December 5, 2011

Kniffin Earns Accolades From

TACOMA, Wash. – Junior wide receiver Adam Kniffin was selected to's All-West Region Second Team on Monday. Kniffin was recognized for another record-breaking year in 2011.

Kniffin, a native of Salem, Ore., once again led the Loggers and the Northwest Conference in receiving. He hauled in 95 catches for 995 yards, both of which are school records, and 12 touchdowns. He also finished second in Division III with 10.56 catches per game and 14th with 110.56 receiving yards per game.

Kniffin's record-breaking career reached new heights in 2011 as he broke career marks in receptions and touchdown catches. He now 187 career catches, 29 of which went for touchdowns, for 1,906 yards. He is just 306 yards short of the career yardage record set by Hall-of-Famer Mike Bos.

Kniffin and the Loggers had another high-flying year offensively, ranking eighth in Division in passing yards per game.

All 11 offensive starters and nine defensive starters, including Kniffin, will return when the Loggers take the field in 2012.

Complete All-Region teams

Kupono Park
Waimanalo, Hawaiii
Kamehamaha HS

After an injury left him on the sideline for his freshman year, Kupono Park has fought back to earn the starting role at running back for the Loggers this year. While Kupono is known for his work ethic, he is also known as one of the funniest members of the football team. “Being a Logger means being able to hack hack and chop chop your way through life.”