Trevor Highfield begins his eighth season at Louisburg College, and first season as the Head Football Coach. Highfield and his staff will work to build men of character and empathy, who will go on to make a positive impact on the world. They foster a nurturing environment, which encourages student athletes to grow intellectually, culturally, socially, physically, and spiritually.
Highfield’s coaching experience includes over a decade of coordinator experience at the college level. He has coached at the NJCAA, NCAA D2, and NCAA D1 levels. His experience ranges from defensive coordinator, recruiting coordinator, head strength and conditioning coach, and position coach. While at Louisburg College the defense has reached great heights under his tutelage, including the #1 defense in the nation, multiple All Americans and All-Conference players.
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 from University of Washington in 1997 and a Master’s in Physical Education from University of Central Missouri in 2011.
Trevor, his wife Clare, an Instructor at Louisburg College, and their two children, Haylijane (7) and Kade (5) reside in Louisburg.