Pat Smith (born September 21, 1970) is a former folkstyle wrestler. He competed collegiately at Oklahoma State University (OSU) and later served as an assistant coach at OSU. During his collegiate wrestling career, he became the first four-time NCAA wrestling champion in the sport's history. This feat has only been equalled three other times at the NCAA Division I level by wrestlers Cael Sanderson, Kyle Dake and Logan Stieber. Smith resigned as Oklahoma State's assistant coach on May 1, 2006. His older brother is John Smith, who was a six-time gold medalist at the World and Olympic levels, and is the current head wrestling coach at OSU.
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