Wrestling Featured on Beavers All Access
Dec. 9, 2008
Corvallis, Ore. - The Oregon State wrestling program will be featured on this week's Beavers All Access, first airing on Tuesday, Dec. 9, as part of a special series showcasing Oregon State's winter sports.
The wrestling feature will first air on FSN Northwest at 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday and will replay throughout the week. This episode and all Beavers All Access episodes are available on demand through Beaver Nation Online (BNO), the audio/visual service of www.OSUBeavers.com.
Fans will have a chance to get an inside look at the 2008-09 season and the strides that third year head coach Jim Zalesky has made to the program. A tour of the newly finished Sports Performance Complex, interviews with four wrestlers, a feature on sophomore Tim Patrick and a one-on-one with Zalesky will also be featured.
Oregon State currently boasts a 3-2 dual meet record as it readies for its conference opener and home opener this weekend against a pair of top opponents. The Beavers travel to No. 13 Boise State on Friday for a meet at 6:00 p.m. before returning home to host No. 5 Missouri on Sunday at 3:00 p.m. Tickets are still available by clicking here.
FSN Northwest reaches over one million households in Oregon and 3.5 million households in the Pacific Northwest. Oregon State games and shows replay on Fox College Sports (FCS) reaching more than 30 million households via satellite and cable systems throughout the country. For information on how to follow the Beavers on television, radio and online, click here.
FSN, FSN Northwest and FCS can be found in the Pacific Northwest and throughout the country on the channels listed below:
FSN NW (34) - Comcast Cable in OregonFSN (630-647) - Direct TVFSN (414-430) - Dish NetworkFCS (414) - ComcastFCS (415) - Direct TVFCS (426) - Dish Network
Let It Rage with Season Tickets
Season tickets are available for the 2008-09 wrestling season. The adult season ticket price is $42 and the youth/senior price is $26; all seating is general admission.
Season tickets can be purchased online at osubeavers.com or by calling the OSU Ticket Office located in Gill Coliseum Monday-Friday at 1-800-GO BEAVS.
Kids, Sign up for GenBeavs Today!
There is a full-blown youth uprising in Beaver Nation. The new official kids club for the Beavers is free. Sign up today by clicking here to take advantage of all the great ticket giveaways and promotions for the upcoming wrestling season.
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Oregon State Department of Athletics:Oregon State University is a member of the 'Conference of Champions' the Pac-10 Conference and supports approximately 500 student-athletes in 17 intercollegiate sports. The accomplishments of these student-athletes excelling in the classroom, in the community, in competition and in life are displayed in the innovative 'everyday champions' program. Beaver student-athletes have graduated and gone on to be business leaders, physicians, engineers, foresters, teachers, counselors, scientists and much more. Some have even won medals in the Olympics or made it to the NFL, NBA, WNBA, Major League Baseball and to other professional leagues.
Since 2000 over $115 million in facility and program enhancements have been completed for Beaver sports with another $40 million currently planned.
Oregon State is located in Corvallis, which is ranked in the top-15 nationally for livability, education, safety and sustainability.