2007: Returned to the team after a two-year LDS mission to Korea...USAG national champion in the all-around, floor exercise and still rings...became the first Air Force gymnast to win three national titles in a single meet...earned five USAG All-America accolades...participated in the all-around at the NCAA National Qualifier...finished eighth with a score of 50.750...advanced to the NCAA Championships on the floor exercise and still rings...tied for 24th on the floor (8.600) and 30th on the rings (9.200)...earned Gymnast of the Week honors by the College Gymnastics Association three times...named Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Gymnast of the Week on two occasions...led the team on the floor (9.400), vault (8.700), parallel bars (8.450), high bar (8.650) and all-around (51.850)...ranked second on the team on the pommel horse (8.100) and still rings (9.500)...won the floor exercise and still rings at Nebraska and at Illinois-Chicago...set a career-best 9.400 on the floor exercise at Illinois-Chicago...competed in the final nine meets, including the USAG, MPSF and NCAA Championships...missed the first four weeks of the season due to an injury sustained at the Rocky Mountain Open...invited to the prestigious Winter Cup Challenge, but was forced to withdraw due to injury.
2004: USAG national champion in the all-around and on the pommel horse...earned USAG All-America honors on the pommel horse, still rings, vault, high bar and all-around...competed in the NCAA National Qualifier...participated in the all-around at every meet...scored a career-high 53.475 against Illinois-Chicago...also set personal-best marks on the still rings (9.650) and parallel bars (8.825) at that meet...tallied career-best marks on the floor (9.200), pommel horse (8.650) and vault (9.300) at Nebraska...set a personal-best 9.000 on the high bar against Cal.
2003: Missed the beginning of season with injury...scored a season-best 8.750 on the floor exercise against Stanford...tallied season-best scores of 9.450 (still rings) and 8.825 (vault) at home versus Army.
HIGH SCHOOL/CLUB: Attended Katy Taylor High School...trained at Houston North Gymnastics...coached by Bill Foster...member of the Junior Olympics National Team...won a gold medal on the floor exercise at the J.O. national meet.
PERSONAL: Full name is Gregory Lyle Stine...son of Brian and Cheryl Stine...born January 11, 1984...has one older sister (Kirsten), two younger sisters (Maysha, Trisha) and one younger brother (Michael)...majoring in basic sciences...plans on becoming a pilot following graduation...has served as Squadron Probation Officer...speaks fluent Korean...hobbies include computers, video games and sports...favorite events are the floor exercise and still rings...member of Cadet Squadron 29.