it was the 81st time an OSU wrestler has earned All-America honors.

The Beavers finished 31st in the team standings. Minnesota won, followed by Iowa State, Oklahoma, Iowa and Oklahoma State.

Coy, a 2-time Pacific-10 champion, won 5 straight matches in the wrestleback bracket before losing to third-seeded Josh Koscheck of Edinboro by a 9-1 major decision in the third-place final. Earlier Saturday, Coy had beaten sixth-seeded Rick Springman of Pennsylvania 7-1 in the wrestleback semifinals.

'Nathan did a great job,' OSU coach Joe Wells said. 'He worked on top and he really dominated his opponents in the riding position. He put a lot of pressure on them and didn't let them move much; he didn't allow them to generate any momentum. I think the big relief for him was when he passed into the All-America round; then he really stepped it up.'

Coy finished his OSU career with an 85-42 record. His win in the wrestleback semis avenged a 5-2 loss to Springman in the second round.

'I think Nathan held back a little the first time he wrestled Springman,' Wells said. 'He had a decent match, but it wasn't the way we know he can wrestle.'

In the wrestleback semifinals, Coy and Springman battled without a score through most of the first period until Coy managed a takedown just before time ran out. Coy escaped to start the third period and go in front 3-0, putting the pressure on Springman. In the third period, Coy rode Springman most of the way and turned him for a 3-point near-fall before Springman escaped near the end of the match.

Koscheck then lived up to his seeding in the third-place final.

'He's just a big, strong, athletic wrestler,' Wells said of Koscheck. 'He was ready for that match.'

Coy was the last Beaver wrestler competing. OSU junior 125-pounder Michael Delaney, senior 184-pounder Isaac Weber and senior heavyweight Jason Cooley had been eliminated earlier. Junior 197-pounder Jason Lovell qualified but was scratched due to injury.

'We felt going in that we had a shot at getting 3 or 4 All-Americans,' Wells said. 'But we had to wrestle well and things had to go right for us, especially at heavyweight where it was such a fantastic field. It was the same with Isaac, and that was probably fairly typical of the national tournament where the top-seeded guys were getting beat. It threw some of the top guys into the wrestleback bracket, and all of a sudden they know that if they lose, they're not even going to get All-America after they'd been going for a national championship. It was an unusual tournament in many aspects.'

OREGON STATE AT PACIFIC-10 CHAMPIONSHIPS: Oregon State had 3 individual champions as the Pacific-10 Conference Wrestling Championships wrapped up March 3 at OSU's Gill Coliseum. Nathan Coy repeated as champion at 174 pounds, Jason Cooley regained the title at heavyweight and Isaac Weber won his first crown at 184 pounds as the Beavers finished fourth in the team race.

Boise State won the team championship, followed by Oregon, Arizona State and OSU. The 3 individual champions were the most for Oregon State since the Beavers had 4 in 1995.

'Congratulations to the seniors on their championships,' OSU coach Joe Wells said of Cooley, Coy and Weber. 'They've all dealt with adversity, injury, etcetera, etcetera and done a great job this season. They've continued to improve.'

Also qualifying for the NCAA Championships were Jason Lovell, who placed third at 197 pounds, and Michael Delaney, who placed fourth at 125. Oregon State 133-pounder Nathan Navarro and 165-pounder Jed Pennell both placed sixth.

'Congratulations also to Michael and Jason on qualifying for nationals for the first time,' Wells said. 'It was a fine finish to the tournament, considering the horrific beginning we had.'

OSU lost 141-pounder Casey Horn and 149-pounder Jordan Barich to injury in the first session.

'I thought we fought well and dealt with the adversity as a team and bounced back,' Wells said. 'It was just a real topsy-turvy tournament with all these seeded athletes being knocked off. There was no respect for the No. 1 guy.'

Coy won as a No. 1 seed, but Cooley and Weber were both No. 2 seeds who knocked off the top seeds in their weight class.

Coy became the first Beaver to win back-to-back Pacific-10 titles since Oscar Wood won at 142 pounds in 1998 and 149 in 1999. He beat Cal Poly's Steve Strange 7-3 in a rematch of last year's 174-pound final, in which Coy had pinned Strange.

This time, Coy had to score a takedown with 24 seconds remaining to take a 4-3 lead; he was also awarded a 3-point near-fall as time expired.

'Nathan was going for the points at the end,' Wells said. 'He scooped him up last year with a cradle and it was close to same situation this year, but Nathan got him turned and got the near-fall at the end.'

Cooley had won the heavyweight title as a sophomore in 2000, then was beaten in the final last season. Arizona State's Kellan Fluckiger, who had beaten Cooley 8-5 in last season's final, was again his opponent in another championship rematch.

The match was scoreless and neither wrestler had riding time going into the third period. Cooley, on top to start the period, was awarded a point after Fluckiger received 2 stall warnings; he also accumulated enough riding time for a point before Fluckiger escaped with 36 seconds left. When neither wrestler scored the rest of the way, Cooley had regained the heavyweight title.

'Jason is wrestling real well,' Wells said at the time. 'He's learning to win the close matches and using his conditioning. That will be real important for him - to keep his cool and composure at nationals. It's a good field, but he'll be as good as anyone there. He needs to wrestle in similar fashion, and he'll be right in hunt.'

Weber ran his winning streak to 11 with a 4-3 sudden-victory win over Jeremy Wilson, who had beaten Weber 6-4 in a November dual meet. After falling behind 3-1 when Wilson scored a takedown with 59 seconds left in the third period, Weber managed an escape with 53 seconds left; a second stall warning against Wilson tied the match with 16 seconds to go in regulation.

In the 1-minute overtime, Wilson was again warned for stalling with 20 seconds remaining. That handed the victory to Weber.

