Chance Marsteller now has another piece of hardware to add to his bulging trophy case.

The Kennard-Dale High School standout has been named the USA Today High School Sports National Wrestler of the Year.

That organization announced its inaugural American Family Insurance All-USA High School Wrestling Team recently. The team was compiled by Jason Bryant of

Marsteller recently finished a legendary high school career at K-D with four PIAA Class AAA state championships, compiling an overall record of 166-0. He is just the fourth Pennsylvania wrestler to finish his high school career with an unblemished record and four state titles.

Marsteller won his most recent state championship despite battling a back injury.

The K-D star will continue his wrestling career at Oklahoma State next season. He had originally verbally committed to Penn State before changing his mind and ultimately signing with the Cowboys.

Two other District 3 wrestlers were honored by USA Today. Central Dauphin's Garrett Peppelman was named to the second team and Solanco's Thomas Haines was picked for the third team. Each won multiple state titles.

Marsteller dominated Peppelman in the state finals during his junior season.