Luke Bengtson is an American Football Coach and former player. He is currently the Offensive Coordinator at Millikin University in Decatur, Illinois. Millikin University competes in the CCIW Conference. He has experience at both the Division II and Division III level as an offensive coordinator and special teams coordinator where his units ranked among the top in the conference in several statistical categories. He also has coaching experience in the Southeastern Conference and Big East at the Division I level. He was a part of the Arkansas Razorbacks staff in 2014 when they beat the University of Texas in the "Texas Bowl" in Houston. That team was loaded with NFL talent including Hunter Henry, Trey Flowers, Alex Collins and Brandon Allen.
He has won an Iowa High School state championship at Dowling Catholic as an assistant coach and has been a part of numerous championship teams and record setting offenses at their respective levels throughout college and high school football.
- Millikin University: Offensive Coordinator & Quarterbacks Coach
- Chadron State University: Tight Ends Coach
- University of Wisconsin La Crosse: Offensive Coordinator & Quarterbacks Coach
- Fairmont State University: Special Teams Coordinator, Passing Game Coordinator, and Wide Receivers Coach
- Greensboro College: Quarterbacks Coach, Wide Receivers Coach, and Recruiting Coordinator
- Dowling Catholic High School: Tight Ends Coach
- University of Arkansas: Offensive Quality Control Coach & Assistant Tight Ends Coach
- University of Connecticut: Offensive Graduate Assistant & Assistant Offensive Line Coach
- University of Central Missouri: Offensive Graduate Assistant & Running Backs Coach
- Saint Cloud State University: Student Assistant (Wide Receivers & Offensive Line)
Bengston played high school football at Johnston Senior High School, located in Johnston Iowa, where he still holds several conference and school receiving records. He was recognized as the 2003-2004 All State Performer at Wide Receiver. Bengston played wide receiver for Northwest Missouri State University where he was a member of the National Runner Up team in 2005. Bengston finished his career at St. Cloud State University where he played receiver from 2006-2007.
In 2018, Bengtson spent two weeks in late February with charitable organizations in South Africa, providing food, shoes, safe restrooms and access to clean water in rural villages. He and the mission group were tearing down unsafe facilities and then digging ditches to install Enviro Loos — a water less sanitation system that has nearly a 50-year lifespan.
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