'He's also in there with any of them, right there with them,' Wells said of Weber. 'He's having a great year; he's having a lot of fun and sure enjoying it. He's coming right up against graduation and he'll be making a trip to Europe this spring for his undergraduate studies - what better way to finish off his academic year than with All-America status or a national title.'

OREGON STATE HEAD COACH JOE WELLS: Joe Wells, now in his 10th season as Oregon State's head coach, has led the Beavers to a Pacific-10 title and 4 top-10 finishes at the NCAA Championships.

The Beavers' 25-10 win over then-No. 11 Boise State in 2001 was Wells' 100th dual meet win at OSU. Since taking over the Beaver program prior to the 1992-93 season, Wells is 115-69-1 for a winning percentage of .624.

The Beavers were Pacific-10 Conference champions under Wells in 1994 and he has twice been named the conference's Coach of the Year. OSU has finished in the top 10 at the NCAA Championships 4 times in Wells' tenure, placing second in 1995, fourth in 1994, eighth in 1996 and tying for ninth in 1998.

Under Wells, OSU has had 2 national champions, 15 All-Americans and 16 conference champions.

Wells was named the ASICS Oregon Wrestling Classic's Man of the Year for 1998 for his contributions to wrestling in the state.

Wells, who has coached numerous World Teams for the United States, is a 1972 Iowa graduate. He was a 2-time placer at the Big Ten meet and the 1976 U.S. Wrestling Federation freestyle champ. He spent 17 seasons as an assistant coach at Iowa and Michigan before coming to Oregon State.

OREGON STATE TEAM AWARDS: Nathan Coy was named the Most Outstanding Wrestler at Oregon State for the 2001-02 season when the Beavers held their year-end awards ceremony June 2 at the Valley Football Center. Isaac Weber and Casey Horn shared the Chad Flack Memorial Award for Most Improved Wrestler, Mike Unger was named the Most Promising Newcomer and Jed Pennell earned the Academic Excellence Award.

Named Most Outstanding Wrestler, Coy, a senior 174-pounder, won his second straight Pacific-10 championship and placed fourth at the NCAA Championships to earn All-America honors for the first time in his career. He was 22-7 on the season, including 11-3 in dual meets, and had an 11-match winning streak near the end of the season.

To share the Chad Flack Award for most improved, Weber, a senior 184-pounder, won his first Pacific-10 title and qualified for the NCAA Championships. He had a 25-12 record on the season, including 13-5 in dual meets, and had an 11-match winning streak.

To share the Chad Flack Award for most improved, Horn, a junior 141-pounder, recorded a team-high 8 pins and beat several nationally-ranked wrestlers before his season was curtailed by injury and then cut short at the Pacific-10 Championships. He finished with a 19-8 record, including 11-3 in dual meets.

To earn Most Promising Newcomer, Unger, a freshman 141-pounder, redshirted but wrestled in open tournaments and finished third in the Pacific Lutheran Open, the Clackamas Open and the Pacific Open en route to an 18-5 record. He also placed seventh at the University Nationals in Greco-Roman and third at the FILA Junior Nationals in Greco-Roman.

To earn the Academic Excellence Award, Pennell, a sophomore 165-pounder has maintained a 3.81 grade point average while majoring in Exercise and Sport Science. He was named to the Pacific-10 All-Academic Team and also went 18-13 this season, placing sixth in the Pac-10.

COY, HORN, DANIELS HONORED AT BENNY AWARDS: Three Oregon State wrestlers were honored at the OSU athletic department's annual year-end Benny Awards ceremony in Gill Coliseum on June 4. Senior 174-pounder Nathan Coy (Oregon City, Ore./Oregon City HS) was named the school's Male Athlete of the Year; junior 141-pounder Casey Horn (Salem, Ore./North Salem HS) received the Robert Byers Spirit Award; and freshman 197-pounder Adam Daniel received the Glenn Klein Community Service Award.

Coy posted a 22-7 record at 174 pounds. He won his second straight Pacific-10 Conference title and proceeded to earn his first All-America honor by placing fourth at the NCAA Championships. Coy won 11 consecutive matches during the course of the season and posted two victories over nationally ranked opponents.

Horn received the Robert Byers Spirit Award, named in honor of the late crew athlete who died a few days prior to the award ceremony. Horn battled knee and elbow injuries throughout the season but still managed to post a 19-7 record with a team-high 8 pins and a win over the second-ranked wrestler in the country in his weight class.

Daniel received the Glenn Klein Community Service Award. Daniel was 1 of 2 athletes to receive the award, which was presented for his work in a number of projects in both the OSU and Corvallis communities during the year.

OREGON STATE PAC-10 ALL-ACADEMIC PICKS: Four OSU wrestlers were named to the Pacific-10 Conference All-Academic Team. Jed Pennell and Isaac Weber were named to the first team, Brad Wahrlich was named to the second team and Casey Horn earned honorable mention.

To be eligible for the team, a student-athlete must have a minimum 3.0 overall grade point average and be a starter or significant substitute.

Pennell, a sophomore from Cave Junction, Ore. (Illinois Valley HS), has a 3.80 GPA and is majoring in Exercise and Sport Science. This season, he was 18-13 with 2 pins and placed sixth in the Pacific-10 at 165 pounds.

Weber, a senior from Newberg, Ore. (Newberg HS), has a 3.20 GPA and is majoring in Political Science. This season, he was 25-12 with 2 pins, won the Pacific-10 championship at 184 pounds and advanced to the NCAA Championships.

Wahrlich, a senior from Alamo, Calif. (De La Salle HS), has a 3.20 GPA and is majoring in Art. This season, he had a 6-2 record with 2 pins at 165 pounds.

Horn, a junior from Salem, Ore. (North Salem HS), has a 3.04 GPA and is majoring in Human Development and Family Studies. This season, he was 19-8 with 8 pins; he was seeded third in the Pacific-10 Championships but suffered an elbow injury in his first match that knocked him out of the tournament.

