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Chris Douglas
Sport(s) College football
Playing career
1986-1990 Southwestern College
Coaching career (HC unless noted)
2002-2006
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Southwestern
Abilene Christian asst
Jamestown College asst
Southwestern asst
Head coaching record
Overall 20-29 (0.40816)

Chris Douglas is an American football player and coach in the United States. He presently is an assistant coach at Highland Community College[1] where he will serve as offensive coordinator.[2]

Douglass was the twenty-seventh head football coach for the Southwestern College Moundbuilders in Winfield, Kansas. At Southwestern, he compiled a record of 20 wins and 29 losses, ranking him 22 out of 27 head coaches in winning percentage, and #10 in terms of total wins.[3] Before coaching at Southwestern, Douglas served as an assistant coach at Abilene Christian University, Jamestown College, and at Southwestern.[4] At Southwestern, Douglass would coach against his mentor and former Southwestern head coach Monty Lewis.[5]

Douglas stepped down as head coach after the 2006 season[6] and was replaced by current coach Ken Crandall.

Personal life[edit]

Douglas and his family now live in Stigler, Oklahoma. He is now coaching high school football.[7]

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