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Columbia soccer coach Lincoln Phillips | PHOTOS

Lincoln Phillips, 80, center, and his somn, Derek, center-left, teaching on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17.
(Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)

Columbia soccer coach Lincoln Phillips | PHOTOS

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Lincoln Phillips, 80, teaching on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School/Lincoln Phillips Goal Keeping Academy, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17.
Lincoln Phillips
Lincoln Phillips, 80, teaching on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School / Lincoln Phillips Goal Keeping Academy, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17.
Lincoln Phillips, 80, teaching on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School / Lincoln Phillips Goal Keeping Academy, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Lincoln Phillips
Three generations of Phillips Soccer (left to right) granddaughter Joy Phillips, 12, Lincoln Phillips, son, Derek Phillips, and granddaughter Kenzee Phillips, 7. Lincoln Phillips, 80, teaching on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School / Lincoln Phillips Goal Keeping Academy, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17.
Three generations of Phillips Soccer (left to right) granddaughter Joy Phillips, 12, Lincoln Phillips, son, Derek Phillips, and granddaughter Kenzee Phillips, 7. Lincoln Phillips, 80, teaching on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School / Lincoln Phillips Goal Keeping Academy, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Lincoln Phillips
Lincoln Phillips, 80, center, and his somn, Derek, center-left, teaching on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17.
Lincoln Phillips, 80, center, and his somn, Derek, center-left, teaching on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Lincoln Phillips
Lincoln Phillips, 80, teaching technique with is goal keepers on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. (Left to Right) Tavi Decker, 13, Sykesville; Kartik Sulivan, 16, Ellicott City; and Chitra Sullivan, Ellicott City. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17.
Lincoln Phillips, 80, teaching technique with is goal keepers on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. (Left to Right) Tavi Decker, 13, Sykesville; Kartik Sulivan, 16, Ellicott City; and Chitra Sullivan, Ellicott City. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Lincoln Phillips
Lincoln Phillips, 80, teaching technique with is goal keepers on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. (Left to Right) Tavi Decker, 13, Sykesville; Stanley Simonsen, 13, Catonsville; Chitra Sullivan, Ellicott City; Kartik Sulivan, 16, Ellicott City (with ball). Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17.
Lincoln Phillips, 80, teaching technique with is goal keepers on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. (Left to Right) Tavi Decker, 13, Sykesville; Stanley Simonsen, 13, Catonsville; Chitra Sullivan, Ellicott City; Kartik Sulivan, 16, Ellicott City (with ball). Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Lincoln Phillips
Lincoln Phillips, 80, teaching technique with is goal keepers on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. (Left to Right) Stanley Simonsen, 13, Catonsville, (with ball); Chitra Sullivan, Ellicott City; and Tavi Decker, 13, Sykesville. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17.
Lincoln Phillips, 80, teaching technique with is goal keepers on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. (Left to Right) Stanley Simonsen, 13, Catonsville, (with ball); Chitra Sullivan, Ellicott City; and Tavi Decker, 13, Sykesville. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Lincoln Phillips
Lincoln Phillips, 80, teaching technique with is goal keepers on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. (Left to Right) Kartik Sulivan, 16, Ellicott City; Stanley Simonsen, 13, Catonsville; and Chitra Sullivan, Ellicott City. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17.
Lincoln Phillips, 80, teaching technique with is goal keepers on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. (Left to Right) Kartik Sulivan, 16, Ellicott City; Stanley Simonsen, 13, Catonsville; and Chitra Sullivan, Ellicott City. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Lincoln Phillips
Lincoln Phillips' son, Derek Lincoln, owner "Inside Out Performance" of Columbia, discusses ball control with his players before kicking drill during practice. He treaches alongside his father. Lincoln Phillips, 80, teaching on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17.
Lincoln Phillips' son, Derek Lincoln, owner "Inside Out Performance" of Columbia, discusses ball control with his players before kicking drill during practice. He treaches alongside his father. Lincoln Phillips, 80, teaching on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Lincoln Phillips
Derek Phillips, left, demonstrates ball control / pass drill with MJ Day, 11, Randallstown. Lincoln Phillips, 80, teaching on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17.
Derek Phillips, left, demonstrates ball control / pass drill with MJ Day, 11, Randallstown. Lincoln Phillips, 80, teaching on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Lincoln Phillips
Derek Phillips, demonstrates proper kicking technique during kicking / goal keeping drill. Lincoln Phillips, 80, teaching on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17.
Derek Phillips, demonstrates proper kicking technique during kicking / goal keeping drill. Lincoln Phillips, 80, teaching on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Lincoln Phillips
Dane Simonsen, 12, Catonsville, kicks the ball during kicking / goal keeping drill under the watchful eye of Derek Phillips. Lincoln Phillips, 80, teaching on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17.
Dane Simonsen, 12, Catonsville, kicks the ball during kicking / goal keeping drill under the watchful eye of Derek Phillips. Lincoln Phillips, 80, teaching on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Lincoln Phillips
Chitra Sullivan, 13, Ellicott City, makes a save during kicking / goal keeping drills at practice under the watchful eye of Lincoln Phillips. Lincoln Phillips, 80, teaching on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17.
Chitra Sullivan, 13, Ellicott City, makes a save during kicking / goal keeping drills at practice under the watchful eye of Lincoln Phillips. Lincoln Phillips, 80, teaching on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Lincoln Phillips
Lincoln Phillips teaches proper hand positioning with goalie, Tavi Decker, 13, Sykesville during kicking / goal keeper drill. Lincoln Phillips, 80, teaching on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17.
Lincoln Phillips teaches proper hand positioning with goalie, Tavi Decker, 13, Sykesville during kicking / goal keeper drill. Lincoln Phillips, 80, teaching on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Lincoln Phillips
Tavi Decker, 13, Sykesville, makes a save during kicking / goal keeping drills at practice under the watchful eye of Lincoln Phillips, right. Lincoln Phillips, 80, teaching on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17.
Tavi Decker, 13, Sykesville, makes a save during kicking / goal keeping drills at practice under the watchful eye of Lincoln Phillips, right. Lincoln Phillips, 80, teaching on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Lincoln Phillips
Lincoln Phillips, 80, teaching on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. He stresses the importance of individual performance by his players. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17.
Lincoln Phillips, 80, teaching on the soccer field at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia. He stresses the importance of individual performance by his players. Phillips is a former soccer coach at Howard University who led the men's team to win its first NCAA Division I Championship in 1971. He lives in Columbia and is the founder of Lincoln Phillips Soccer School, a summer camp that teaches soccer to kids ages 6-17. (Jeffrey F. Bill/Baltimore Sun Media)
Lincoln Phillips - 1989
Lincoln Phillips, head coach of Virginia Commonwealth's soccer team.
Lincoln Phillips, head coach of Virginia Commonwealth's soccer team. (Perry E. Thorsvik/Check with Baltimore Sun Photo)
Lincoln Phillips - 1974
April 14, 1974 - Lincoln Phillips, who combines coaching duties at Howard University with playing for the Comets, demonstrates ball control in west Baltimore.
April 14, 1974 - Lincoln Phillips, who combines coaching duties at Howard University with playing for the Comets, demonstrates ball control in west Baltimore. (Paul Hutchins/Check with Baltimore Sun Photo)
Lincoln Phillips - 1968
Lincoln Phillips (right) and Terry Adlington, goal keepers, 1968 Baltimore Bays.
Lincoln Phillips (right) and Terry Adlington, goal keepers, 1968 Baltimore Bays. (LAFORCE/Check with Baltimore Sun Photo)
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