OREGON STATE SECOND IN ALL-TIME DUAL MEET WINS: OSU rates as one of the best dual meet teams in collegiate wrestling history. The Beavers were second in all-time dual meet wins among Division I schools and fourth in all-time dual meet winning percentage going into the 2001-02 season. Through the end of the 2002 season, OSU has an all-time dual meet record of 849-261-24 and a .759 winning percentage.

OREGON STATE'S DUAL MEET SCHEDULE: OSU faced one of the nation's toughest dual meet schedules. The Beavers met 7 teams ranked in the National Wrestling Coaches Association poll of March 7: No. 1 Minnesota, No. 2 Michigan, No. 4 Oklahoma State, No. 11 Illinois, No. 14 Arizona State, No. 20 Fresno State and No. 24 Boise State.

OREGON STATE IN GILL COLISEUM: Oregon State has one of the finest homes in college wrestling, 10,400-seat Gill Coliseum. Having completed their 46th season in Gill Coliseum, the Beavers have a home dual meet record of 352-65-5 in the arena for a winning percentage of .839. This season, OSU was 6-3 at home and averaged 836 fans per home date.

OSU moved its home wrestling meets into Gill Coliseum in 1956-57, when Dale Thomas became head coach. Since then, the arena has hosted conference championship meets 14 times, including 2002, and it was the site of the NCAA Championships in 1961 and 1980.

BOWLBY EARNS USA WRESTLING BELT FOR 2001: Oregon State heavyweight Andy Bowlby was the winner of the USA Wrestling's 2001 Championship Belt Series for University-level wrestlers. Bowlby, an OSU junior from Newberg, Ore., won both the freestyle and Greco-Roman titles at the University National Championships and also earned a silver medal in freestyle at the Pan American Championships.

USA Wrestling's University National Championships cover the freestyle and Greco-Roman styles, while the NCAA Championships are for collegiate, or 'folkstyle' competition.

USA Wrestling is the governing body for the sport in the United States. Based on a point system, it crowns Championship Belt Series winners in each of its age-group levels: Cadet, Junior, FILA Junior World, University and Senior levels. Athletes only receive points on the specific age level where they compete, and points cannot transfer from one age level to another age level.

Bowlby claimed the University level Championship Belt Series with 163 points, defeating runner-up Jamill Kelly of Stillwater, Okla. by 40 points. University athletes are 18-24 years old and their class has graduated from high school.

The Belt Series is based upon a point system, rewarding athletes for actual success in competition. Athletes who place in the major USA Wrestling events on the regional, national and international levels scored points in the series.

BEAVER WRESTLING HOMECOMING: Oregon State held its annual Beaver Wrestling Homecoming on Dec. 12, when a crowd of 1,356 saw the Beavers beat archrival Oregon 16-16 by criteria. Oregon State welcomed back 21 former wrestlers and legendary head coach Dale Thomas. The alums on hand accounted for 26 individual conference titles, 17 All-America finishes and 7 NCAA national titles.

CRITERIA DECIDES SEASON'S FIRST CIVIL WAR: Oregon State won the season's first Civil War dual meet over Oregon on Dec. 12 as OSU heavyweight Andy Bowlby's 1-1 win over 12th-ranked Eric Webb left the final team score at 16-16. But, under a tiebreaker rule in effect for all NCAA dual meets this season, the Beavers got the team victory.

The rule had previously been in effect only for dual-meet tournaments, in which a winning team had to be decided to advance in the bracket. A set of criteria is used to break the tie, and OSU won on criteria g, which awards the victory to the team with the most near-fall points. OSU 174-pounder Nathan Coy scored the only near-fall of the meet with a 2-pointer in his 10-1 win over Shane Webster.

To end the dual, Bowlby held Webb down for the 30-second tiebreaker at heavyweight to earn what went in the books as a 1-1 win. Most of the crowd of 1,356 left the building thinking the dual had ended in a tie, but officials were thumbing through the rule books to find the list of criteria in order to declare a winner.

In order, the criteria are most victories (that night, 5 each), most 6-point wins (none), most 5-point technical falls (none), most 4-point technical falls (none), most major decisions (1 each), most decisions (4 each) and greater number of total near-fall points earned (Oregon State 2, Oregon 0).

OREGON STATE SHUTS OUT CENTRAL WASHINGTON: Oregon State recorded its first shutout of the season when it beat Central Washington 44-0 in the Oregon State Duals on Nov. 23 at Gill Coliseum. It was the Beavers' first shutout since a 45-0 win at Cal State-Fullerton late in the 2001 season.

OREGON STATE'S QUADRUPLE-HEADER: When Oregon State wrestled 4 meets at the Oregon State Duals on Nov. 23, it was the first time the Beavers had wrestled 4 duals in a day since Jan. 11, 1997 at the Virginia Duals. This year, OSU beat Portland State 36-3, Central Washington 44-0, Pacific (Ore.) 32-6 and Simon Fraser 40-9; in 1997, OSU beat Cornell 30-10, Indiana 22-13, Cornell 20-13 and lost to Arizona State 23-13.

