Wrestling Earns Ranked Wins, Pins In Victory At Stanford
STANFORD, Calif. – Grant Willits pinned the nation's fourth-ranked wrestler, Mateo Olmos earned his second consecutive ranked win and Oregon State wrestling cruised to a 30-9 win over Stanford on Sunday afternoon.
Trey Munoz and Brandon Kaylor also picked up pins in the victory, which marked the Beavers' regular-season finale.
OSU won at seven weights, with Devan Turner also picking up a ranked win via a decision. Gary Traub won his 18th consecutive bout and Hunter Willits finished with a major decision at 157.
Grant Willits had the headline victory Sunday, pinning No. 4 Real Woods in 3:54. The victory marked the 22nd of the season for Willits, who has seven pins this season. He has won 15 consecutive bouts heading into the Pac-12 Championships on March 6.
Olmos earned a 6-4 victory over No. 32 Tyler Eischens at 174 pounds, just a day after defeating CSUB's Albert Urias, who is ranked 31st. Olmos is now 15-7 this season. He is 9-2 in duals this season.
Kaylor picked up his third pin of the season, and 18th overall win, by downing Suhas Chundi in 5:34 at 125 pounds. That win came right after Traub's 7-3 decision over Peter Ming, and put OSU up 9-3.
Devan Turner made it 12-3 thanks to a 5-1 decision over No. 33 Jackson Disario. Turner won his 19th bout of the season and 83rd of his career.
Munoz has won eight of his last nine bouts with a pin of Nick Addison at 184 pounds. He picked up the fall in 5:29, ending the dual, which gave him 16 wins on the year.
Hunter Willits earned his third consecutive win, and seventh in his last eight, via a 12-3 major decision over Charlie Darracott at 157 pounds.
Oregon State 30, Stanford 9
197- Nick Stemmet (Stanford) decision Ryan Reyes (OSU), 6-2. STAN 3, OSU 0
HWT- #9 Gary Traub (OSU) decision Peter Ming (Stanford), 7-3. OSU 3, STAN 3
125- #15 Brandon Kaylor (OSU) fall Suhas Chundi (Stanford), 5:34. OSU 9, STAN 3
133- #12 Devan Turner (OSU) decision #33 Jackson Disario (Stanford), 5-1. OSU 12, STAN 3
141- #13 Grant Willits (OSU) fall #4 Real Woods (Stanford), 3:54. OSU 18, STAN 3
149- #12 Jaden Abas (Stanford) decision #26 Cory Crooks (OSU), 9-4. OSU 17, STAN 6*
157- #15 Hunter Willits (OSU) major decision Charlie Darracott (Stanford), 12-3. OSU 21, STAN 6
165- #3 Shane Griffith (Stanford) decision Matthew Olguin (OSU), 6-1. OSU 21, STAN 9
174- #27 Mateo Olmos (OSU) decision #32 Tyler Eischens (Stanford), 6-4. OSU 24, STAN 9
184- #12 Trey Munoz (OSU) fall Nick Addison (Stanford), 5:29. OSU 30, STAN 9
* Note, Oregon State lost a team point due to unsportsmanlike conduct after the 149-pound match
197- Ryan Reyes (OSU) decision Nick Stemmett (Stanford), 7-6
Oregon State is off until the Pac-12 Championships on March 6 in Tempe, Ariz.
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