Oregon State came out swinging on Sunday afternoon inside Gill Coliseum and the the Beavers dominated of Northern Colorado 34-10 in a nonconference wrestling dual.
No. 12-ranked Ronnie Bresser started the match off with a bang, collecting his 11th bonus-point victory of the season. Bresser set the tone for the match off the first whistle with a throw that turned into a quick 2-0 lead before winning by technical fall, 20-1.
The bout of the dual took place at 133 pounds as redshirt freshman Devan Turner upset 18th-ranked Rico Montoya. Turner started fast grabbing two takedowns in the first period on the way to a 12-4 major decision, snapping his seven-match loss streak.
Redshirt senior 141-pounder Jack Hathaway continued his climb up the Oregon State record books. Hathaway recorded his seventh fall of the season, and his 31st of his career. Hathaway is 15th all-time in OSU history for career pins.
The Beavers won the first four bouts with bonus points. At 149 pounds, making just his second dual start of his Oregon State career, Josh Reyes picked up a 12-4 major decision over Jimmy Fate.
The Beavers led 19-0 with one bout before the midway break.
Freshman Hunter Willits won a hard-fought match against upperclassman Tyler Kinn of Northern Colorado. Willits' first period takedown proved to be the critical moment of the match winning by decision 3-2.
Oregon State suffered its first loss of the day at 165 pounds as redshirt junior Rodney Williams fell by technical fall, 15-0.
At 174 pounds, Myles Terry had a critical second period when he turned a bottom start into a reversal plus a four-point near fall before going on to win by major decision 15-7.
Making his dual meet debut, Bob Coleman dropped a 17-1 technical fall to No. 16-ranked Dylan Gabel.
Just as the meet started, the final two bouts ended with Oregon State bonus point wins.
No. 15-ranked Corey Griego blanked Northern Colorado's Tanner Davis at 197 pounds. Griego, who's now on a four-match win streak, won by major decision 12-0.
The final match of the dual went the distance, but saw redshirt senior heavyweight Amarveer Dhesi walk away with a 21-9 major decision. Dhesi remains unbeaten in dual competition at 5-0.