Roster
125 Christian Hill 3 - 4 So
125 Kristopher Smith 2 - 2 So
125 Domenic Curulla 0 - 0 So
125 Alexander Pastrana 1 - 4 Fr
125 Jesus Torres 0 - 1 So
133 Ke’Vionne Robbins 1 - 2 So
133 Raul Barajas 3 - 5 Fr
141 Damon Thomas 6 - 7 Fr
141 Stanley Cruz 2 - 2 Fr
141 Tyshane Young 3 - 6 Fr
149 Dillon Simpson 7 - 4 Fr
149 Chris Joner 7 - 4 Fr
157 Isaiah Barnett 1 - 1 So
157 Diego Hernandez 6 - 2 Fr
157 Kimani-Samuel Johnson 6 - 5 Fr
165 Josh Pine 3 - 2 So
165 Garrett Owen-Bisson 1 - 5 Fr
165 Bryan Alatorre 0 - 1 Fr
174 Braiden Klimp 2 - 2 So
174 Osvaldo Gonzales 0 - 4 So
174 Darrien Walters 1 - 4 So
174 Kalvyn Scott 0 - 3 Fr
174 Griffin Schoch 2 - 3 Fr
174 Matthew Alejandro 4 - 2 Fr
174 Trevor Rodriguez 0 - 0 So
184 Joseph Fricilone 2 - 5 So
184 Leroy Rowe 0 - 0 So
184 Tanner Belcher 1 - 4 Fr
197 Jack Moen 4 - 4 Fr
197 Garrett Ault 2 - 4 Fr
197 Jack Dahlgren 5 - 3 Fr
197 Josh Felder 2 - 4 Fr
235 Max Lane 0 - 0 So
235 Mason Mckenzie 0 - 1 So
235 Tyler Ferris 1 - 3 Fr
285 Tyler Burris 1 - 2 So
285 Kaimana Phillips 0 - 0 Fr
285 Octavio Alejandre 2 - 4 Fr
285 Thomas Stieler 2 - 3 Fr
Staff
Grew up in Elma, WA (Elma HS) where he won a 158# state title in 1984. Pine graduated from Eastern Washington University with a BA in Marketing. He did not wrestle his first two years in college but did compete his last three seasons.
In '88, he won 36 matches, broke the EWU season pin record(14), and was an alternate to the NCAA D1 tournament.
In '89, he was the conference top seed at 158# but a bout of pneumonia ended his season.
In 96-97, he was a volunteer assistant coach for Wilmington College (D3) in Ohio.
Pine moved back to WA in '98 where he coached youth, middle school, and high school in his hometown of Elma.
In 2011, he began volunteering with the club team at The Evergreen State College in Olympia. He also helped start the wrestling team at South Puget Sound CC in Olympia where he coached two NCWA All-Americans.
In 2015, Pine competed in the Veteran's division winning a freestyle national title at 97kg and earning a bronze medal at World Championships in Athens, Greece.
In 2015, he began coaching the new program at Grays Harbor College. GHC has won Northwest Conference titles their first two seasons while finishing 10th in the team race at the 2017 NCWA Nationals.
Pine was NW Conference Coach of the Year for the 2016 and 2017.
Pine is currently the director of the Washington State Wrestling Foundation. Their purpose is to help raise awareness and funds for college wrestling in the state of Washington.
He and his wife, Marilyn, reside in the Elma area.


Contact: [email protected]

Phillip Pine Head Coach Contact / Bio
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