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Meet the new LHS coaches

September 17, 2019

Justin Mueller, Defensive Backs Coach

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Justin Mueller, Defensive Backs Coach

New coach Justin Mueller coaches an athlete, Payton Hughes.

New coach Justin Mueller coaches an athlete, Payton Hughes.

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New coach Justin Mueller coaches an athlete, Payton Hughes.

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New coach Justin Mueller coaches an athlete, Payton Hughes.

  1. What made you want to coach at Lincoln?

I wanted to coach at Lincoln because I played for Coach Fredenburg at his previous school and I really believe in the system and things he preaches about becoming a better student, person and athlete to his players. It truly is a great program and I am excited to be part of it.

  1. What’s your favorite part of coaching?

My favorite part of coaching is being able to teach and help people develop their skills and continue to become a better player each and every day. I get to see the players’ progress and accomplish personal and team goals, and that is very satisfying as a coach.

  1. How does your coaching style going to have an impact on the team?

My coaching style is going to help this team out because I was taught by coach Fredenburg when I was their age, and I have lived through and seen the changes in my life that his style of coaching teaches these young men. I’m only 22 years old, so not too long ago I was in their shoes, I feel as if I can give them someone to relate to. 

Erinn Temple, Volleyball Head Coach

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Erinn Temple, Volleyball Head Coach

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What made you want to coach at Lincoln?

I wanted to coach at Lincoln because it was an opportunity to be back in Sioux Falls and rebuild a competitive and successful program.

  1. What’s your favorite part of coaching?

My favorite part of coaching is seeing the athletes every day and watching them grow as people and as athletes. I also really enjoy watching them enjoy themselves and have fun when on the court.

  1. How does your coaching style going to have an impact on the team?

My coaching style is supportive with high expectations. The impact that it’s had on the team so far is that they don’t fear mistakes but they strive to be better for themselves and for each other.

Erick Struck, Offensive Coordinator

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Erick Struck, Offensive Coordinator

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  1. What made you want to coach at Lincoln?

I have known Coach Fredenburg for a long time as well as a lot of the other football coaches at Lincoln.  I’ve always had a lot of respect for them, and I also heard a lot of great things about the players and kids at Lincoln. Coach Fredenburg offered me the opportunity to be the Offensive Coordinator so I jumped at the chance.

  1. What’s your favorite part of coaching?

The best part of coaching is the relationships you have with the players and coaches. It is so much fun to come to practice every day and be around everyone. 

  1. How does your coaching style going to have an impact on the team?

I just hope that I can help put our kids in the best position to be successful every week and for them to have an opportunity to reach their individual and team goals. I hope we can score a lot of points!

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