Brawley Lamer won by fall and three other Cal Poly wrestlers earned decisions as the Mustangs closed their dual meet schedule for the 2019-20 season with a 24-15 loss to Oregon State inside Gill Coliseum.
Cal Poly wraps up the dual meet portion of its 2019-20 wrestling schedule with three Pac-12 matches over the next two weeks. Coach Jon Sioredas' Mustangs will host No. 7-ranked Arizona State on Friday night and CSU Bakersfield on Saturday night. Both duals begin at 7 p.m. inside Mott Athletics Center. Cal Poly also visits Oregon State on Feb. 22 at 1 o'clock.
Wyatt Cornelison won by fall, but Northern Colorado claimed six of the 10 bouts and earned seven bonus points via a fall, technical fall and two major decisions for a 25-18 victory over Cal Poly in a non-conference dual meet Friday night.
Stanford won six of the 10 bouts and earned four bonus points -- a technical fall and two major decisions -- for a 22-13 Pac-12 dual meet victory over Cal Poly on Friday night inside Mott Athletics Center.
Stanford will bring a No. 17 national ranking, four nationally ranked wrestlers and a first-place finish in the recent Southern Scuffle with three individual champions to Cal Poly for a Pac-12 dual wrestling meet Friday night.
Cal Poly and Northern Illinois split the first four bouts before the Huskies won five in a row to pull away in a 23-9 victory in a non-conference dual wrestling meet Friday night inside Mott Athletics Center.
Senior Tom Lane earned two victories Friday and is Cal Poly's first semifinalist in the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational in seven years. In addition, freshmen Jake Ryan and Bernie Truax remain alive in the consolation bracket and will compete in the Round of 12 Saturday.
The first of a dozen dual meets on the Cal Poly wrestling schedule for the 2019-20 season will be contested Saturday afternoon as the Mustangs host San Francisco State on the Richard O'Neill Green. First bout begins at 3 p.m.