18 Jul Anderson leaves Navarro to become CHS softball coach
The Corsicana ISD Board of Trustees Monday approved Courtney Anderson as the new head softball coach for Corsicana High School.
Anderson spent the last 11 years as the assistant coach of the Navarro Bulldogs, working with head coach Jessica Karenke-Burke.
“We are so pleased to have Coach Anderson lead our softball program at CHS,” said Shade Boulware, principal of CHS. “She has been successful on the collegiate level both as a player and as a coach. She comes highly recommended from her colleagues at Navarro College.”
In 2003, Anderson graduated from Coppell High School with a highly successful high school softball career. She joined the Navarro Bulldog team and was successful in gaining both All-Region and All-Academic honors. Anderson continued to play at the University of Texas in Arlington before she graduated in 2007 with her bachelor’s degree.
In 2007, she joined Navarro College as the assistant softball coach. From 2008-2018, the Navarro Bulldogs have had four Conference Championships (2010, 2011, 2014, 2015), three Regional Championship Appearances (2010, 2011, 2015), and one National Championship Appearance (2015). Anderson was named two times to the Region XIV Coaching Staff of the Year (2010, 2014). She has coached 57 players who committed to play NCAA Division 1, Division 2, and Division 3 as well as National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Universities.
“We welcome Coach Anderson with her knowledge and skills of the game as well her desire and ability to encourage academic success,” said Boulware.