Greg Dykstra
21  Greg Dykstra
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Everson, WA

High School:
Lynden Christian

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 200

Position:
F

Age:
23


COLLEGE: In first year as member of basketball team ? Completed outstanding career as member of Western football team on Nov. 16 ? Set school career records for consecutive games with a reception (38) and catches (181) ? Finished second among school career leaders in receiving yards (2,720) and sixth in scoring (188) ? Team co-captain as senior in 2002 ? Started all 10 games, making 59 catches for 825 yards (14.0 apc) and nine touchdowns ? all team-leading figures ? Also averaged 13.6 yards on 11 punt returns, returning one 58 yards for a touchdown ? Caught three touchdown passes in each of back-to-back games, the first time in school history that had been accomplished twice in a season ? Verizon District VIII College Division and GNAC academic all-star ? Second-team preseason d2football.com West Region all-star ? First-team Little All-Northwest and GNAC all-star, Verizon District VIII Academic all-star and GNAC Academic all-star in 2001 ? Started all 11 games, making 57 catches for 919 yards and 10 touchdowns with long of 61 yards, leading team in each category ? Tied school record with career-high 14 receptions (128 yards) against UC Davis ? Also had career-high 145 yards receiving (5 catches) versus Fort Lewis CO ? In 2000 was first-team Columbia Football Association all-star, second-team Little All-Northwest and Verizon District VIII Academic all-star ? Started all 10 games ? Caught 42 passes for 717 yards (17.1 apc) and 9 touchdowns, with long of 71; leading team in each category ? Tied school record with 3 touchdown catches against West Texas A&M ? Had 9 catches versus Saint Mary's CA and 106 yards receiving against Portland State ? Played in all 11 games in 1999, making six starts ? Made 23 catches for 259 yards (11.3 apc) and two touchdowns ? Redshirt in 1998 ? Three letters.

HIGH SCHOOL: First-team all-state pick as senior in basketball at Lynden Christian High School ... Helped Lyncs place third at state, averaging 18.0 points, 8.0 rebounds and 6.0 assists ... Set career records for points (1,403), assists (375), and steals (227); and season marks for assists (148) and steals (75) ... Three-time all-conference selection ... Second-team all-state as sophomore on team that placed fifth at state ... Second-team Washington Prep Football Report all-State selection three straight years in football ... Also named Bellingham Herald all-County All-Around Offensive Player and first-team all-North Cascades Conference both ways ... Led Lyncs to Class 1A state championship and 11-3 record as senior ... Had 2,200 yards of total offense and responsible for 32 touchdowns as quarterback on offense ... Named first-team all-Whatcom County League all-star on defense and second-team on offense as junior ... Helped LCHS finish 10-2 and reach state quarterfinals ... Had school-record 53 receptions as sophomore ... Four-time all-league choice in baseball, hitting over .400 as junior and senior.

PERSONAL: Major is engineering ... His father, Glen, earned all-state honors in basketball as he led LCHS to 1976 state championship ? His younger brother, Grant, is member of Western basketball team.