Four-time All-American and two-time NCAA Division I Champion Travis Lee joins Andy Hamilton and Kyle Klingman on the latest episode of On The Mat. Lee became the first Hawaiian to become an All-American at the NCAA Division I level when he finished seventh in Albany in 2002. In 2003 in Kansas City, he one-upped himself, becoming the first Hawaiian to win an NCAA Division I title. In high school, Lee made history and prevented history at the same time when he became the first wrestler from his state to win a USA Wrestling Cadet or Junior title in any style and prevented Nick Simmons from becoming the second four-time Junior freestyle national champion as well. 

Join Kyle Klingman and Andy Hamilton as they talk about the world of wrestling on the flagship podcast of from FloSports. 

Show Segments
0:37 – Andy loves a Mongolian barbecue. 
0:40 – Baseball puns for Bout at the Ballpark. 
3:50 – Attendance discussion. 
8:40 – McLeod Center attendance was woefully undercounted. 
12:29 – What other teams are going to be a factor?
17:00 – What other stars are going to draw eyes? 
20:00 – Previewing Travis Lee. 
24:00 – What do we do post Jordan Burroughs?
28:00 – Talking Cliff Keen. 
30:00 – Travis Lee Interview
54:45 – Cliff Keen Athletic
55:25 – Post Show

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