Spencer Lee

Spencer Lee of Murrysville, Pennsylvania is a three-time Pennsylvania High School state champion, finishing with a career record of 144-1.

He came within seconds of being an undefeated four-time champion, losing in the state finals while wrestling with an injured knee.

Lee is a two-time Junior World champion and the first American to win back-to-back junior world titles.

He is the youngest American to win a cadet title at 15 years old and the youngest to win a junior world title at 16 years old.

Lee became the first American to win a cadet world title one year and a junior world title the next year, and he is the United States first three-time age group champion, capturing a cadet world championship and two junior world championships.

Daniel Dennis chose Lee as his workout partner for the 2016 Olympic Games, making Lee the only high school wrestler selected as an Olympic training partner.

Lee volunteers at the Westmorland County Food Bank and for the Bill Mazeroski Miracle Field, a program that gives individuals with special needs and opportunity to enjoy the excitement of playing sports.

He has signed a letter of intent to wrestling for the University of Iowa.

Awards:

Year
2017
Award
Dave Schultz High School Excellence Award
Chapter/Region
Northeast, Pennsylvania

All American Awards:

Season
2023
School
Iowa
Tournament
Division I
Weight
125
Place
6
Season
2021
School
Iowa
Tournament
Division I
Weight
125
Place
1
Season
2019
School
Iowa
Tournament
Division I
Weight
125
Place
1
Season
2018
School
Iowa
Tournament
Division I
Weight
125
Place
1

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