The University of Iowa men’s wrestling program is among the most successful sports programs within NCAA Division I. The University of Iowa Hawkeyes are members of the Big Ten Conference. Iowa is the second-highest in NCAA history, having won the most wins with twenty-four National Championships and six National runners-up, all of which have occurred since 1975. More than one hundred and ninety multiple-time NCAA Wrestling champions are in Division I wrestling.
Who has won the NCAA wrestling title four times?
In the history of wrestling, there are only four D1 NCAA Wrestling champions. This year, Spencer Lee is also seeking his fourth consecutive title. Pat Smith, brother to Oklahoma State coach John Smith, is the only wrestler ever to accomplish this feat.
Cael Sanderson went undefeated a few years later and took home four NCAA championships at Iowa State. Sanderson’s records were 159-0. In 2010-2013, Cornell’s Kyle Dake became the first wrestler to take home four titles in four weight classes. The last wrestler to achieve the four NCAA titles is Logan Stieber.
Kyle Douglas Dake is an American freestyler and former folkstyle wrestler who wrestles at 74 kg. Dake is the current World Champion three times, winning back-to-back titles at 79 kilograms in 2018 and 2019. He also the most recent championship at 74 kg in 2021. Kyle Dake got the NCCA Wrestling title four times in the following years
Cael Norman Sanderson is an American former freestyle wrestler who is the current head coach of Penn State University’s wrestling team. He is among the best college wrestlers of all time. He won the NCAA title four times consecutively.
Pat Smith is a former collegiate wrestler who competed at Oklahoma State University and a former assistant coach at OSU. During his collegiate wrestling career, he became the first four-time NCAA wrestling champion in the sport’s history.
Logan Stieber was born on January 24, 1991. He is an American former freestyle and folkstyle wrestler who competed internationally at 61 and 65 kilograms. In the Olympic year of 2016, Logan Stieber won the non-Olympic world championship at 61kg, and in 2018. He won a Pan American title. Moreover, Logan Stieber won the non-Olympic world championship at 61kg in 2018. He won a Pan American title. In addition, he won the NCAA wrestling title four times in the following years.