William D. Baucum

President at Louisiana High School Coaches Association

Location:
12720 Old Hammond Hwy, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States
Company:
Louisiana High School Coaches Association
HQ Phone:
(225) 300-4216
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Last Updated 6/20/2011

General Information

Employment History

President  - N Club

President  - Senior Class

Education

Normal State College

Springhill High School

Affiliations

Hall of Fame Member  - Springhill High School Alumni Association

Web References  

William D. Baucum (1932) - SpringhillAlumni.org :: Home of the Springhill High School Alumni Association

William D. Baucum (1932)
William D. Baucum (1932) William D. Baucum graduated in 1932 from Springhill High School. During his time at Springhill High School, he played on the football team as the quarterback, and also on the basketball team as a forward. After graduating Springhill, he attended Normal State College on an Athletic Scholarship. While attending Normal State College (NSU) , he continued to stand out. He was admired and respected by his peers. William excelled in his academics, various student activities, and sports. During his tenure at NSU, he served as President of the "N" Club (1934-1936); served as on the Student Council (1934-1936); a YMCA cabinet member (1934-1936); served as the Senior Class President (1935-1936); and also the Captain of the Football Team (1935-1936). After graduation with a B.A degree from NSU, he began his coaching career at Shongaloo High School. Later, he returned to his old Alma Mater - Springhill High School - as backfield coach. He was soon promoted to head Football Coach. Afterward, he added Basketball and Track to his coaching career, where he was also highly successful. In football, however, he proved to be the unbeatable coach. His 1952 football team won the State Championship, the school's first. He was selected the Coach of North Louisiana High School All-Stars and later elected President of Louisiana High School Coaches Association. William attributed his successes to following and respecting the quotation: "An honest man is the noblest work of God."

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Home Students William D. Baucum (1932) William D. Baucum (1932) William D. Baucum graduated in 1932 from Springhill High School.During his time at Springhill High School, he played on the football team as the quarterback, and also on the basketball team as a forward.After graduating Springhill, he attended Normal State College on an Athletic Scholarship.While attending Normal State College (NSU) , he continued to stand out.He was admired and respected by his peers.William excelled in his academics, various student activities, and sports.During his tenure at NSU, he served as President of the "N" Club (1934-1936); served as on the Student Council (1934-1936); a YMCA cabinet member (1934-1936); served as the Senior Class President (1935-1936); and also the Captain of the Football Team (1935-1936).After graduation with a B.A degree from NSU, he began his coaching career at Shongaloo High School.Later, he returned to his old Alma Mater - Springhill High School - as backfield coach.He was soon promoted to head Football Coach.Afterward, he added Basketball and Track to his coaching career, where he was also highly successful.In football, however, he proved to be the unbeatable coach.His 1952 football team won the State Championship, the school's first.He was selected the Coach of North Louisiana High School All-Stars and later elected President of Louisiana High School Coaches Association.William attributed his successes to following and respecting the quotation: "An honest man is the noblest work of God."

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Home Hall of Fame Students William D. Baucum (1932) William D. Baucum (1932) William D. Baucum graduated in 1932 from Springhill High School.During his time at Springhill High School, he played on the football team as the quarterback, and also on the basketball team as a forward.After graduating Springhill, he attended Normal State College on an Athletic Scholarship.While attending Normal State College (NSU) , he continued to stand out.He was admired and respected by his peers.William excelled in his academics, various student activities, and sports.During his tenure at NSU, he served as President of the "N" Club (1934-1936); served as on the Student Council (1934-1936); a YMCA cabinet member (1934-1936); served as the Senior Class President (1935-1936); and also the Captain of the Football Team (1935-1936).After graduation with a B.A degree from NSU, he began his coaching career at Shongaloo High School.Later, he returned to his old Alma Mater - Springhill High School - as backfield coach.He was soon promoted to head Football Coach.Afterward, he added Basketball and Track to his coaching career, where he was also highly successful.In football, however, he proved to be the unbeatable coach.His 1952 football team won the State Championship, the school's first.He was selected the Coach of North Louisiana High School All-Stars and later elected President of Louisiana High School Coaches Association.William attributed his successes to following and respecting the quotation: "An honest man is the noblest work of God."

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