Broyles Award

2022 - Louisiana Broyles Award Recipient

Jason Brown – St Charles Catholic – Defensive Coordinator
Coach Brown is a 32-year veteran coach spending the last 5 seasons at St. Charles Catholic. Coach Brown, is married to Dawn Brown for 20 years, He is the father of Dillon Brown, son, 18 years old (Going to the University of Lafayette next year), and Jordan Brown, daughter, 20 (a Sophomore who Runs Track for the University of Lafayette).

Career Accomplishments
Won three State Championships in Track and Field (Woodlawn, Donaldsonville, Dutchtown) Three-State Runner ups in Track and Field (East Ascension, Two at Dutchtown)
Won Division III State Championship in Football at St Charles Catholic 2022
Two State Runner Ups in Football at St Charles Catholic
Numerous District Championships over the years
My biggest accomplishment is being able to give back to a sport that has given me so many blessings.

What makes coaching High School Football in Louisiana special?
Coaching High School football in the state of Louisiana is special because it is an important part of our state’s culture. People of our state recognize how important the game is as far as teaching life lessons. The game teaches discipline, sacrifice, and how to be a part of something that is way bigger than ourselves. I am so blessed to have been called to coach this great game and help young people to be the best versions of themselves in life, school, and sport. God has truly blessed me in my vocation.

2022 Broyles Nominees & Finalist

2020 – Louisiana Broyles Award Recipient

Craig Zeringue – Lutcher

2021 – Louisiana Broyles Award Recipient

Taurus Howard – Edna Karr

In 2018, the Broyles Award added to their 25-year tradition of honoring the nation’s best collegiate assistant football coaches through the creation of the High School Broyles Award. This award recognizes the top high school assistant football coach in every participating state, projecting their excellence onto the national stage.

National Broyles Award Website