Sports

Video: Remember When Cael Sanderson Won His 4th Straight NCAA Championship?

| by

Iowa State University wrestler Cael Sanderson wins his 159th straight match and fourth straight NCAA championship. He also becomes the first collegiate wrestler to secure an undefeated record with a minimum of 100 matches.

Sports Illustrated names Sanderson’s college career the second most impressive of all time in any college sport, behind that of Ohio State’s Jesse Owens, who set four world records in track-and-field in a single hour during the Big 10 championships in 1935.

The third of four Sanderson brothers to wrestle at Iowa State, Cael will capture a gold medal in the 2004 Olympics by defeating Eui Jae Moon of South Korea in the finals.

Sanderson, of course, is Penn State's wrestling coach. The Penn State wrestling program has won two straight NCAA wrestling championships in his two years on the job.

Popular Video

A police officer saw a young black couple drive by and pulled them over. What he did next left them stunned:

Popular Video

A police officer saw a young black couple drive by and pulled them over. What he did next left them stunned:

HT: Page-A-Day Calendar

Follow Nittany Lion's Den on TwitterFacebook and Google+.

Related Content

Nittany Lions Den podcasts now available on iTunes

Nittany Lions Den Football Podcast: Checking in with the Virginia Cavaliers

Maybe this will get you ready for spring football practice

NLD Track Report 3/20: Indoor track recap

Get more great sports analysis over at Nittany Lions Den.