Snow College head football coach Britt Maughan today announced he will resign his position to pursue other coaching opportunities, effective immediately. Maughan has been associated with the Badger football program for a total of nine season, including the past for seasons as the head coach.
“I am announcing today that I will be stepping down as the head football coach at Snow College to pursue other coaching opportunities,” Maughan said. “I have thoroughly enjoyed my nine seasons here at Snow College. We have enjoyed a tremendous amount of success. I felt it was necessary to make this decision now so that our current players and future players would have a great opportunity to succeed.”
During his tenure as head coach, Maughan produced a 31-11 record and was ranked among the top-10 programs over the past three years, including a No. 2 national ranking in 2015. Maughan has coached a total of 14 Junior College All-Americans during his tenure at Snow, including 50 All-Conference selections. In 2015, Maughan was named the Western States Football League Coach of the Year after leading the Badgers to a 10-1 record. Over the past four years, the Badgers have averaged nearly 30 signees to four-year programs. Last season, the Badgers signed six of the nation’s top-100 football recruits.
“We appreciate the many things Coach Maughan has done for our football program over the past few years,” Snow College Athletics Director Rob Nielson said. “Given his many accomplishments, I’m certain Coach Maughan will be successful wherever he goes. We wish him and his family all the very best.”
The search for Coach Maughan’s replacement will begin immediately.