Meet the Lady Coyote Softball Coaches

Haylee Williams
Head Softball Coach

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Haylee Williams became Head Coach of the Weatherford College softball program in 2013.

Through the 2018 season, Williams’ teams are 234-790 overall including six postseason berths, two conference championship and a national tournament berth. In those five years the Coyotes have produced 5 All-America honorees, 47 All-Conference players and 31 players that have moved on to the university level of competition.

Williams became the first assistant softball coach in Weatherford College history in the spring of 2011, earning the head coaching job in the spring of 2013.

Prior to her move to Weatherford, Williams worked as an assistant softball coach at Henderson State University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas for two years. At Henderson State, she coached the top defense in the Gulf South Conference and the 13th-ranked defense in the country.

The Texas native played softball at Hill College for two years, earning All-Star and All-Conference honors at second base. She then transferred to Henderson State University, earning All-Gulf South Conference honors at third base, as well as Academic All-American status.

Williams earned a bachelor's degree in Sports Management and a master's degree in Sports Administration, both from Henderson State.


Chris Flanagan

Assistant Softball Coach

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Chris Flanagan joined the WC coaching staff in the fall of 2011 as an assistant baseball coach. He was named assistant softball coach in 2013.

The Buna, Texas native pitched for Lamar University from 1997 to 2001. He then spent the next five years playing in professional independent leagues, including stints in Sioux City, Iowa in the Northern League; Chillicothe, Ohio in the Frontier League; and in the Central League with San Angelo and El Paso. He has also served as an associate scout for the Cincinnati Reds for the last three years.

He earned a bachelor's degree in Applied Arts and Sciences in 2001 and a master's degree in Education in 2010, both from Lamar. He is married to the former Casey Morgan, and the couple has four children, Cayden, Carter, Cori and Camryn.