Search Results for: Lincoln Johnson

Johnson only Alaskan named to All-UMAC football team

Greenville College defensive lineman Lincoln Johnson of Nikiski was voted to the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference all-star football team. The 6-foot, 215-pound senior was named second team defense after the best season of his college career with the NCAA D3 school in Greenville, Illinois. Johnson, of Nikiski High fame, recorded career highs in tackles [34],… Read more »

Johnson, Moore named all-conference for Greenville

Two Alaska football players from Greenville College in Illinois have been named first team all-conference in the NCAA D3 Upper Midwest Athletic Conference. Nikiski’s Lincoln Johnson was honored as a defensive lineman. The 6-foot, 215-pound sophomore made 25 tackles in 10 games. He also had three sacks and recovered two fumbles. Greenville was one of… Read more »

Johnson starts at Greenville, helps team reach NCCAA Victory Bowl

Freshman defensive lineman Lincoln Johnson of Kenai finished up a strong rookie season with the Greenville College. The 6-foot, 200-pounder started nine of 11 games and helped Greenville [9-2] finish second in the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference and earn a berth in the NCCAA Victory Bowl. Johnson, of Nikiski High fame, collected 25 tackles, seven… Read more »

Friday Flashback

Friday Flashback Take a trip down memory lane Friday Flashback is an ongoing series created by Alaska Sports Blog editor Van Williams that looks back on great Alaska athletes from the past. The ultimate pocket passer, Conor Feckley of Anchorage picked apart defenses on the gridiron with surgical precision. The quarterback threw for nearly 12,000… Read more »

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