Giovanni was a two time NAIA All American for the Lutes. He placed seventh in 1980 & fifth in 1981.
Agostini earned All American status twice for the Lutes. He was fifth in 1982 & seventh in 1984.
142, 177 lbs
Graduating from Curtis High school with a record of 72-10, Wolfe spent his first year of collegiate wrestling at Eastern Washington. He transferred to Pacific Lutheran where he earned NAIA All American status twice. After finishing in third place in 1985, he placed sixth in 1986. He ended his career with a record of 122-35.
He became head coach of the Lutes in 1988 & would serve until 1995, twice earning District Coach of the Year honors.
He then took over the Steilacoom High school program leading his team to two District titles and two Regional titles.
Rodriguez was an NAIA runner up in 1987.
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Accumulating 114 career wins over his illustrious career, Peterson made the NAIA finals in 1993, winning an NAIA title in 1994.
Nguyen earned NAIA All American honors for the Lutes on two occasions. He was fourth in 1996 & third in 1997.
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After finishing in fifth place at the 1996 NAIA nationals & earning runner up honors in 1997, Aiken later became head coach at Pacific Lutheran. Although the program (as mentioned earlier) was dropped after the 2004 season, athletic director Paul Hoseth did allow Aiken to continue wrestling camps the following Spring & Summer.