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Record at Georgetown (years): 176-47 (19 years)
Coaching Record (years): 176-47 (19 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), 8-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 176, 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, AFCA Second Vice-President 2016
Milestones: Won Alfred’s first-ever Region 3 championship; coached eight All-Americans; 41 all-conference; four academic All-Americans; two players that played in NFL, including Rod Streater current Oakland Raiders wide receiver; coached quarterback to the school’s first-ever conference Player of the Year in 2002; posted best single-season school record in 2003; broke 29 offensive school records.
Park works as the Chief Digital Officer for the Kentucky State Department of Education and teaches undergraduate and graduate classes at Georgetown as an adjunct professor. He is married to Leah Park (GC ’99), who is the Director of Human Resources for Ale-8-One Bottling Company. They have two daughters, Neilsen (8), and Tye (5), one son, Asa (2), and are expecting their fourth child in January.
Milestones: Coached 11 MSC championship teams; in three national championship games; two NAIA national championship titles; two NAIA/AFCA All-Americans; five MSC All-Conference; five MSC Academic All-Conference; three Daktronics NAIA Scholar Athletes.
Dwayne Ellison joined staff in 2004, coaches kickers and punters, runs the offensive scout team and is the kick-off team coach while assisting with the punt team. He also spends time assisting the defensive backs. He works as the Director on Maintenance of Scott County Schools, and has been blessed with a great family with wife Crissy who is an elementary school teacher at Lemons Mill Elementary and three children, Riley (10), Charlie (6) and Finley (lost to SIDS at 105 days).
Milestones: Coached five all-conference players