The Beavers won with 158 team points on the strength of three individual champs: 141-pounder Mike Mangrum, Taylor Meeks at 197, and heavyweight Chad Hanke. It was the third conference crown for Oregon State in the past four years.
In second place in the team title race was Boise State, with 136.5 points. The Broncos also had three wrestlers win conference titles: Jason Chamberlain at 149 pounds, George Ivanov at 157, and Jake Swartz at 184.
Host school Arizona State placed third, with 110.5 points, despite not having any individual champs.
Other wrestlers who won 2013 Pac-12 mat titles include Cal State Bakersfield's Tyler Iwamura at 125 pounds and Bryce Hammond at 174, Cal Poly's Devon Lotito (133), and Stanford 165-pounder Bret Baumbach.
Match Results – Championship Finals
- 125: No. 1 seed Tyler Iwamura (Cal State Bakersfield) dec. No. 2 Evan Silver (Stanford), 6-2
- 133: No. 3 Devon Lotito (Cal Poly) dec. No. 1 Brian Owen (Boise State), 5-2
- 141: No. 1 Mike Mangrum (Oregon State) pinned No. 2 Timmy Box (Cal State Bakersfield), 3:33
- 149: No. 1 Jason Chamberlain (Boise State) dec. No. 2 Scott Sakaguchi (Oregon State), 3-1, SV1
- 157: No. 2 George Ivanov (Boise State) dec. No. 1 R.J. Pena (Oregon State), 3-2
- 165: No. 3 Bret Baumbach (Stanford) dec. No. 1 Seth Thomas (Oregon State), 7-1
- 174: No. 2 Bryce Hammond (Cal State Bakersfield) dec. No. 1 Blake Stauffer (Arizona State), 10-4
- 184: No. 1 Jake Swartz (Boise State) dec. No. 2 Kevin Radford (Arizona State), 3-1
- 197: No. 2 Tyler Meeks (Oregon State) dec. No. 1 Jake Meredith (Arizona State), 4-0
- Hwt: No. 1 Chad Hanke (Oregon State) dec. No. 3 J.T. Felix (Boise State), 3-2
Final Team Standings
- Oregon State, 158 points
- Boise State, 136.5
- Arizona State, 110.5
- Cal State Bakersfield, 108.5
- Stanford, 103.5
- Cal Poly, 82
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