#147 Trent Paulson - NCAA Champion, World Team Member, Virginia Assistant Coach

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ABOUT THIS EPISODE Trent Paulson is the assistant wrestling coach at the University of Virginia. He and his twin brother Travis were STUD wrestlers for Iowa State. Trent won a NCAA title in 2007 and made the US World Team in 2009. After coaching at Iowa State for a few years, Travis took a coaching position at Virginia and Trent followed suit. Now, they are building a really strong program at one of the great public institutions in the US, the University of Virginia. Enjoy this one folks! FOLLOW THE PODCAST WrestlingChangedMyLife.com SPONSOR This episode is brought to you by Assembly Fall, a new audio documentary that went live last Tuesday. You can listen via episode #145 in the feed, or by texting IHSA to 555-888. About Assembly Fall: In a match dubbed as the biggest upset in Illinois history, Matt Kucala defied the odds and pinned the previously unbeaten Eric Tannenbaum at the 2001 IHSA state finals. Assembly Fall takes an in-depth look at that match and answers the question: is it the biggest upset in state history? ABOUT THE WRESTLING CHANGED MY LIFE PODCAST Hosted by Ryan Warner, the Wrestling Changed My Life Podcast features in-depth interviews with wrestlers and coaches to learn how the sport shaped and molded their lives. By stitching together stories of sacrifice, triumph, defeat and perseverance, the Podcast takes the listener deep inside the world’s oldest sport. New episodes are released every Monday and Wednesday.

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