OREGON STATE 2012-13 Served as one of five team-captains throughout the year... Compiled a 39-6 record with an 18-match win streak heading into the NCAA Championships ...Compiled a2-2 mark at NCAA's in Des Moines, Iowa ... Went 3-0 at Pac-12 Championships in Tempe, Ariz., en route to second straight Pac-12 title ... Earned `Most Pins' Award at Pac-12's for two falls ... Was ranked in Top 10 at 141 lbs. for entire season, not falling below eighth and rising to as high as third in one poll ... Went 14-1 in dual competition ... Undefeated in pins and tech falls, going 11-0 and 12-0 respectively ... Went 21-3 in major decisions and 23-3 in open tournaments ... Scored a team high 60 points during dual meets ... Finished dual meet schedule on a 14 match win streak, following first loss of the season to Michigan's Camryn Jackson ... Took home individual weight class titles at Mike Clock Open, while finishing second overall at Cliff Keen Invite and Reno Tournament of Champions, as well as third at the Midlands Championships ... Went 2-0 during National Duals Regionals picking up a major decision and a decision against Michigan and Virginia Tech ... Given 'Team Leadership Award' during team's post-season awards banquet.
2011-12 Finished campaign with a 38-5 record ... Picked up first All-America honor after taking fifth at 141 pounds at NCAA Championships ... Went 5-2 at NCAA Championships ... First OSU All-American at 141 pounds since Oscar Wood at 142 pounds in 1998 ... Ranked in top 10 at 141 pounds for entire season ... Claimed the Pac-12 title at 141 pounds with a 5-4 win over Boris Novachkov of Cal Poly ... Two of Mangrum's losses came to Novachkov ... Went 11-0 in major decisions, 4-0 in technical falls and 11-2 in pins this season ... Has a 94-27 career mark ... The 89 wins is good for 23rd in OSU history ... Twenty-one career pins meanwhile is ranked tied for 28th ... Opened the year with 14 consecutive victories before losing to Novachkov at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational ... Also defeated Novachkov twice this season ... Posted a 13-bout win streak that was snapped against Marion in overtime ... Tallied 11-2 mark against league foes.
2010-11 Wrestled entire season at 141 pounds, going 24-10 ... Competed at the NCAA Championships and did not place after going 3-2 ... Was 0-2 in bouts ended via major decision and 2-0 in technical falls and 6-0 in bouts decided by pins ... Improved to 10-0 all-time in bouts decided by pins ... Earned NCAA bid after receiving at-large berth on March 9 ... Placed third at Pac-10 Championships; league received two automatic qualifiers at 141 pounds ... Ranked entire season, as high as eighth on Dec. 21 ... Top win streak of four achieved twice; most recently, Jan. 8-16 ... Fastest of six pins came in 2:11 against South Dakota State's Tyler Johnson on Jan. 8 ... Went 8-3 against Pac-10 opponents.
2009-10 As a redshirt freshman, lettered, wrestled at 141 pounds ... 32-12 record with four pins ... 16-5 dual meet record ... Pac-10 Freshman of the Year ... Named the D1CollegeWrestling.net Pac-10 Freshman of the Year ... Amateur Wrestling News All-Freshman Team ... Unseeded, went 3-2 at NCAA Championships, just one win away from All-America status; technical fall over Mike Koehnlein, Nebraska, 17-2; fall over Cole Schmitt, Wisconsin, 3:50; decision over Juan Archuleta, Purdue, 6-3 (OT) ... Seeded third, finished third with 3-1 record at Pac-10 Championships; major decision over Bryan Osuna, UC Davis, 11-2; decision over No. 5 Levi Jones, Boise State, 4-3; decision over No. 11 Elijah Nacita, Cal State Bakersfield, 9-3 ... Best of the West Tournament Champion ... At Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational, went 2-2 ... Finished 2-2 at Midlands Championships ... Strung together a nine-match winning streak from January 7 to February 5 ... Ranked as high as 12th ... Recorded six major decisions and four technical falls.
2008-09 Redshirted his true freshman season ... Finished fourth at the FILA Junior National Championships.
AUBURN RIVERSIDE HIGH SCHOOL Lettered four years in wrestling for head coach Steve Mead ... Three-time state champion, finishing as runner-up ... Four-time Fargo National School Athlete of the Year ... Washington Athlete of the Year ... Led the United States to the Junior Pan Am Freestyle Championship earning gold at 66 kilograms ... Also earned a bronze medal in Greco-Roman.
PERSONAL Born June 19, 1989 in Federal Way, Wash. ... Majoring in sociology ... Parents are Carl and Diane Mangrum, family includes an older brother, Chris ... Father, Carl, wrestled for the University of Washington ... Chose Oregon State because "it is close to home and has good coaches."