|Title:||Head Football Coach/Defensive Coordinator|
Trevor Highfield begins his eighth season at Louisburg College
and first season as the Head Football Coach. A native of Colton,
Oregon, Highfield came to Louisburg after having spent one season
with Head Coach John Sala, as defensive coordinator at Ellsworth
Community College. Previous to ECC, Highfield spent two years
as Defensive Coordinator at Northwestern Oklahoma State University.
Highfield also served two years at the University of Texas-El Paso
where he specialized in working with the defensive tackles. He also
spent time at Western New Mexico University where he was the
defensive line coach, while also serving as the assistant strength
and conditioning coach and assistant recruiting coordinator.
As a college player, Highfield was a three-year starter at the University of Washington (1993-1995). He was a multiple award winner as a senior, including receiving All-PAC 10 honors, as well as being tabbed the Huskies Lineman of the Year. Highfield was a member of the 1991 National Championship team and three PAC-10 championship teams (1992, 1993, and 1995) at Washington. He was inducted into the Washington Football Hall of Fame in 1999.
Highfield earned his Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from University of Washington in 1997 and a Master’s in Physical Education from University of Central Missouri in 2011.
Trevor, his wife Clare, and Instructor at Louisburg College, and their two children, Haylijane (7) and Kade (5) reside in Louisburg.