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Beavers Set for Oklahoma State Quad

Jan 8, 2021

Oregon State Notes

On Tap • January 10, 2021 • Stillwater, Okla.

10 a.m. vs. Little Rock
12 p.m. at Oklahoma State
2 p.m. vs. Chattanooga

Oregon State Probable Lineup
Wt.    Wrestler
125 - Brandon Kaylor
133 - Devan Turner
-or-    Jason Shaner
141 - Grant Willits
149 -  Lane Stigall
-or-    Riley Gurr
157 -  Hunter Willits
165 -  Aaron Olmos
-or -  Matthew Olguin
174 -  Colton Beisley
184 -  Ryan Reyes
-or-     Jackson McKinney
197 -  J.J. Dixon
HWT -  Brian Barnes

Week Two
• Oregon State heads back on the road for three more duals when the Beavers visit Stillwater's Gallagher-Iba Arena to take on host Oklahoma State (12 p.m.) as well as Little Rock (10 a.m.) and Chattanooga (2 p.m.).
• OSU is meeting Chattanooga for the first time since 2007 and is 1-2 all-time versus the Mocs. The Beavers are meeting Little Rock for the second time after a 42-0 win last season. Lastly, Oregon State is 0-19 against Oklahoma State; the teams last met in 2005.
• Chris Pendleton, Oregon State's head coach, wrestled at Oklahoma State from 2001-05. He was a two-time National Champion and three-time All-American as a Cowboy, totaling a 118-12 career record.

Willits With Two Ranked Wins
• Grant Willits picked up a pair of ranked victories on Sunday. He defeated No. 20 Dylan Droegemueller (NDSU), 5-2, and No. 27 Clay Carlson (SDSU), 3-0.
• Willits is 42-19 lifetime and 23-6 in dual matches.
• He is 22-12 in matches won by decision.

Reyes Makes His Debut
• Ryan Reyes made his Oregon State debut last week in Fargo and went 2-1 with a pair of decisions. He defeated North Dakota State's TJ Pottinger, 4-1, and South Dakota State's Nick Casperson, 8-4, to open his OSU career. He ended his day with a narrow loss to No. 19 Jeremiah Kent (Missouri), 4-3.
• Reyes transferred from Fresno State after going 5-7 for the Bulldogs in 2019-20.

Kaylor's Strong Start
• Brandon Kaylor was one of three Beavers to win two matches in Fargo, joining Ryan Reyes and Grant Willits. Like Reyes, Kaylor won his first two matches by decision - 9-6 over NDSU's Ryan Henningson and 9-5 over No. 27 Danny Vega (SDSU). And like Reyes, he narrowly lost his last match of the day, 8-6 to Missouri's Connor Brown.
• Kaylor is 21-7 lifetime at OSU and 13-3 in duals.

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