Coach Hunt has attended:
Georgia College and State University, University of Maryland, Georgia Military College, Fort Valley State University
Degree and Certification
South Lafourche High School (Galliano, LA).
Bachelors of Science in Health and Physical Education; Georgia College and State University
Masters Degree of Leadership; Georgia College and State University
Specialist Degree of Educational Leadership and Public Administration; Georgia College and State University.
1998-2006, Health and Physical Education Teacher; Pulaski County Elementary School
2006-Present, In School Suspension Teacher; Bonaire Middle School
Spring 2013 East Cobb Baseball Prospects (Atlanta) as the Pitching Coach where his team:
Finished Runner Up at the Leo Mazzoni 643 U-18 Invitational.
Finished 3rd at the ECB Southeast Triple Crown U-18 Invitational.
Finished 3rd at the Under Armour Firecracker Classic Invitational 18U.
During the 2011 season As Head Coach of JV Baseball at Veterans High School Coach Hunt ended with an 8-6-2 record and was unable to return as coach due to Knee Replacement Surgery.
During the two years as head coach of the Bonaire Middle School 8th grade Baseball Program 2009 and 2010, Coach Hunt amassed 23 wins and 3 losses and held the 2010 Houston County Middle School Champions title.
In addition to his school coaching positions, he has served his community by coaching the following teams:
Head Coach of The Cherokee Brick Baseball Club.
2010 The Perfect Game BCS Champions
2010 Cam Sports World Series Open, Champions.
2010 Middle Ga. Smackdown, Champions.
As Head Coach of the Warner Robins American Little League in 2009, together with Manager Randy Jones compiled a 61 – 6 record over a two year period;
2009 Little League World Series 5th in the World, 3rd in United States
2009 Southeast Region Little League Champions
Continuing Public Schools coaching coach Hunt served as:
2006 - 2007 Assistant Football Coach Receivers Bonaire Middle School
2003 - 2006 Head Coach Girls Softball PCMS
1998 - 1999 Head Coach Varsity Girls Softball and Basketball PCHS
Serving in the United States Air Force for over 10 years, Nathan Hunt was Honorably Discharged in December 1994 after completing a Special Duty Assignment as a Boeing 707 Master Crew Chief for: General Schwarzkopf, General Hoar, and General Peay - US. Commander in Chief of Central Command (CENTCOM).
1988-89, while living in England during his tenure as an Airman, Coach Hunt played Quarterback for the Breakland Bucks (an American Football Club of Europe which later transitioned to became the World Football League). Coach Hunt also played for the Mildenhall Marauders as Tight-end and Backup Quarterback of the United States Armed Forces of Europe League.
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