•          I graduated from Robert E. Lee High School in Montgomery, Alabama in 1989 and received a baseball scholarship from Huntingdon College.  In high school I was selected to the All-Metro team as a senior second baseman and was nominated for the Jimmy Hitchcock Award.  I am entering my 13th year as a head baseball coach and23nd year as a physical/health educator.  In 2005, I was named the head varsity baseball coach at Lowndes Academy.  During my four year tenure at Lowndes, my teams won two consecutive state championships (2006-2007) and finished runner-up once (2005).  I was named AISA “Coach of the Year” three years in a row (2005-2007) and was voted by his peers as the “Coach of the Year” two consecutive years (2006-2007) by the Alabama Baseball Coaches Association.  In 2008, I was named the head baseball coach and Health teacher at Brewbaker Technology Magnet High School.  I served three years at Brew Tech before taking the assistant principal position.  While there my team won their first Area Championship (2009) and also earned their first two play-off appearances in school history.  In 2009 and 2014, I was voted by my peers to coach the South All-Star team during the AHSAA All-Star Sports Week in Montgomery, Alabama.  After a brief stint at Montgomery Academy in (2014-2015) where my teams made the play play-offs each year, I moved on to Sweet Water High School (2016).  My first team at SWHS went 22-11 and my 2017 team won the 1A State Championship.  SWHS was in a 27 year drought until that special year when we brought the Blue Map back home.  My 2018 team brought another blue map to Sweet Water High School. Repeat!  In college (Huntingdon) he earned I Bachelor of Arts degree in Physical Education in 1995.  As a student athlete I made the Dean’s List multiple years (1992-1995), was a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and graduated with a cumulative GPA of 3.44.  I later went on and earned a Master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Alabama State University in 2009.  I am married to the former Christina Nall from Lowndesboro, Alabama and have two beautiful girls who are the love of my life.  Emi Ann is 18 years old and is in the 12th grade, while Abigail is 13 years old and is in the 8th grade at Lowndes Academy.  I currently live in Lowndesboro and enjoy spending time with my family, fishing, and participating in church activities.  I'm so excited to be at Brookwood High School and can't wait for the start of the 2019 baseball season.



    BA - Physical Education and Health from Huntingdon College (1994)

    MA - Education Leadership from ASU (2008)