2014: One of Charlotte's three two-way players after multiple injuries turned Hudson into an everyday starter for the Niners ... after a nearly five-year hiatus from hitting since high school, Hudson would hit .289 in 25 starts, 37 appearances total, recorded 28 hits in just under 100 at-bats with three doubles, a triple and six runs driven in as a re-converted outfielder ... posted nine multi-hit games that included back-to-back three hit outings against Wake Forest in a home-and-home series going 6-for-8 (.750) with a double, walk, two stolen bases and two runs scored ... on the mound ... Hudson appeared in 12 games during the first half of the season tying a career-high with three strikeouts in his home-opener vs. Canisius ... recorded nine scoreless appearances out of his 12 that included a seven-game scoreless stretch from February 28th through March 22nd ... named to Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll ... Dean's List (fall and spring).
2013: Made 22 appearances, third -most on the team (Charlotte was 12-10 in those games)... Allowed an earned run in only four appearances, with a stretch of seven games without allowing an earned run (from 3/15-4/9, a span of six innings... Only allowed one hit in his first five outings, a span of five innings... Got his first career win in walk-off win at home against Siena on 3/15... Earned his second win on a home walkf-off against VCU on 3/30... Put together a career-high pair of saves, the first in Charlotte baseball's 1,000th win, a 7-3 home win over Marshall... Second save came in an 8-4 home conference win over Dayton on 5/10... Tossed a career-high three innings at No. 1 North Carolina on 4/24... Dean's List (fall and spring).
2012: Made a team-high 22 appearances (team was 8-14 in those games)... Tied with John Hamilton for most A-10 appearances from the bullpen, with nine... Allowed just one earned run and three total hits in first 10 outings in a total of 10 innings... Pitched in all three of Charlotte's shutouts for the season... Recorded first career save on 3/21 in a home win over Winthrop, pitching the final inning, with one strikeout, in a 7-4 victory... Also took first career loss on 4/25 at No. 19 N.C. State... Did not allow an earned run in 14 outings... Dean's List (spring), Athletic Director's List (fall).
2011: Redshirted after injury, did not play... Dean's List (spring), Athletic Director's List (fall, '11).
2010: Made 14 appearances (team was 9-5 in those games)... Charged with a run in only three appearances... 12 of 14 appearances were at home... Did not retire a batter in four of his appearances, facing only one batter in those outings... Did not allow a run in first seven collegiate outings... Longest outing of career was 1.1 innings in home win over No. 7 Clemson on March 16... Athletic Director's List (Spring)
At West Davidson: Finished with a 7-2 record last season in the Dragons' 26-5 season.
Personal: Parents are Debbie and Scott Hudson... Has a sibling, Ashley... Graduated in May, 2013 with degrees in Accounting and Finance... Pursuing an MA in Accountancy... Born July 16.
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Pitching Stats ...
Innings pitched: 3.0, at North Carolina, Apr 24, 2013
Putouts: 6, Evansville, Apr 04, 2014
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