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    Pac-12 Weekly Recap (2/6/2024)

    Arizona State splits OSU duals

    Arizona State began the weekend with a 28-9 loss to Oklahoma State. Richard Figueroa was upset by Troy Spratley 13-5. Kyle Parco won 8-5 against Jordan Williams, Jacori Teemer downed Teague Travis 7-3 and Cohlton Schultz was victorious 4-1 in a sudden victory against a top-ten opponent in Konner Doucet.

    The Sun Devils responded with a 19-17 victory against Oregon State. Julian Chlebove captured the first victory against Gabe Whisenhunt 8-2. Afterward, the Sun Devils won four straight matches.

    Parco defeated Nash Singleton 9-3, Teemer majored Isaiah Crosby 20-6, Chance McLane got by Kekana Fouret 5-1, and true freshman Nicco Ruiz beat Matthew Olguin 6-3. Cohtlon Schultz clinched the dual for the Devils with a 5-2 victory against Boone McDermott.

    Cal Poly Drops Second Pac-12 Dual

    Cal Poly only won three bouts against Little Rock in a 21-12 loss. Dominic Mendez began the dual with a 10-5 victory against Jeremiah Reno. Chance Lamer picked up six team points after an injury forfeit by Kyle Dutton. Lastly, Adam Kemp survived a 3-2 victory against Tyler Brennan.

    CSU Bakersfield falls to Stanford

    Cal State Bakersfield won two matches in a 38-9 loss to Stanford. On the other hand, Stanford won six matches by tech fall or pin.

    Richard Castro-Sandoval pinned Suhas Chundi in 1 minute, 39 seconds. Jake Andrews shut out Jackson Mankowski 6-0 at 285 lbs

    Little Rock defeats Cal Poly

    Little Rock returned to its winning ways with a 21-12 victory against the Mustangs. Nasir Bailey continues his dominance with a 7-1 victory against Zeth Romney in a top-ten showdown.  

    At 141, Brennan Van Hoecke defeated Abraham Hinrichsen by a 4-1 sudden victory, The Bianchi brothers both posted wins. Matt got by Legend Lamer 4-1 in sudden victory at 157 lbs. A match later, Joey beat Michael Golfeder by a 7-1 decision. Triston Wills started a run through the final three weights with an 8-6 victory over Kendall LaRosa. Stephen Little extended his winning streak to nine by defeating Jarad Priest 7-2. Finally, at heavyweight, Josiah Hill pulled a slight upset with a 4-2 win over Trevor Tinker. 

    Oregon State falls short to ASU

    Despite losing 19-17 to Arizona State, Oregon State had its bright moments in the Pac-12 dual. Maximo Renteria picked up his first ranked win against Richard Figueroa, winning 9-5 at 125 pounds.

    Cleveland Belton and Trey Munoz defeated their former squad. Belton won with a 20-5 tech fall over Cody Foote and Munoz also teched Shay Addison 25-8. Justin Rademacher also picked up bonus points over Jacob Meissner with a 15-3 major decision.

    Stanford dominates CSUB

    Six of eight Stanford’s victories came by tech fall or pin. Dominic LaJoie won 5-3 against Romeo McNeil and Jaden Abas won 12-6 against Brock Rogers.

    Jason Miranda and Nick Stemmet posted first-period pins. Daniel Cardenas, Hunter Garvin, Zach Hanson, and Jack Darrah won by tech fall, with a combined score of 73-12.

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