Mike Nelson '88
Athletic Hall of Fame 2011
Mike Nelson '88 is one of the most decorated baseball players in Huntingdon College history. In 1987, he was named an All-American, All Southern States Conference, and All District player and helped lead Huntingdon to its first College World Series appearance. He was the Hawks Most Valuable Player and team captain, and set the record for highest lifetime batting average, over 400. The 1988 Huntingdon graduate received a degree in physical education.
He has worked for Montgomery Coca-Cola bottling company for 24 years, currently serving as the area sales manager for Coca-Cola Refreshments. He and his wife, Renee, have one son, Hunter.