Hall Of Fame: Doug Adkins, Coach

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HALL OF FAME

DOUG ADKINS, COACH



EUROPE


  • Two years Head Coach in the Finnish Maple League with the Tampere Rocks 1986-1987
  • Defensive Coordinator Finnish National team - European Champions 1968
  • Defensive Coordinator Danube Dragons 2010 - Winner of the Austria Bowl- champions of the Austria league
  • Defensive Coordinator Prague Black Hawks 2012 - Winner of the Czech Bowl - Champion of the Czech league
  • Head Coach of the Carlstad Crusaders champions of the Sweden 2013 and 2014
  • Head Coach of the Novi Sad Dukes - champions of the Serbia League 2015 Champion of the CEFL 2015
  • Head Coach of the Serbia National Team - Perfect record in 2015 wins over the Italian and Hungarian national teams.
  • 2016 Head of the Serbia National Team

USA


  • 2008-2012 Defensive Coordinator- College of Siskiyous - Weed California – Northern California
  • 2007-2008 Defensive Coordinator - Shasta College - Redding California – Northern California
  • 2000- 2007 Head Football Coach – Humboldt State University - Arcata, California – Member of the Great Northwest Conference - DII conference
  • 1995-2000 Defensive Line Coach University of Nevada - Reno, Nevada – Member of the Western Athletic Conference -DI
  • 1991-1994 Defensive Coordinator –Humboldt State University - Arcata, California – Member of the Northern California Athletic Conference
  • 1989-1990 Defensive Coordinator – Oregon Tech - Klamath Falls, Oregon – Member of the Evergreen Conference
  • 1983-1989 Defensive Coordinator – Head Track Coach – Central Washington University- Ellensburg, Washington – Member of the Evergreen Conference
  • 1978-1983 Head Football Coach – Assistant Track Coach – Federal Way High - School – Federal Way, Washington – 5A School in the South Puget Sound League
  • 1975-1978 Head Football Coach – Head Track Coach – Sequim High School - Sequim, Washington – 3A School in the Olympic League
  • 1974-1974 Assistant Football Coach – Head Track Coach – Marysville - High School – Marysville, Washington 4A School in the Northwest Conference
  • 1972-1974 Offensive Line Coach– Wenatchee Valley College Wenatchee, Washington – Member of the Washington Junior College Conference
  • 1970-1972 Offensive Line Coach–Central Washington University Washington University - Ellensburg, Washington – Member of the Evergreen Conference


SPECIAL RECOGNITION

College of the Siskiyous
- Back to Back Conference Champion 2011-2012
- Win Northern California Bowl 2012
- 10 straight wins in 2012

Shasta College
- 2008 9-2 Season -- First Conference Championship season in 27 years
- 2008 Bowl game win in the Bulldog Bowl
- 2008 First winning season in six years
- 2008 First in Defense in Northern California

Humboldt State University
- 2006 9-2 Third best season in the history of Humboldt State University

University of Nevada
- 1995 Big West Champs – Las Vegas Bowl Vs Toledo
- 1996 Big West Champs – Las Vegas Bowl Champs Vs Ball State
- 1997 Big West Co-Champs
- Develop five all Big West defensive lineman

Humboldt State University
- 1994 Northern California Conference Co-Champs
- 1994 HSU best season since 1979
- First HSU Football Championship since 1986
- First back to back winning season since 1972
- Humboldt State Defense
- 2nd in NCAA Division II rushing defense 1992
- 8th in NCAA Division II rushing defense 19924
- 6th in NCAA Division II turn over margin 1994
- 20th in NCAA Division II total defense 1994
-1st in the NCAC Conference
- 1994-1993-1992 Total Defense
- 1994-1993-1992 Scoring Defense
- 1994-1993-1992 Rushing Defense
- 1994-1993-1992 Pass Defense
- 1994-1993-1992 Interception

Central Washington University
- Five times in the national play-offs
- Three times in the final four
- Three undefeated season in a roll
- 1st in the nation in total defense 1984 NAIA Division I
- 1st in the Evergreen Conference
- 1984-1987-1988-1989 Total Defense
- 1984-1987-1988-1989 Rushing Defense
- 1987-1988-1989 Pass Defense

Three Times High School Coach of the Year
-1975 Sequim High School- Olympic League Coach of the Year
-1978 Federal Way High School- South Puget Sound Coach of the Year
-1982 Federal Way High School- South Puget Sound Coach of the Year



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