BEAVERS IN THE NATIONAL RANKINGS: Here's where Oregon State wrestlers were in this season's national rankings:

TEAMAm.Wr.News	InterMatPre	NR	Pre	23rdNational Wrestling Coaches AssociationDec. 5	24thDec. 12	25thDec. 19	25thJan. 9	NRJan. 16	NRJan. 23	NRJan. 30	NRFeb. 6	NRFeb. 13	NRFeb. 20	NRFeb. 27	NRMar. 6	NRMar. 13	NRNATHAN NAVARRO, 133Am.Wr.News	InterMatPre	10th	Pre	12thOct. 25	9th	Nov. 14	10th		Nov. 21	15thNov. 27	13th	Nov. 27	16thDec. 5	17th	Dec. 5	16thDec. 12	16th	Dec. 12	17thDec. 19	16th	Dec. 19	18thJan. 2	NR	Jan. 2	20thJan. 9	NR	Jan.9	19thJan. 16	17th	Jan. 16	15thJan. 23	18th	Jan. 23	15thJan. 30	NR	Jan. 30	18thFeb. 6	NR	Feb. 6	18thFeb. 13	NR	Feb. 13	19thFeb. 20	NR	Feb. 20	19thFeb. 27	NR	Feb. 27	19thMar. 6	NR	Mar. 6	NRMar. 13	NR	Mar. 13	NRCASEY HORN, 141Am.Wr.News	InterMatPre	NR	Pre	NROct. 25	NR	Nov. 14	NR		Nov. 21	NRNov. 27	NR	Nov. 27	NRDec. 5	18th	Dec. 5	NRDec. 12	20th	Dec. 12	NRDec. 19	20th	Dec. 19	NRJan. 2	NR	Jan. 2	NRJan. 9	19th	Jan. 9	NRJan. 16	19th	Jan. 16	15thJan. 23	18th	Jan. 23	13thJan. 30	20th	Jan. 30	11thFeb. 6	20th	Feb. 6	11thFeb. 13	20th	Feb. 13	10thFeb. 20	20th	Feb. 20	11thFeb. 27	20th	Feb. 27	13thMar. 6	NR	Mar. 6	NRMar. 13	NR	Mar. 13	NRJED PENNELL, 165Am.Wr.News	InterMatPre	18th	Pre	19thOct. 25	18th	Nov. 14	18th		Nov. 21	NRNov. 27	NR	Nov. 27	NRDec. 5	NR	Dec. 5	NRDec. 12	NR	Dec. 12	NRDec. 19	NR	Dec. 19	NRJan. 2	NR	Jan. 2	NRJan. 9	NR	Jan. 9	NRJan. 16	NR	Jan. 16	NRJan. 23	NR	Jan. 23	NRJan. 30	NR	Jan. 30	NRFeb. 6	NR	Feb. 6	NRFeb. 13	NR	Feb. 13	NRFeb. 20	NR	Feb. 20	NRFeb. 27	NR	Feb. 27	NRMar. 6	NR	Mar. 6	NRMar. 13	NR	Mar. 13	NRNATHAN COY, 174Am.Wr.News	InterMatPre	6th	Pre	7thOct. 25	6th	Nov. 14	7th		Nov. 21	6thNov. 27	5th	Nov. 27	6thDec. 5	5th	Dec. 5	6thDec. 12	5th	Dec. 12	6thDec. 19	8th	Dec. 19	10thJan. 2	9th	Jan. 2	15thJan. 9	11th	Jan. 9	15thJan. 16	12th	Jan. 16	15thJan. 23	13th	Jan. 23	16thJan. 30	13th	Jan. 30	12thFeb. 6	13th	Feb. 6	12thFeb. 13	12th	Feb. 13	13thFeb. 20	12th	Feb. 20	13thFeb. 27	12th	Feb. 27	13thMar. 6	11th	Mar. 6	10thMar. 13	13th	Mar. 13	11thISAAC WEBER, 184Am.Wr.News	InterMatPre	NR	Pre	NROct. 25	NR	Nov. 14	NR		Nov. 21	NRNov. 27	NR	Nov. 27	NRDec. 5	NR	Dec. 5	19thDec. 12	NR	Dec. 12	20thDec. 19	NR	Dec. 19	20thJan. 2	NR	Jan. 2	20thJan. 9	NR	Jan. 9	NRJan. 16	NR	Jan. 16	NRJan. 23	17th	Jan. 23	NRJan. 30	16th	Jan. 30	NRFeb. 6	16th	Feb. 6	20thFeb. 13	16th	Feb. 13	16thFeb. 20	16th	Feb. 20	16thFeb. 27	15th	Feb. 27	16thMar. 6	15th	Mar. 6	16thMar. 13	14th	Mar. 13	16thJASON COOLEY, HWTAm.Wr.News	InterMatPre	12th	Pre	17thOct. 25	12th	Nov. 14	18th		Nov. 21	18thNov. 27	15th	Nov. 27	17thDec. 5	NR	Dec. 5	16thDec. 12	NR	Dec. 12	16thDec. 19	14th	Dec. 19	10thJan. 2	9th	Jan. 2	8thJan. 9	9th	Jan. 9	8thJan. 16	9th	Jan. 16	7thJan. 23	8th	Jan. 23	7thJan. 30	7th	Jan. 30	7thFeb. 6	7th	Feb. 6	7thFeb. 13	7th	Feb. 13	7thFeb. 20	7th	Feb. 20	7thFeb. 27	7th	Feb. 27	7thMar. 6	7th	Mar. 6	7thMar. 13	7th	Mar. 13	7th

BEAVERS IN THE CONFERENCE RANKINGS: Here's where Oregon State wrestlers were in this season's Pacific-10 rankings:

TEAMPre	2ndDec. 5	2ndJan. 9	2ndJan. 23	2ndFeb. 6	2ndFinal	2ndMICHAEL DELANEY, 125Pre	3rdDec. 5	NRJan. 9	NRJan. 23	NRFeb. 6	NRFinal	NRNATHAN NAVARRO, 133Pre	2ndDec. 5	3rdJan. 9	3rdJan. 23	3rdFeb. 6	3rdFinal	3rdCASEY HORN, 141Pre	NRDec. 5	3rdJan. 9	3rdJan. 23	3rdFeb. 6	3rdFinal	3rdJED PENNELL, 165Pre	2ndDec. 5	NRJan. 9	NRJan. 23	NRFeb. 6	NRFinal	NRNATHAN COY, 174Pre	1stDec. 5	1stJan. 9	1stJan. 23	1stFeb. 6	1stFinal	1stISAAC WEBER, 184Pre	2ndDec. 5	2ndJan. 9	2ndJan. 23	2ndFeb. 6	2ndFinal	2ndJASON LOVELL, 197Pre	3rdDec. 5	3rdJan. 9	3rdJan. 23	3rdFeb. 6	2ndFinal	2ndJASON COOLEY, HWTPre	3rdDec. 5	NRJan. 9	2ndJan. 23	2ndFeb. 6	2ndFinal	2ndANDY BOWLBY, HWTPre	NRDec. 5	3rdJan. 9	2ndJan. 23	NRFeb. 6	NRFinal	NR

