Oregon State to Make Change in Leadership in Wrestling Program


Corvallis –State University Vice President and Director of Athletics Scott Barnes announced Monday that there will be a change of leadership of the wrestling program at the conclusion of the season.

“I want to thank Coach Jim Zalesky for his dedication to Oregon State University and his commitment to the young men in our wrestling program,” Beaver Vice President and Director of Athletics Scott Barnes said. “We wish him and his family the best in their future endeavors.”

Zalesky started his head coaching career at OSU in 2006 after eight years leading the University of Iowa program.
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Two Beaver wrestlers, Devan Turner (133) and Grant Willits (141), are guaranteed to represent OSU at the NCAA Championships at the March 19-21 tournament in Minneapolis after winning Pac-12 Conference titles last week.

Oregon State University will embark on a national search to appoint a new head coach in the near future.