Wrestling Opens New Year Versus Utah Valley Sunday
Oregon State Probable Lineup
125 - #15 Brandon Kaylor
133 - #16 Devan Turner or Jason Shaner
141 - #12 Grant Willits
149 - #29 Cory Crooks or Lane Stigall
157 - #17 Hunter Willits
165 – Matthew Olguin
174 – #26 Mateo Olmos or Mason Reiniche
184 - #16 Trey Munoz or Jackson McKinney
197 – J.J. Dixon or Ryan Reyes
HWT - #10 Gary Traub
• Oregon State opens the new year with a Sunday matchup versus Utah Valley. The non-conference dual is set for a 12 p.m. PT at Columbia High School in Nampa, Idaho.
• FloWrestling will stream the dual.
• Oregon State is 3-2 all-time versus the Wolverines, and the teams last met in 2021. The Beavers won that matchup, 18-16, at Gill Coliseum.
Last Time Out
• Five Oregon State wrestlers won individual titles to send the Beavers to a team title at the Reno Tournament of Champions on Dec. 12. Oregon State won with 174 points, two more than No. 2 Wyoming.
• Brandon Kaylor (125), Devan Turner (133), Grant Willits (141), Trey Munoz (184) and Gary Traub (heavyweight) all won individual titles.
• Matthew Olguin (165) took second, while Lane Stigall (149), Mason Reiniche (174) and Ryan Reyes (197) all placed third. J.J. Dixon (197) finished fourth, Jackson McKinney (184) took fifth and Mateo Olmos (174) finished at No. 6 in his weight class.
Turner Named Top Wrestler
• Devan Turner was named the Pac-12's Wrestler of the Week following his 133-pound weight class win in Reno. Turner went 6-0 and picked up a pair of ranked victories during his day in Nevada.
• Turner won 5-0 over No. 33 Jackson Disario of Stanford to advance to the title bout. He then defeated No. 15 Chance Rich of Cal State Bakersfield, 7-3, to win the championship.
• It's the second time in his career Turner has been recognized, following Jan. 31, 2018.
• He is the second Beaver to be recognized this season, following Mateo Olmos on Nov. 9.
Munoz Joins OSU
• Trey Munoz, a native of Mission Viejo, Calif., made his Oregon State debut in Reno and finished with a 5-0 record to take first at 184 pounds.
• Munoz is a transfer from Arizona State.
• He finished 6-4 as a true freshman with the Sun Devils in 2021, qualifying for the NCAA Championships where he was the No. 20 seed at 174. He placed second at the Pac-12 Championships, going 2-1.