2004





LINCOLN   PHILLIPS

DATE OF BIRTH: ..., 1941
PLACE OF BIRTH: St. James, Port-of-Sain, Trinidad
EDUCATION:
  • Burke (1954-57)
  • Queen's Royal College (1958-59)
  • Howard University, Washington DC, USA (BS, MS, Physical Education)
  • POSITION: Goalkeeper
    LOCAL CLUBS:
  • Providence (1957)
  • Queen's Royal College (1958-59)
  • Maple (1960-63)
  • Regiment (1964-67)
  • FOREIGN CLUBS:
  • Baltimore Bays (USA), 1968, 1972-73
  • Washington Darts (USA), 1969-71
  • Baltimore Comets (USA), 1974-75
  • CAREER:                           Phillips coached the Howard University (Washington DC, USA) soccer team from 1970 to 1980 and won two NCAA Division I Championships in 1971 and 1974 by defeating St Louis University of Missouri 3-2 and 2-1 (4OT), respectively. However, the 1971 championship was later vacated. In 1996, he published the book "Soccer Goalkeeping: The Last Line of Defense, the First Line of Attack," and, in 2004, he was appointed Technical Director of the Trinidad and Tobago Football Federation. His career includes the following significant accomplishments:
    • 1971: Coached Howard University to NCAA Division I Championship
    • 1974: Coached Howard University to NCAA Division I Championship
    Compiled by Ronald C. Emrit