Tom Wogoman Press Release
Posted Thursday, January 28, 2021 9:13:22 AM EST
MIDDLEBURY, Ind. -- Tom Wogomon is retiring from the position of Head Football Coach at Northridge High School. He informed the student-athletes and coaching staff in a meeting this morning. A search for his replacement will begin immediately.
“Tom did an outstanding job of taking our program to the next level,” Northridge High School Athletic Director Dave Harms said. “He came in with high expectations from the start and maintained them throughout.”
Wogomon began his tenure in 2013 and became the winningest head coach in Northridge history after an eight-year run. He led the Raiders to their only 3 football championships -- sectional and regional titles in 2014 and the school’s lone Northern Lakes Conference championship in 2017. Wogomon was named NLC Coach of the Year in 2017 after guiding Northridge to its lone unbeaten regular season in program history.
Wogomon compiled a 52-34 win-loss record at Northridge, guiding the Raiders to five winning seasons after the program had just eight winning campaigns in its 42 previous seasons.
The deadline to apply for the Northridge High School head football coaching vacancy is Monday, March 1, 2021. Interested candidates should visit mcsin-k12.org, click on Human Resources, and click Job Listings/Applications.
“We’re looking for an energetic, positive, influential coach with high character and great leadership skills who can continue the Northridge tradition,” Harms said.