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The No. 13/15 ranked Oregon State wrestling team will look to get back to its winning ways with match-ups against No. 25 Air Force and No. 15/20 Wyoming this weekend in the Mountain Time Zone.

OSU carries a 2-3 overall record and a 1-1 mark in conference competition and will first square off against the Falcons of the Air Force Academy, Friday, Jan. 11 at 6pm Pacific Time. Their second dual of the weekend comes Sunday, Jan. 13 vs. Wyoming in Laramie. That meet takes place at 1p.m Pacific.

"They (Air Force and Wyoming) both have some very good individuals and it is a chance for guys to bounce back," said Oregon State Head Coach Jim Zalesky. "The best thing is, when you have a setback as a team or as an individual, to get that next opportunity to get on the right track. It doesn't matter who they are wrestling, I'm just looking for guys to go out and pick up the pace this time of year."

This will be the Beavers first road dual since their two in two days against Minnesota and North Dakota State in December. OSU is coming off a 19-15 loss at the hands of Boise State in the Border War last weekend in Corvallis.