New Face of Hot Springs' Hall of Fame
Post date: Aug 6, 2017 8:19:49 PM
Those that know me also know that I’m a much better coach than I ever was as an athlete, but those times on the court and on the field help me develop into the person I am today.If your formal education ended at Hot Springs High School or at another level, most people always feel a special connection to where they spent their formative years of high school. I was fortunate enough to go on to college but I can say without a doubt that my closest friends are Hot Springs Bison.I encourage you to look at the many ways that The Hot Springs Bison Athletics Hall of Fame is impacting the current and future generations of Hot Springs student athletes and how you might be able to help.Sincerely,Luke MeadowsHSHS Class of 1994Luke is coaching Division I football at Eastern Michigan University. Luke is Assistant Coach/Offensive Line. Luke has been coaching for 18 years, including 16 years of coaching the offensive line and seven years as a coordinator. To date, Luke has coached one Academic All-American, five All-Americans, 24 All Conference, 17 Academic All-Conference, and two All Newcomer Awards at the offensive line position. In addition, he has coached 14 players that have been drafted or signed as free agents in the National Football League.