The Louisiana High School Athletic Association announced Tuesday that former Redemptorist head coach Terence Williams will be the new Director of the Louisiana High School Coaches Association.
Williams has a deep resume with stops at Donaldsonville, Leesville, University Lab and others along the way. He has served on the LHSCA’s Executive Council since 2010 and the LHSAA's Executive Committee since 2012.
The Belaire High alum is also on the Louisiana Football Coaches Association board and the Louisiana High School Sports Hall of Fame Selection Committee.
The Director of the LHSCA is responsible for the football, volleyball, basketball, soccer, baseball and softball all-star games as well as the summer LHSCA Coaches’ Clinic and the LHSCA January business meeting. They are also responsible for the coaches’ calendars, directories, cards and any other duties the LHSAA Executive Director assigns them.
Williams received his bachelor’s degree in general studies from LSU and his masters in sport administration from Southern Miss. He also competed in football and track at Kentucky State University.
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