Andrew "Drew" Huard
Andrew "Drew" Huard
Title: Head Baseball Coach
Organization: Lansing CC
Phone: 517.483.1607

2017 marks Drew’s first year as head baseball coach at Lansing Community College.  Drew played (2005-2007) and coached (2014-2016) at Grand Ledge High School under the tutelage of hall of fame coach Pat O’Keefe. As a player at Grand Ledge, Drew was a three year starter in the infield for the Comets, winning multiple championships including the historic 2006 Diamond Classic championship over the national record setting Homer team, one of the most memorable and exciting games in the storied history of the Diamond Classic. He was an all-conference performer each of his three seasons on varsity and after his senior season was named to the Lansing State Journal's Dream Team, the MHSBCA All-State team, and he played in the MHSBCA All-Star game at Comerica Park and the Palomino 19U World Series in Caguas, Puerto Rico as part of the Post 205 baseball team. Drew continued his baseball career at Aquinas College in Grand Rapids, MI and was a four-year starter on the infield for the Saints where he was named an NAIA Academic All-American. Drew began his coaching career in 2012 as a graduate assistant at Aquinas College for head coach Doug Greenslate. In 2013, he was hired by Davenport University in Grand Rapids, MI by head coach Kevin Tidey as their head JV baseball coach and varsity assistant. In the summer of 2013 he coached the Grand Rapids Diamonds 18U baseball team, helping nine of his players on his team move on to play college baseball. In 2014, he began his math-teaching career at Grand Ledge High School, and has coached football, basketball and baseball while at Grand Ledge. Drew resides in Grand Ledge with his wife Brittany and son Myles. 


Drew's Record at Lansing Community College (1 season)

2017 Overall Record: 41-17

2017 MCCAA East Conference Record: 21-7

2017 MCCAA East Conference Champions, 2017 Region XII Champions, 2017 World Series Appearance- Finished 3rd

2017 MCCAA East Conference Coach of the Year, 2017 Region XII Coach of the Year