HENSON NAMED CLASS A HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL COACH OF THE DECADE
Monday, February 1, 2010
HENSON NAMED CLASS A HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL COACH OF THE DECADE

North Greenville University Head Baseball Coach Travis Henson has been named the Class A High School Baseball Coach of the Decade by the Diamond Prospects Organization.

 Henson enjoyed a celebrated high school coaching career at Landrum High School. In his 8 seasons at the helm of the Class A Spartanburg County School, Henson led the Cardinals to 6 region titles, 6 district titles, 4 Upper state Titles, and 3 State Titles. He amassed an182-52 record (.778) including a 158-22 record against Class A schools. His teams also amassed a 14-4 record versus Class 2A schools and won 10 games over 3A and 4A opponents. His 24 wins over teams from higher classifications were the most wins of any baseball program in the state of South Carolina over higher class programs. His teams compiled a 95-7 region record, winning 50 of their last 51 region games. His teams averaged 23 wins per season at the high school level. Henson’s teams compiled a string of 82 consecutive games without being shutout. The 4-time South Carolina Baseball Coaches Association Class A State Coach of the Year was also named Statewide South Carolina Coach of the Year for All Classes in 2005. Prior to Henson’s arrival at Landrum, the Cardinals had won one state title in the previous 26 seasons with that title coming in 1975. Now in his second season as the Crusaders skipper, Henson hopes to translate that same level of success at the collegiate level.