August 22, 1911|
|Died||November 19, 1985
|Alma mater||Washington State|
|Coaching career (HC unless noted)|
|Head coaching record|
Phillip John Sarboe (August 22, 1911 – November 19, 1985) was an American football player and coach.
Sarboe played college football at Washington State. He played in the National Football League for the Boston Redskins in 1934. He also played for the Chicago Cardinals and the Brooklyn Dodgers. He completed only 42.3 percent of his passes for just 1,133 yards, had a 4–26 career touchdown to interception ratio, and a career passer rating of 27.9.
In 1941 and 1942 he coached at Central Washington University compiling a 6-6-3 record. From 1945 to 1949, he was the head coach at Washington State University, where he guided the Cougars to a 17–26–3 record. He then coached at Humboldt State University where he compiled a record of 104-37-5 between 1951 and 1965. In 1966, he coached at the University of Hawaii, where he posted a 4–6 record.
Head coaching record
|Central Washington Wildcats (Evergreen Conference) (1941–1942)|
|Washington State Cougars (Pacific Coast Conference) (1945–1949)|
|Humboldt State Lumberjacks (Northern California Athletic Conference) (1951–1965)|
|1956||Humboldt State||9-2||4-1||1st (T)|
|1958||Humboldt State||7-2-1||3-2||2nd (T)|
|1960||Humboldt State||11-1||5-0||1st||L 14-15 NAIA Division I Championship|
|1961||Humboldt State||8-2||4-1||1st (T)|
|1963||Humboldt State||6-1-2||3-1-1||1st (T)|
|Hawaii Rainbows (Independent) (1966)|
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