22 May Corsicana Head Football Coach, Hal Wasson on Navarro Experience
I received a Leadership Scholarship to attend Navarro in 1975. I was also extended the opportunity to play football and be part of the 1975/1976 football team. I am greatly indebted to Navarro College. We had a wonderful and caring administration, faculty, and coaching staff. I still stay in touch with several of the faculty members during my time there as well as the coaches. Not only did I gain great educational strategies, I experienced many life lessons that I use today. The people at Navarro are special and am thankful for the many doors it has opened for me. I would absolutely encourage students to attend Navarro College. It gave me the confidence and motivation to continue my education and career. I cannot say enough good things. A truly wonderful and gratifying experience. There was never a doubt in my mind that everyone involved in my experience at Navarro truly had my best interest at heart. I know that, because I experienced it. Navarro College will always have a special place in my heart.
I am presently the Head Football Coach and Assistant Athletic Director at Corsicana High School. I have been fortunate to be in the education business for 39 years and had several stops in our great state. I have been married to Sallie for 38 years. We have a son Chase, daughter-in-law Shay and daughter, Chelsie. We have 3 beautiful grand kids. Chase and Shay have blessed us with Cal, 3, and Cash, 1. Chelsie has blessed us with Weston, 4.
Kerens High School 1975
“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, Go Together!” –J. Bailey
“Your hardest times often lead to the greatest moments of your life.” –Ziglar Vault
“The most important thing in the world is family and love.” –John Wooden
HEAD COACH HIGHLIGHTS:
National Coach of the Year by USA Today in 2011
Tom Landry Award in 2018
UnderArmour Coach in 2007 and 2014
First Down Club Coach of the Year 2012
Touching Lives Foundation Coach of the Year in 2012
Padilla Poll Coach of the Year for Texas in 2011
Golden Circle Coach of the Year in 1993