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Record at Georgetown (years): 162-40 (17 years)
Coaching Record (years): 162-40 (17 years)
Milestones: American Football Coaches Association Board of Directors, 150 wins in 15 seasons and five games, 100 wins in less than 10 full seasons (2006), 7-time MSC Coach of the Year, 2-time NAIA National Champion, 2-time NAIA National Runner-Up, winningest coach in Georgetown history, in the Top 5 for active coaches in wins with 162, No. 2 nationally in coaches for win percentage at .802, 2-time NAIA Coach of the Year, 2011 AFCA NAIA Region 1 Co-Coach of the Year, 2012 AFCA NAIA Region 1 Coach of the Year
Milestones: Two-time national champion as quarterback at Georgetown College, two-time state championship for Newport Central Catholic as head coach
Milestones: Played four seasons as a safety for the Tigers; 41-8 career record; played in two national title games; was captain of 2000 National Championship team; named defensive MVP of national title game; during that span the Tigers won the conference title three years in a row; in 2001 was a graduate assistant for the 2001 National Championship Tigers; played one season as a member of the 2004 Lexington Horseman arena football team as a defensive back before coming back to the Tigers as an assistant coach for the 2004 season when the Tigers were national semifinalist; served as safeties coach 2005 then named secondary coach for the 2006 MSC Championship Tigers; currently serves as recruiting coordinator and secondary coach for the Tigers.
Alma Mater: Georgetown College '99
Family Information: Park works as the Chief Information Officer for the Clark County School District and has taught undergraduate and graduate classes at Georgetown as an adjunct professor. He is married to Leah Coey Park, who is a human resources manager for Host Communications/Triple Crown Media. They have a two daughters and a son.
Defensive Assistant/Kickers and Punters
Alma Mater: Campbellsville University '97
Family Information: The Fleming County native and his wife Crissy, also a teacher in the Scott County school system, have a daughter, Riley, and a son, Charlie.
Tight Ends Coach