2018 EasternPAFootball.com Class 4A Coach of the Year, Nick Lincoln, Imhotep Charter (12)
Nick Lincoln coached at Penn Wood from 2014 to 2016 compiling a 10-22 record. In 2017, Lincoln’s first year at Imhotep, he finished with an impressive12-2 record and guided the Panthers to their third straight trip to Hershey.
“Our program stood strong through adversity to rise above this season. This award really recognizes the hard work of our coaching staff, school community, and scholar-athletes. We All Shine at Imhotep.”
This is his 11th season…two at Atlee HS in VA, four at Imhotep as OC, three at Penn Wood as HC, and the past two years at Imhotep.
In 2018, he guided Imhotep to their fourth consecutive trip to Hershey. His team finished the season with an record of 11-3.
They won the Class 3A State Title in 2015 and were runners-up the last three years.
Q. What stood out about your team this season?
Our team perseverance over trauma stood out this season. We really responded as a brotherhood to any and all adversity we collectively faced.
Q. What makes your staff great and how have they helped you throughout the season.
Our staff is phenomenal, I wouldn’t be able to run this program as fluidly without the men who grind on a daily basis to mentor our young men. We operate with a very small budget, but the men I’m blessed to work with do it for the grown of our student-athletes and our community.
Q. How did your team impact your community this year?
We have a service component to our program. Our players have read to an area elementary school and regularly mentor younger players in their community. We our building men for our community to flourish.
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