OREGON STATE TELEVISED MEETS: Oregon State had a pair of its dual meets televised this season on a tape-delay basis by Fox Sports Net. The Beavers' home meet on Dec. 16 against Oklahoma State and the season's second Civil War on Feb. 13 at Oregon were shown.

MICHAEL DELANEY, 125 POUNDS: Junior Michael Delaney (Tracy, Calif./Brethren Christian HS) was in his first season in the OSU lineup ... career, 24-29 with 5 pins, team bonus points in 25 percent of matches (13 of 53) ... this season, 14-18 with 2 pins, team bonus points in 19 percent of matches (6 of 32) ... at NCAA Championships, unseeded, did not place, went 0-2; pinned by No. 7 seed Luke Eustice, Iowa, 6:47 in first round; major dec. by Marlon Felton, Northern Illinois, 9-0 in wrestleback preliminary round ... at Pacific-10 Championships, unseeded, placed fourth, went 3-2 with 0 pins; major dec. by Nathan Peterson, Stanford, 9-1 in preliminary round; dec. over Zach Enoch, Portland State, 7-4 in wrestleback preliminaries; major dec. over Robert Valenzuela, Cal State-Fullerton, 9-1 in wrestleback quarterfinals; dec. over No. 4 seed Matt Sanchez, Cal State-Bakersfield, 6-5 in wrestleback semifinals; major dec. by Nathan Peterson, Stanford, 12-2 in third-place final ... season summary, dec. by No. 14 Shaun Williams, Oregon, 12-7 in dual meet ... major dec. by No. 1 Stephen Abas, Fresno State, 14-5 in dual meet ... dec. by No. 9 A.J. Grant, Michigan, 4-1 in dual meet ... major dec. by No. 2 Leroy Vega, Minnesota, 9-1 in dual meet ... at Midlands Open, went 2-2 with 0 pins vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools; including dec. by No. 2 Leroy Vega, Minnesota, 9-3; medical forfeit over No. 14 Greg Schaefer, Indiana ... major dec. by No. 5 Jason Powell, Nebraska, 11-2 in dual meet ... at Las Vegas Classic, went 2-1 with 0 pins vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools; also had medical forfeit to No. 1 Stephen Abas, Fresno State ... opened season with 5-match win streak, including 2 pins, team bonus points in 3 matches ... at Southern Oregon Open, placed first, went 3-0 with 2 pins vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools.

ALE DeLaPENA, 125 POUNDS: Sophomore Ale DeLaPena (Benton City, Wash./Kiona-Benton HS, North Idaho JC) was in his first season as a part-time starter in OSU's lineup ... career and this season, 8-2 with 1 pin, team bonus points in 50 percent of matches (5 of 10) ... season summary, at Oregon State Duals, made dual meet debut with 2 wins ... at Southern Oregon Open, went 2-2 with 1 pin vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools.

NATHAN NAVARRO, 133 POUNDS: Senior Nathan Navarro (Ontario, Ore./Ontario HS) was in his fourth season in the OSU lineup ... moved up a weight this season after being starter at 125 pounds the last 3 seasons ... career, 87-54 with 10 pins, team bonus points in 21 percent of matches (30 of 141) ... this season, 19-10 with 1 pin, team bonus points in 24 percent of matches (7 of 29) ... at Pacific-10 Championships, seeded third, placed sixth, went 1-3 with 0 pins; dec. by Efren Ceballos, Cal State-Bakersfield, 8-6 in quarterfinals; major dec. over David Rodriguez, Cal State-Fullerton, 14-6 in wrestleback quarterfinals; dec. by No. 4 seed Urijah Faber, Cal-Davis, 8-1 in wrestleback semifinals; dec. by No. 2 seed Jason Harless, Oregon, 8-4 in fifth-place final ... season summary, dec. by No. 16 Derrick Hayes, Fresno State, 8-6 in dual meet ... dec. by No. 10 Foley Dowd, Michigan, 7-2 in dual meet ... at Midlands Open, went 3-2 with 0 pins vs. wrestlers from 4-year school ... out of lineup Dec. 1-Dec. 16 with minor injury ... at Las Vegas Classic, went 2-1 with 0 pins vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools; including dec. by No. 12 Travis Drake, Appalachian State, 8-3; also had medical forfeit to No. 17 Kelly McConnville, Wyoming ... opened season with 8-match win streak, including team bonus points in 4 matches ... at Southern Oregon Open, placed third, went 3-0 with 1 pin vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools.

