December 4, 2012

Kniffin Recognized On All-Region Team

Senior wide receiver Adam Kniffin was honored with another postseason accolade today as he was selected to the All-West Region third team. Kniffin concluded his record-shattering career in November.

Kniffin, a native of Salem, Ore., broke every school receiving record at Puget Sound. This year, he set the single season record for receiving yards by becoming the first Logger in history to have over 1,000 receiving yards. He finished with 1,002 yards and 11 touchdowns.

"Adam is one of the most talented receivers to ever play at Puget Sound and one of the best team players that I have ever had the opportunity to coach," said head coach Jeff Thomas. "He rewrote our record book and we will obviously miss him next year."

Earlier in the year, Kniffin broke the single game record with 272 receiving yards against Chapman. His illustrious career includes 264 receptions, 2,908 yards and 40 touchdowns – all of which are school records.

He ranked eighth in Division III with 8.56 catches per game and 16th nationally with 111.33 yards per game.


Kupono Park
Waimanalo, Hawaiii
Kamehamaha HS

After an injury left him on the sideline for his freshman year, Kupono Park has fought back to earn the starting role at running back for the Loggers this year. While Kupono is known for his work ethic, he is also known as one of the funniest members of the football team. “Being a Logger means being able to hack hack and chop chop your way through life.”