Travis Huffman is in his second season as volunteer assistant coach with the Monarchs.
Prior to coming to ODU, Travis served as an assistant coach for Hampden-Sydney College baseball team where he worked with the Tiger hitters and outfielders, while also helping with the recruitment of prospective student athletes.
Huffman was the head coach at Pleasant Ridge High School in Easton, Kansas for two seasons. He compiled a 26-18 record, and helped lead the 2005 squad to the first state playoff appearance in school history. The Pleasant Ridge team won the 2005 qualifying regional and earned its first-ever top-ten state ranking. In addition to the playoff berth, Huffman's squad set school records for most wins in a season (16) along with establishing new standards in every offensive category.
In the summer of 2005, Huffman served as an assistant coach in the Shenandoah Valley League with the New Market Rebels. With the Rebels, he coached the hitters and served as third base coach, and helped the team to a second place finish in both the regular season and playoffs.
Huffman is a 2003 graduate of the University of Saint Mary in Leavenworth, Kansas, where he earned a bachelors degree in sports management.
Trevor and his wife Erin who also graduated from the University of Saint Mary's were married June 2, 2006, and reside in Portsmouth, Va.