Cael Norman Sanderson (/ˈkeɪl/ KALE; born June 20, 1979) is an American college wrestling coach and current head wrestling coach of Penn State University. He is considered one of the greatest American amateur wrestlers in recent history. A 2004 Olympic champion in Athens, Greece, he went undefeated in four years of college wrestling at Iowa State University (159–0), winning four consecutive NCAA titles (1999–2002).

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  • Cael Norman Sanderson (/ˈkeɪl/ KALE; born June 20, 1979) is an American college wrestling coach and current head wrestling coach of Penn State University. He is considered one of the greatest American amateur wrestlers in recent history. A 2004 Olympic champion in Athens, Greece, he went undefeated in four years of college wrestling at Iowa State University (159–0), winning four consecutive NCAA titles (1999–2002). He is the only wrestler in NCAA Division I history to go undefeated in official matches with more than 100 wins. Sports Illustrated named his college career as the second most impressive college sports feat behind the setting of four world records by Jesse Owens in a single hour at the 1935 Big Ten track and field conference championship meet.Since becoming Penn State's head coach in 2009, Sanderson's accomplishments include leading the Nittany Lions to both four-straight conference titles and four-straight national titles (2011 to 2014), collected 19 All-Americans, eight national champions, three Gorriaran winners, one two-time NCAA tournament outstanding wrestler and one two-time Hodge Trophy winner. (en)
  • Penn state sucks (en)
  • Cael Norman Sanderson ( KAYL; born June 20, 1979) is an American former folkstyle and freestyle wrestler, and is the current head wrestling coach as Pennsylvania State University. As a wrestler, he won an Olympic gold medal and four NCAA Division I individual titles. In 2002, Sports Illustrated recognized his college career as the second most impressive feat in college sports history. (en)
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  • Cael Norman Sanderson (/ˈkeɪl/ KALE; born June 20, 1979) is an American college wrestling coach and current head wrestling coach of Penn State University. He is considered one of the greatest American amateur wrestlers in recent history. A 2004 Olympic champion in Athens, Greece, he went undefeated in four years of college wrestling at Iowa State University (159–0), winning four consecutive NCAA titles (1999–2002). (en)
  • Penn state sucks (en)
  • Cael Norman Sanderson ( KAYL; born June 20, 1979) is an American former folkstyle and freestyle wrestler, and is the current head wrestling coach as Pennsylvania State University. As a wrestler, he won an Olympic gold medal and four NCAA Division I individual titles. In 2002, Sports Illustrated recognized his college career as the second most impressive feat in college sports history. (en)
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