David Jenkins, a former player at both the prep and collegiate level to SU coach Kevin Anderson, begins his fourth season on the Hornets staff in 2012.
Jenkins was a four-year player at Shenandoah, arriving for Anderson's second season in 2004 after starting his college career as a football quarterback for Bridgewater College.
With the Hornets, Jenkins was a four-year starter and left the program holding school records for most games played, 164, and started, 163.
A three-time Virginia State Sports Information Directors All-State selection, Jenkins earned All-USA South honors after his freshman, junior and senior campaigns.
Following his graduation in 2007, Jenkins moved on to Division II Alderson-Broaddus College to be an assistant coach for the 2008 season.
At A-B, he helped lead the squad to 29 overall victories and a spot on the WVIAC Tournament championship game.
Jenkins assists Anderson with all aspects of the SU program and serves as the team's first base coach.