Oregon State sent the senior class out in style on Monday night inside Gill Coliseum where the Beavers beat the visiting Fresno State 33-3 in a nonconference wrestling dual.
Since returning to Corvallis the Beavers (5-5) have won three straight matches.
Oregon State won nine of the 10 bouts, with four of those being bonus-point wins.
Redshirt junior Ronnie Bresser set the tone for the evening starting at 125 pounds, earning two first period takedowns on his way to a 13-3 major decision.
Devan Turner continued his winning ways with an 8-4 decision over Trevor Williams at 133, his third straight win.
Senior Jack Hathaway surrendered an early takedown to Chris DeLoza, but followed that up with a takedown and back points en route to his 80th career victory (10-6),
Junior 149-pounder Josh Reyes earned a 6-3 upset over No. 22 Khristian Olivas, handing Olivas only his second loss in dual meets this season (16-2).
Hunter Willits claimed his first collegiate fall at 157 pounds. The freshman got ahead early and broke down Greg Gaxiola before earning the pin at 6:04.
The only loss that the Beavers suffered all night came at 165 pounds when Rodney Williams dropped a 6-3 decision to Isiah Hokit.
Freshman Myles Terry won his third consecutive bout in a thriller. Scoreless after two periods, Terry gave up an early escape to Dominic Kincaid in the third period who had bottom start. He took the lead off a throw near the edge of the mat awarding him a takedown and a four-point near fall sealing the deal, 6-3.
Bob Coleman (184) walked away with his first varsity dual meet win of the season. Coleman wore down the opposition early, finishing the bout with four takedowns. He won by decision 11-7.
No. 15 Corey Griego (197) won his sixth straight match with a dominant 11-0 major decision over Josh Hokit. Griego had amassed four minutes of ride time at the conclusion of the second period. He is 8-2 in duals this season.
The final bout of the night featured two ranked wrestlers. No. 8 Amar Dhesi got the better of the two, earning his seventh straight win. Undefeated in duals, Dhesi used eight takedowns to beat No. 28 AJ Nevills who was 16-1. The redshirt senior won by major decision 19-6.
Oregon State completes its regular season this weekend with back-to-back duals on Saturday and Sunday. The Beavers take on Stanford first before battling CSU Bakersfield.