|Title:||Assistant Football Coach-Cornerbacks|
Mike Hudson returns to the Trinity coaching staff after a 27-year absence. Coach Hudson served as the Tigers linebackers and deep snapper coach from 1992-1993. Trinity captured its first Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Championship in the 1993 campaign.
Coach Hudson has chalked up 32 years in the NCAA coaching profession. Most recently, he served at Rice (TX) University from 2016-2018 as quality control coordinator, defensive analyst, and defense and special teams coach. From 2011-2015 Coach Hudson was defensive line coach at Texas State University.
He held numerous coaching positions at the University of Montana from 005-2010: linebackers, secondary, running backs, cornerbacks, and was the associate head coach and director of football operations.
Coach Hudson worked at Sam Houston State (TX) University from 2003-2004 as defensive coordinator and defensive line coach. He had his second stint at Texas State from 1995-2002 as defensive coordinator, special teams coordinator, linebackers coach, offensive line coach and recruiting and travel coordinator. Coach Hudson earlier coached at Texas State from 1987-1991 as defensive ends and deep snapper coach, along with linebackers, secondary, and kickers.
Following his two years on the Trinity staff, Coach Hudson was the graduate assistant defensive line coach and recruiting coordinator assistant at the University of New Mexico. He is working on a Master of Science degree from New Mexico in sports administration.
He can claim 43 all-conference selections, nine All-America honorees, seven conference championships, and eight current National Football League players on his coaching resume.
Coach Hudson earned a Bachelor of Science degree in kinesiology from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 1994.
He has been married for 27 years to the former Dyan Grayless. They have a son, Gordon Lee, a Texas A&M University graduate who is a marketing analyst; and a daughter, Loryn Aline, in her third year at Rice (TX) University.