CASEY HORN, 141 POUNDS: Junior Casey Horn (Salem, Ore./North Salem HS) was in his second season in the OSU lineup ... moved down a weight this season after being the starter at 149 pounds last season ... Pacific-10 All-Academic Team honorable mention ... received Robert Byers Spirit Award at athletic department's year-end Benny Awards ceremony ... missed last 4 dual meets with leg injury; knocked out of Pacific-10 meet with elbow injury in his first match ... led team with 8 pins ... won 9 of last 12 matches, including 3 by pin ... career, 28-26 with 12 pins, team bonus points in 31 percent of matches (17 of 54) ... this season, 19-8 with 8 pins, team bonus points in 41 percent of matches (11 of 27) ... at Pacific-10 Championships, seeded third, did not place, went 0-1 with 0 pins; inj. def. to Brad Metzler, Stanford, in quarterfinals due to dislocated elbow ... season summary, major dec. by No. 5 Cedric Haymon, Cal Poly, 10-2 in dual meet ... 6-match win streak from Jan. 6-Jan. 26, including team bonus points 4 times ... dec. over No. 2 Chad Erikson, Minnesota, 6-5 in dual meet ... at Midlands Open, went 3-2 with 1 pin vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools; including dec. by No. 12 Aaron Holker, Iowa State 11-4; dec. over No. 15 John Giacche, Northwestern, 4-3; major dec. by No. 9 Coyte Cooper, Indiana, 15-2 ... dec. over No. 20 Brian Watson, Oregon, 6-4 in dual meet ... at Las Vegas Classic, placed fourth, went 5-2 with 2 pins vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools; including dec. over No. 11 Clark Forward, Michigan, 7-5; dec. over No. 20 Ralph Lopez, Fresno State, 11-5; dec. by No. 6 Cedric Haymon, Cal Poly, 5-2 ... major dec. by No. 3 (133) David Douglas, Arizona State, 12-3 in dual meet ... at Oregon State Duals, recorded pins in all 3 matches.

PETER ZAMORA, 141 POUNDS/149 POUNDS: Junior Peter Zamora (Moses Lake, Wash./Moses Lake HS) was in his first season as a part-time starter in OSU's lineup ... career, 8-9 with 0 pins, team bonus points in 12 percent of matches (2 of 17) ... this season, 6-7 with 0 pins, team bonus points in 15 percent of matches (2 of 13) ... season summary, in lineup at 141 pounds late in season when Casey Horn was sidelined with leg injury ... at Southern Oregon Open, at 141 pounds, went 2-1 with 0 pins vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools.

JORDAN BARICH, 149 POUNDS: Freshman Jordan Barich (Newberg, Ore./Newberg HS) was in his first season in the OSU lineup ... knocked out of Pacific-10 meet due to injury ... career and this season, 7-14 with 1 pin, team bonus points in 20 percent of matches (4 of 20) ... at Pacific-10 Championships, unseeded, did not place, went 1-1 with 0 pins; dec. over Evan Larkin, Arizona State, 9-8 in preliminary round; pinned by No. 3 seed Thomas Juarez, Cal State-Bakersfield, 4:16 in quarterfinals; medical forfeit to Matt Cox, Cal Poly, in wrestleback quarterfinals due to arm injury ... season summary, tech. fall by No. 6 Mike Kulczycki, Michigan, 7:00 (24-9) in dual meet ... major dec. by No. 15 Ryan Berger, Illinois, 14-3 in dual meet ... pinned by No. 3 Jared Lawrence, Minnesota, 2:44 in dual meet ... at Las Vegas Classic, went 1-2 with 0 pins vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools; including pinned by No. 8 Jesse Jantzen, Harvard, 2:38 ... dec. by No. 1 (141) Eric Larkin, Arizona State, 12-3 in dual meet ... made dual meet debut at Oregon State Duals, going 3-0 with 1 pin and 2 major decisions.

MICAH HOUSTON, 157 POUNDS: Sophomore Micah Houston (Arlington, Tex./Arlington HS) was in his first season in the OSU lineup ... won 3 of last 7 matches ... career, 8-20 with 1 pin, team bonus points in 7 percent of matches (2 of 28) ... this season, 7-19 with 1 pin, team bonus points in 8 percent of matches (2 of 26) ... at Pacific-10 Championships, unseeded, did not place, went 1-2 with 0 pins; major dec. by Jeremiah Jarvis, Cal-Davis, 14-6 in preliminary round; dec. over Brian Cobb, Cal State-Bakersfield, 6-1 in wrestleback preliminary round; pinned by Leo Sanchez, Cal State-Fullerton, 0:51 in wrestleback quarterfinals ... season summary, major dec. by No. 19 Griff Powell, Illinois, 10-2 in dual meet ... tech. fall by No. 5 Ryan Bertin, Michigan, 5:48 in dual meet ...pinned by No. 3 Luke Becker, Minnesota, 6:20 in dual meet ... pinned by No. 3 Shane Roller, Oklahoma State, 0:36 in dual meet ... pinned by No. 1 Bryan Snyder, Nebraska, 2:00 in dual meet ... at Las Vegas Classic, went 0-2 with 0 pins vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools ... major dec. by No. 10 Rocky Smart, Arizona State, 10-2 in dual meet ... made dual meet debut at Oregon State Duals, going 2-1 with 1 pin ... at Southern Oregon Open, went 2-0 with 0 pins vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools.

JED PENNELL, 165 POUNDS: Sophomore Jed Pennell (Cave Juntion, Ore./Illinois Valley HS) was in his second season in the OSU lineup ... Pacific-10 All-Academic Team first team ... won 9 of last 14 matches, scoring team bonus points 3 times ... career, 35-24 with 5 pins, team bonus points in 25 percent of matches (15 of 59) ... this season, 18-12 with 2 pins, team bonus points in 23 percent of matches (7 of 30) ... at Pacific-10 Championships, unseeded, placed sixth, went 2-2 with 0 pins; dec. by No. 2 seed (No. 15) Burt Pierson, Cal-Davis, 13-7 in quarterfinals; dec. over Shawn Keinonen, Portland State, 8-5 in wrestleback preliminaries; dec. over John Garfinkel, Stanford, 6-1 in wrestleback quarterfinals; pinned by Nick Frost, Arizona State, 3:41 in wrestleback semifinals; dec. by No. 4 seed Brody Barrios, Cal Poly, 10-3 in fifth-place final ... season summary, dec. by No. 6 Eugene Harris, Oregon, 9-4 in dual meet ... dec. by No. 2 Matt Lackey, Illinois, 11-6 in dual meet ... dec. by No. 19 Charles Martelli, Michigan, 7-4 in dual meet ... at Midlands Open, went 3-2 with 0 pins vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools; including dec. by No. 6 John Hardy, Minnesota, 11-4 ... major dec. by No. 3 Tyrone Lewis, Oklahoma State, 18-6 in dual meet ... major dec. by No. 10 Eugene Harris, Oregon, 20-7 in dual meet ... at Las Vegas Classic, went 2-2 with 1 pin vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools ... major dec. by No. 14 Nick Frost, Arizona State, 20-8 in dual meet.

