Ray Corona is starting his 18th season as a Nebraska Wesleyan assistant football coach and is the longest tenured member of the staff. This season he will again help with the punters and kickers. Last season he coached both an All-GPAC punter and kicker.
In 2011 he coached Ethan Hunke to become the top statistical punter in the country and become an All-American.
Corona coached wide receivers and defensive backs at Lincoln East High School from 1985 to 1991 before moving to Lincoln High School where he spent eight years teaching and coaching.
Corona was a two-year letter winner as a wide receiver at Kearney State College before transferring to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where he earned his degree in Education. He currently teaches at Scott Middle School. Corona and his wife Juanita have a daughter, Karla.