· One of the most successful Junior College Coaches
· 17 Conference Championships
· 66 JC All-Americans
· 8 times – National Coach of the Year
· Over 300 Players getting Scholarships to NCAA
· 34+ players have gone to the NFL
Coach Cro was recently inducted into the NJCAA Hall-of-Fame. In his 24 seasons (1982-2005), Croshaw compiled a record of 214-56-1, won 17 conference titles, and was the national runner-up twice. He coached 36 NJCAA first-team All-Americans, had the nation's top running back nine times and coached four NJCAA players of the year. Coach "Cro" launched his coaching career after a distinguished playing career at Yakima Valley Junior College and Weber State, he signed with the Green Bay Packers in the NFL. His first and last coaching assignment was at Dixie College. He started his career as an assistant coach with Tom Ramage at Dixie; then under LaVell Edwards at BYU as a graduate assistant; and then with the Arslanian brothers (Dave and Paul) at Snow College where they took over a struggling program that was coming off 12 consecutive losing seasons with only 1 win in 2 years prior to their arrival in 1975 and together they created a powerhouse 3-time conference champ and nationally ranked for the first time ever. Cro then moved to Northern Arizona University before returning to where he started, Dixie College as the head coach. Coach Cro has been helping area high schools since retiring from Dixie...and now is excited to reunite with the Arslanian brothers and "relaunch" junior college football in St George...with the St George Eagles..."Home of the Dixie Spirit"...and do what he is a master at...helping young men become Major College Football Players.
St. George Eagles is the first private junior college football teams in Utah whose program will help post-high school football players develop academically, athletically and physically to reach their goal of playing major college football.
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