Ole Miss (asst.)
University of Alabama
| Alabama (asst.)|
North Alabama (asst.)
| April 16, 1951 (age 64)
Birmingham, Alabama (1951-04-16) |Wendell Hudson Wikipedia
Wendell Hudson (born (1951-04-16)April 16, 1951) is a retired American basketball player and former Associate Athletics Director for Alumni Relations and the former women's basketball program head coach of Alabama Crimson Tide women's basketball. In 1969, Hudson signed for Alabama coach C.M. Newton and thus became the first African-American scholarship athlete in any sport at the University of Alabama. On April 22, 2013, Hudson resigned after he served five seasons as head coach of the Alabama women's basketball team. He now serves in an administrative role in the athletic department.
He is married to the former Belinda Urivie and has five children; Traci, Tasha, Michelle, David and Hawvy.