Tigers Toppled by No. 5 OSU

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Feb. 4, 2011

STILLWATER, Okla. - The No. 12 Missouri wrestling team (12-7, 0-2 Big 12) couldn't overcome an early deficit against No. 5 Oklahoma State (11-2-1, 2-0 Big 12), as the Tigers dropped their second straight match, losing 28-6 to the Cowboys on Friday night.

No. 5 Oklahoma State 28, No. 12 Mizzou 6

Wt.
Result
MU
OSU
125 No. 6 Jon Morrison (OSU) dec. No. 7 Alan Waters (MU), 3-1 3 7
133 No. 1 Jordan Oliver (OSU) major dec. Nathan McCormick (MU), 12-3 3 11
141 No. 17 Josh Kindig (OSU) dec. No. 10 Todd Schavrien (MU), 8-3 3 14
149 No. 7 Jamal Parks (OSU) dec. Kyle Bradley (MU), 10-4 3 17
157 No. 15 Neil Erisman (OSU) tech fall. Nick Gregoris (MU), 15-0 (7:00) 3 22
165 No. 9 Zach Toal (MU) dec. No. 9 Dallas Bailey, 3-2 6 22
174 No. 17 Mike Benefiel (OSU) dec. No. 19 Dorian Henderson (MU), 9-7 (SV) 6 25
184 No. 7 Chris Perry (OSU) dec. No. 12 Mike Larson (MU), 3-1 6 28
197 No. 2 Clayton Foster (OSU) major dec. No. 13 Brent Haynes (MU), 16-5 0 4
HWT No. 3 Dom Bradley (MU) dec. Tyson Yoder (OSU), 6-3 3 4

Updated Records
Season
Dual
125 Alan Waters 35-3 19-2
133 Nathan McCormick 17-13 10-11
141 Todd Schavrien 23-5 18-3
149 Kyle Bradley 12-12 10-10
157 Nick Gregoris 15-10 3-8
165 Zach Toal 19-8 14-7
174 Dorian Henderson 19-7 12-5
184 Mike Larson 20-10 10-8
197 Brent Haynes 24-7 6-5
HWT Dom Bradley 21-3 17-3
The Cowboys won eight of the 10 matches, with three of those coming by bonus points.

The match started at 197, marking this the first time all season that the Tigers have started at a weight class other than 125. After No. 2 Clayton Foster won by major decision to put the Cowboys up 4-0, No. 3 heavyweight Dom Bradley defeated Tyson Yoder by a 6-3 decision, cutting the OSU lead to 4-3. Bradley scored a pair of first period takedowns and a third period reversal to pace his victory.

Oklahoma State would go on to win the next five matches, including one by major decision and one by technical fall, before redshirt freshman Zach Toal broke the streak at 165 pounds. Toal, ranked as high as No. 9 in the country, knocked off Dallas Bailey, who also ranks in as high as No. 9 in the major polls, by a 3-2 decision. Toal scored a late first period takedown and an escape in the third period while giving up only a pair of escapes on his way to his 19th win of the season.

Missouri looks to bounce back tomorrow afternoon when they take on No. 10 Oklahoma in Norman, Okla., at 3 p.m. CT.


 

 

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