The Cowboys scored 166 points at the event and finished more than 50 points better than second-place Wyoming.
Oliver, competing in his first tournament of the season, turned in by far the most dominant performance at the event. Not only did the undefeated junior go 5-0, but he earned a first-period fall in each of his matches, continuing a streak that has lasted every bout of his 8-0 season. The longest an opponent has lasted this year against the Easton, Pa., native is just 2:38, while Oliver’s quickest pin came today in just 47 seconds.
Morrison went 5-0 at the tournament to improve his overall mark to 9-2. Highlights from his day included a technical fall in the first round and a major decision in the semifinals.
Parks also went 5-0 on the day, including a fall and a pair of major decisions, to improve to 13-0 on the season.
The 184-pound bracket gave Perry a first-round bye and a four wins with two major decisions. The Stillwater native improves to 11-0 on the year after today’s performance.
Rosholt earned OSU’s final individual title after he went from his No. 6 seed to the last name on the bracket with a 5-0 performance to improve to 11-1. His victories included a fall, a technical fall and a major decision.
Other OSU athletes who placed at the event included second-place finishers Ladd Rupp (125 pounds), Dallas Bailey (165 pounds) and Cayle Byers (197 pounds); third-place finishers Josh Kindig (141 pounds) and Alan Gelogaev (heavyweight); and fifth-place finisher Albert White (157 pounds).
The OklahomaState wrestling team returns to action Dec. 30 when the Cowboys take on BoiseState in Idaho.