BATON ROUGE, LA (July 14, 2015) — The Louisiana High School Coaches Association (LHSCA) and Louisiana High School Athletic Association (LHSAA) announced today that Terence Williams has been appointed as Director of the LHSCA.
Williams most recently served as head coach and athletic director at Redemptorist High School from 2013-2015. Prior to that, Williams served as a teacher/coach/athletic director at Donaldsonville High, Leesville High, University Lab, Jackson High and Christian Life Academy. Williams has served on the LHSAA’s Executive Committee since 2012 and the LHSCA’s Executive Council since 2010. He also serves on the Louisiana Football Coaches Association (LFCA) board as well as the Louisiana High School Sports Hall of Fame Selection Committee.
As Director of the LHSCA, Williams will be responsible for the football, volleyball, basketball, soccer, baseball and softball all-star games, the summer LHSCA Coaches’ Clinic, the LHSCA January business meeting as well as coaches’ calendars, directories, cards and any other duties assigned by the Executive Director.
Williams received his bachelor’s degree in general studies from Louisiana State University and his masters in sport administration from Southern Miss in 2002. He graduated from Belaire High School in Baton Rouge, LA before competing in football and track at Kentucky State University.
About the LHSAA
The LHSAA is a private entity that provides and regulates interscholastic athletic programs that promote fair and equitable competition among its member schools that is in the best interest of the student-athlete. For more information about the LHSAA, visit http://www.LHSAA.org.