Carlton Haselrig was inducted into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame in Stillwater, Okla., on Saturday, June 4, 2016. A PIAA champion for Greater Johnstown High School, Haselrig went on to win a record six NCAA titles for Pitt-Johnstown - three in Division II and three in Division I. Despite not playing college football, he was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers and developed into a Pro Bowl guard. Later in life, he became a champion mixed martial arts fighter and returned to Johnstown High as an assistant coach in wrestling and football.
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There was one last stop for Carlton Haselrig as far as his collegiate wrestling career is concerned. The only six-time NCAA wrestling champion – three times each in Division I and II – in history, reached that destination on Saturday as he accepted induction into the National Wrestling Hall of Fame.
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