Quick Start Delivers Wrestling Win For UC Davis Against Vikings, 25-16

Jeremiah Jarvis pinned Ryan Thomas in 1:23 to win at 157 againt Portland State
 
Jeremiah Jarvis pinned Ryan Thomas in 1:23 to win at 157 againt Portland State
 

Jan. 18, 2003

PORTLAND, Ore. - UC Davis won the first four matches of its Pacific-10 Conference wrestling dual against Portland State on Saturday evening, and Jeremiah Jarvis won by pin, as the Aggies beat the Vikings at Hillsboro High School, 25-16.

The victory enabled the Aggies to finish their weekend trip to Oregon with one win in three matches, upping their overall record to 4-4 and their conference mark to 1-3. UC Davis lost earlier in the day at Oregon State, 22-16.

The Vikings fell to 2-7 overall and 0-3 in the Pac-10.

UC Davis jumped to a 13-0 lead after the first four bouts as Jason Paul (285), Tommy Schurkamp (125) amd Cris Brines (141) each recorded decisions. Fourteenth-ranked Urijah Faber (133) had a 12-4 major decision win against Zac Enoch to help the fast start.

Leading 13-3, UC Davis earned six team points when Jarvis wasted little time against Ryan Thomas at 157 pounds, pinning Thomas in 1 minute, 23 seconds. The Aggies added a forfeit win at 184 pounds, also giving up a forfeit win at 165.

Paul was a 6-1 winner over Antonio Criado, Schurkamp beat Casey Kotter, 4-3, and Brines edged Carlos Adamy, 7-5.

UC Davis will face Central Washington in San Francisco on Friday. The Aggies will also face host San Francisco State on Friday as well.

UC DAVIS 25, PORTLAND STATE 16 285 - Jason Paul (UCD) dec. Antonio Criado (PSU), 6-1
125 - Tommy Schurkamp (UCD) dec. Casey Kotter (PSU), 4-3
133 - Urijah Faber (UCD) major dec. Zac Enoch (PSU), 12-4
141 - Cris Brines (UCD) def. Carlos Adamy (PSU), 7-5
149 - Eddie Dahlen (PSU) dec. Kevin Jones (UCD), 4-3
157 - Jeremiah Jarvis (UCD) fall Ryan Thomas (PSU), 1:23
165 - Eric Arbogast (PSU) won by forfeit
174 - Quinn Collett (PSU) dec. Shannan Sams (UCD), 3-1 (ot)
184 - Ronnie Silva (UCD) won by forfeit
197 - Randy Davidson (PSU) major dec. Michael Clarkston (UCD), 15-5