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Your ‘Penn State Wrestling Just Keeps Winning!’ Playlist

Oops, they did it again!

Penn State wrestling clinched yet another team national championship and crowned five individual title-winners in Detroit over the weekend.

Head coach Cael Sanderson grabbed his ninth national title in just 11 seasons in Happy Valley, and superstars Roman Bravo-Young, Nick Lee, Carter Starocci, Aaron Brooks, and Max Dean unsurprisingly dominated on the mat by earning individual national titles.

To keep the celebrations rolling, we created an elite playlist fit for a national champion. With beloved tracks like “Can’t Stop” by the Red Hot Chili Peppers to hype songs like Kanye West’s “Stronger”, you’ll feel like you’re in right there in Motor City watching the Nittany Lions monopolize the podium.

So, pull out your AirPods, put your favorite singlet on, listen to our playlist, and kick off your week on a high note.

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Keeley Lamm

Keeley is a junior journalism major from Richmond, Virginia, and is Onward State's managing editor. She also talks about awesome stuff on our podcast, Podward State. Keeley is a lover of grilled cheese and Kevin Jonas. If you'd like to share your thoughts on the superior Jonas Brother, feel free to contact her on Twitter @keeleylammm or send your best joke to her email [email protected].

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