Hundley returns to UWF baseball coaching staff
Former Argonaut catcher will join staff for 2013
PENSACOLA, Fla. – University of West Florida baseball head coach Mike Jeffcoat has announced the addition of Logan Hundley as an assistant coach. Hundley was a graduate assistant for Jeffcoat in 2009-10, and he previously played for the Argonauts in 2006-07. After a stint as an assistant coach at Northwest Florida State, Hundley will return to UWF for the 2013 season.
“We are happy to welcome Logan Hundley back to our baseball coaching staff,” said Jeffcoat. “Logan’s experience here as a former player and coach will help keep the continuity we look for in a coaching staff.”
In his two years playing for the Argonauts, Hundley played a key role as one of the team's primary catchers. In his senior year in 2007, he helped lead the team to their first ever Gulf South Conference championship. He also posted a .269 batting average while starting 23 games as a senior, and he produced eight doubles and 11 RBIs. In 2006, he appeared in 32 games with 13 starts, and he batted .444 (8-18) in 11 conference games.
Hundley received his bachelor’s degree in Sports Management from UWF in 2007 and his master’s in Physical Education in 2010. He is the son of Greg Hundley and Kristie Ellis and has two sisters, Kalyn (twin) and Kiersten, and a brother, Luke. His father, Greg, played football at Tennessee-Martin.
The Argonauts had another successful season in 2012, finishing the year with a 35-19 record while qualifying for the NCAA Tournament for the third straight year. The 2013 campaign will start in February, and the upcoming season’s schedule will be announced at a future date. For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com.