Greg Youngblood was named Dordt College head football coach in December 2011 after holding assistant coaching positions at Taylor University (Indiana) and Waldorf College (Iowa) in 2006 and 2006. Youngblood was the head coach at Waldorf from 2007 to 2011. His coaching career also includes positions in the high school ranks from 1997 to 2004 and he was the head football coach at West Mesa High School (New Mexico) for two seasons.
Youngblood is a nationally certified strength and conditioning specialist and is an active member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and American Football Coaches Association.
I believe in the mission of Dordt to be a Christian college with academic excellence. As we strive for excellence on the field and in the classroom, our football program wants to help develop young men that honor God and to develop great character that leads to being great citizens, husbands, and fathers. Coaching at Dordt and working wtih the great young men here is a blessing, and we are excited to continue to build a program which our community and college will be proud.
Albuquerque Academy High School in Albuquerque, New Mexico
Bates College (3-year Letterman)
Bates College Bob Schmidt Award Recipient for strong character and positive attitude
B.A. in mathematics from Bates College in 1994
B.A. in education from College of Sante Fe at Albuquerque in 1998
M.A. in sports management from University of New Mexico in 2002
Sons—Zach and Cody