Atlanta Braves pitcher and former Glenwood standoutTim Hudson
has been named as a member of the 2011 Alabama Independent School Association Hall of Fame induction class.
Hudson, who graduated from Glenwood in 1993, is one of 12 people in the class and the only from Glenwood, an AISA member school. Other 2011 inductees are Roddie Beck (AISA), Connie Dickson (Bessemer Academy), Dwight Harrigan (Clarke Prep), John Harrison (Crenshaw Christian), Billy Skinner(Edgewood Academy), Carol Story (Lee-Scott Academy), Stewart Harrell (previously Carol Sandy) of Lowndes Academy, John Westbrook (Marion Military), Elisabeth Smith (Pickens Academy) and Judy Pate Powe (Wilcox Academy).
The 2011 AISA Hall of Fame banquet and induction ceremony will be held Oct. 3 at the Embassy Suites in Montgomery, Ala. For more information, contact the AISA as 334-833-4080.
After leading Glenwood to a state title in 1993, Hudson played two seasons with Chattahoochee Valley Community College and finished his college career with two years at Auburn.
The AISA Hall of Fame was founded in 2000 to honor and recognize individuals who have made significant contributions to their school and the AISA, according to an AISA press release. The selection committee consists of past and present AISA officials as well as headmasters, teachers, athletic directors, school boosters and members of the media.