NATHAN COY, 174 POUNDS: Senior Nathan Coy (Oregon City, Ore./Oregon City HS) was in his third season in the OSU lineup ... named OSU's Male Athlete of the Year at athletic department's year-end Benny Awards ... won 16 of last 18 matches, scoring team bonus points 6 times ... career, 85-42 with 4 pins, team bonus points in 28 percent of matches (36 of 127) ... this season, 22-7 with 1 pin, team bonus points in 31 percent of matches (9 of 29) ... in final national rankings, nationally, No. 13 by AWN, No. 11 by IM ... at NCAA Championships, seeded 11th, placed fourth, went 6-2 with 0 pins; dec. over Gerald Harris, Cleveland State, 3-1 in first round; dec. by No. 6 seed Rick Springman, Pennsylvania, 5-2 in second round; dec. over Jim Stanec, Cornell, 6-1 in wrestleback second round; dec. over Nick Passolano, Iowa State, 2-0 in wrestleback third round; dec. over No. 12 seed John Kopinsky, Missouri, 4-1 in wrestleback fourth round; dec. over Michael Barger, Oklahoma, 5-2 in wrestleback quarterfinals; dec. over No. 6 seed Rick Springman, Pennsylvania, 7-1 in wrestleback semifinals; major dec. by No. 3 seed Josh Koscheck, Edinboro, 9-1 in third-place final ... at Pacific-10 Championships, seeded first, placed first, went 3-0 with 1 pin; pinned Chris Petrie, Arizona State, 5:58 in quarterfinals; inj. def. over (No. 4 seed) Quinn Collett, Portland State, in semifinals; dec. over No. 13 (No. 2 seed) Steve Strange, Cal Poly, 7-3 in championship final ... season summary, Jan. 26-March 15, 11-match win streak, scoring team bonus points 6 times ... dec. over No. 9 Steve Strange, Cal Poly, 3-1 in dual meet ... dec. by No. 2 Otto Olson, Michigan, 3-2 in dual meet ... dec. by No. 6 Jacob Volkmann, Minnesota, 5-0 in dual meet ... at Midlands Open, went 1-2 with 0 pins vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools; including dec. by No. 11 Jim Stanec, Cornell, 8-5 ... dec. by No. 9 Ty Wilcox, Oklahoma State, 5-3 in dual meet ... out of lineup Nov. 23-Dec. 1 for personal reasons ... at Southern Oregon Open, tied for first, went 1-0 with 0 pins vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools.

JAKE HUFFMAN, 174 POUNDS: Junior Jake Huffman (Scio, Ore./Scio HS) was in his third season as a part-time starter in the OSU lineup ... career, 25-25 with 3 pins, team bonus points in 16 percent of matches (8 of 50) ... this season, 14-5 with 1 pin, team bonus points in 26 percent of matches (5 of 19) ... season summary, at Midlands Open, went 2-2 with 0 pins vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools; including major dec. by No. 17 Greg Parker, Princeton, 14-0; dec. by No. 12 Gerald Harris, Cleveland State, 5-4 ... opened season with 10-match win streak, including team bonus points in 4 matches ... at Las Vegas Classic, placed eighth, went 3-3 with 0 pins vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools; including dec. by No. 6 Jim Stanec, Cornell, 6-4 ... at Southern Oregon Open, tied for first, going 4-0 with 1 pin vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools.

ISAAC WEBER, 184 POUNDS: Senior Isaac Weber (Newberg, Ore./Newberg HS) was in his fourth season in the OSU lineup ... Pacific-10 All-Academic Team first team ... won 12 of last 14 matches, scoring team bonus points 4 times ... career, 57-55 with 3 pins, team bonus points in 13 percent of matches (15 of 112) ... this season, 25-12 with 2 pins, team bonus points in 22 percent of matches (8 of 37) ... in final rankings, nationally, No. 14 by AWN, No. 16 by IM ... at NCAA Championships, unseeded, did not place, went 1-2 with 0 pins; pinned by Mark Becks, Penn State, 5:53 in preliminary round; dec. over Ali Arbi, Boston U., 8-6 in wrestleback preliminary round; major dec. by No. 5 seed Viktor Sveda, Indiana, 18-5 in wrestleback first round ... at Pacific-10 Championships, seeded second, placed first, went 3-0 with 0 pins; dec. over Will Carr, Arizona State, 10-3 in quarterfinals; dec. over (No. 3 seed) Charles Sandlin, Cal Poly, 3-1 in semifinals; dec. over No. 20 (No. 1 seed) Jeremy Wilson, Portland State, 4-3 (OT) in championship final ... season summary, Jan. 12-March 3, won 11 straight matches, scoring team bonus points 4 times ... dec. over No. 2 Andy Hrovat, Michigan, 7-7 (2 OT) in dual meet ... dec. by No. 8 Damion Hahn, Minnesota, 6-3 in dual meet ... at Midlands Open, went 2-2 with 0 pins vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools; including dec. by No. 19 Ben Heizer, Northern Illinois, 3-2; dec. by No. 6 Damion Hahn, Minnesota, 6-3 ... major dec. by No. 3 Pat Popolizio, Oklahoma State, 11-2 in dual meet ... by No. 9 Travis Pascoe, Nebraska, 3-1 (OT) in dual meet ... at Las Vegas Classic, placed fifth, went 4-2 with 1 pin vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools; including dec. by No. 3 Andy Hrovat, Michigan, 6-1; pin over No. 10 Rob Rohn, Lehigh, 0:43 ... dec. by No. 10 Jeremy Wilson, Portland State, 6-4 in dual meet ... at Southern Oregon Open, placed third, went 2-1 with 0 pins vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools.

