1999 NCAA(r) Division I Men's Wrestling Championship Trailer

1999 NCAA(r) Division I Men's Wrestling Championship Trailer (1999)

01 January 1999

Iowa edges Minnesota by two points to capture its fifth straight national title and 19th overall. Doug Schwab and T.J. Williams earn titles for the Hawkeyes, but the story of the tournament is freshman phenom Cael Sanderson who ends the season undefeated and earns Most Outstanding Wrestler honors. Cal State Bakersfield heavyweight Stephen Neal wins his second straight title while Eric Guererro of Oklahoma State wins his third.

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