CORVALLIS -- The Oregon State wrestling program improved to 2-0 all-time against Clackamas Community College on Friday night inside of Gill Coliseum.
The Beavers (3-5, 1-1 Pac-12) defeated the Cougars (11-2) by a final score of 44-3.
No. 3 125-pounder Ronnie Bresser started fast and never looked back scoring 12 points in the first period. Bresser won by technical fall over Eddie Daniel Jr. (CCC), 19-4.
At 133 pounds it was the opposition to score the first takedown, but Kegan Calkins answered quickly leading 3-2 after the first period. The redshirt senior blew the match open in the second period scoring 11 points on the way to a 19-10 major decision.
Grant Willits picked up his fifth fall of the season against Clackamas' Nate Johnson. The Pueblo, Colo. native scored a takedown a minute into the match and secured the pin in 1-minute, 6-seconds.
There was a new face at 157 pounds tonight for the Beavers as Zech Bresser made his varsity dual debut. Bresser won by disqualification after an illegal slam from Clackamas.
After the first five bouts, Oregon State led Clackamas by a score of 27-0.
Colton Beisley made his second start of the dual season at 165 pounds facing Colby Winnett. The sophomore wrestled a scoreless first period, but a reversal and two two-point near falls secured his first career dual win by decision, 7-1.
At 174 pounds it was the Colt Doyle show. A first period takedown and four-point near fall put the redshirt junior up 6-0. Doyle continued to rack up the points ending the match in the third period with a 16-1 technical fall.
Bob Coleman wrestled to a 2-0 lead after the first against Clackamas' Trevor Senn. Senn brought the match within one point, 7-6, in the third period, but an escape and takedown iced the match for Coleman, 11-6.
The Beavers suffered their only loss of the night at 197 pounds. Joey Daniel (CCC) won a close decision over Jamarcus Grant (OSU), 3-2.
Another varsity dual debut was made for Oregon State at heavyweight, featuring Christian Robertson. Battling the number one ranked wrestler at the junior college level, Robertson started fast with a takedown, but fell behind 3-2 shortly after. A reversal was all he needed to secure the fall and a 44-3 team victory for Oregon State.
The Beavers hit the road next week for a pair of duals against Fresno State and Cal Poly. The Beavers take on the Bulldogs on Thursday, Jan. 31 at 7 p.m., before heading to Cal Poly for a Pac-12 matchup on Saturday, Feb. 2 at 1 p.m.