JASON LOVELL, 197 POUNDS: Junior Jason Lovell (Turner, Ore./Cascade HS) was in his third season in the OSU lineup ... won 9 of last 11 matches, scoring team bonus points 3 times ... career, 42-34 with 2 pins, team bonus points in 18 percent of matches (14 of 76) ... this season, 21-13 with 1 pin, team bonus points in 24 percent of matches (8 of 34) ... at NCAA Championships, qualified for meet but did not wrestle due to injury suffered in practice ... at Pacific-10 Championships, seeded second, placed third, went 3-1 with 0 pins; dec. over Randy Davidson, Portland State, 4-1 in quarterfinals; pinned by No. 3 seed David Schenk, Cal Poly, 1:41 in semifinals; major dec. over Jacob McGinnis, Boise State, 10-1 in wrestleback semifinals; dec. over Randy Davidson, Portland State, 5-2 in third-place final ... season summary, major dec. by No. 7 Kyle Smith, Michigan, 17-4 in dual meet ... pinned by No. 3 Owen Elzen, Minnesota, 6:08 in dual meet ... at Midlands Open, went 2-2 with 0 pins vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools; including tech. fall by No. 2 Owen Elzen, Minnesota, 3:59 (15-0) ... major dec. by No. 18 Will Gruenwald, Oklahoma State, 14-4 in dual meet ... pinned by No. 5 Justin Ruiz, Nebraska, 1:49 in dual meet ... had 6-match win streak from Nov. 23-30, including team bonus points in 3 matches ... at Las Vegas Classic, went 3-2 with 0 pins vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools; including dec. over No. 18 Eric Mausser, Clarion, 4-3; injury default to No. 11 Kyle Smith, Michigan ... dec. by No. 7 Erik Gladish, Arizona State, 8-3 in dual meet ... at Southern Oregon Open, placed second, went 2-1 with 1 pin vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools.

JASON COOLEY, HEAVYWEIGHT: Senior Jason Cooley (Anchorage, Alaska/Robert Service HS) is in his third season in the OSU lineup ... won 12 of last 14 matches, scoring team bonus points 5 times ... career, 71-25 with 4 pins, team bonus points in 27 percent of matches (26 of 96) ... this season, 18-6 with 0 pins, team bonus points in 17 percent of matches (4 of 24) ... in final rankings, nationally, No. 7 by AWN, No. 7 by IM ... at NCAA Championships, seeded seventh, did not place, went 2-2 with 0 pins; dec. over Jacob Lininger, Pittsburgh, 6-1 in preliminary round; dec. by No. 10 seed Kellan Fluckiger, Arizona State, 5-1 in first round; dec. over Craig Tefft, Binghamton, 13-4 in wrestleback first round; dec. by Steven Kovach, Navy, 3-2 in wrestleback second round ... at Pacific-10 Championships, seeded second, placed first, went 3-0 with 0 pins; major dec. over Flynn Ficker, Cal-Davis, 10-1 in quarterfinals; dec. over No. 17 (No. 3 seed) Eric Webb, Oregon, 4-2 in semifinals; dec. over No. 9 (No. 1 seed) Kellan Fluckiger, Arizona State, 2-1 in championship final ... season summary, Jan. 12-Mar. 21, 11-match winning streak, scoring team bonus points 4 times ... dec. over No. 18 Eric Webb, Oregon, 3-2 in dual meet ... dec. by No. 3 John Lockhart, Illinois, 3-2 in dual meet ... dec. by No. 5 Garrett Lowney, Minnesota, 4-1 in dual meet ... at Midlands Open, placed fifth, went 4-1 with 0 pins vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools; including pinned by No. 2 Tommy Rowlands, Ohio State, 2:13; dec. over No. 10 Kevin Hoy, Air Force, 3-1 ... Dec. 14-Dec. 30, 5-match win streak ... dec. over No. 13 James Huml, Oklahoma State, 1-1 (OT) in dual meet ... dec. by No. 16 Kellan Fluckiger, Arizona State, 7-5 in dual meet.

ANDY BOWLBY, HEAVYWEIGHT: Junior Andy Bowlby (Newberg, Ore./Newberg HS) is in his second season as a part-time starter in the OSU lineup ... has won 9 of last 10 matches, including 2 by pin ... career, 29-9 with 8 pins, team bonus points in 45 percent of matches (17 of 38) ... this season, 18-3 with 5 pins, team bonus points in 48 percent of matches (10 of 21) ... last week, did not wrestle ... season summary, pinned No. 15 Bronson Lingamfelter, Brown, 1:55 in dual meet ... at Midlands Open, placed eighth, went 4-1 with 1 pin vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools; including injury default over No. 18 Kellan Fluckiger, Arizona State; dec. by No. 14 Jason Cooley, Oregon State, 3-2 ... Dec. 1-Dec. 30, 6-match win streak, including 1 pin, team bonus points in 3 matches ... dec. over No. 12 Eric Webb, Oregon, 1-1 (OT) in dual meet ... opened season with 9-match win streak, including 3 pins, team bonus points in 5 matches ... at Las Vegas Classic, placed fifth, went 4-2 with 1 pin vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools; including dec. over No. 10 Jon Testa, Clarion, 9-3 ... at Southern Oregon Open, placed first, went 3-0 with 1 pin vs. wrestlers from 4-year schools.

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