Having spent his first nine years as a coach here at Trinity, Leslie Frazier–the new head coach for the Minnesota Vikings–has had a profound impact on the school. A successful football program and a field named after him are just two examples. He did more than coach players. Frazier formed students who were good athletes, who grew into a deeper love for God, and who studied hard. Frazier’s impact on campus and in the lives of his players is evidence of the tremendous ability he possesses. But when he arrived on campus as a 27-year-old, without any experience or even a football team, his leadership was yet to be seen.
In this radio interview, Dr. William Washington, Trinity’s Senior Vice President for Student Affairs, talks about developing a football program with Leslie Frazier and the tremendous ability he showed in his first ever coaching job.
Courtesy of 720 WGN, Jan. 21, 2011
Dr. Washington Interviewed on WGN (Duration: 2:04)