Scott Mularz enters his fifth season as Huntingdon's pitching coach. Mularz has helped Huntingdon produce two Great South Athletic Conference Pitchers of the Year (2010 and 2011) and the GSAC Freshman of the Year in 2012.
A Montgomery native, Mularz prepped at Jeff Davis High School. He was a three-year starter for head coach Sonny Vandevender, earning All-State recognition twice and All-Metro honors three times. As a senior pitcher, he set the Class 6A state record for wins in a season with 16 and finished his career at JD with a 28-4 record.
Following his standout prep career, Mularz played two seasons for head coach Steve Kittrell at South Alabama. He was 6-0 with a pair of saves during his two seasons and was a member of the 2002 Sun Belt Conference Championship team.
Mularz played his final two collegiate seasons at Auburn-Montgomery, where he led the Senators to the NAIA World Series in 2006. He was on the mound for 17 victories and three saves in his two seasons, helping AUM to 100 wins during that span.
He is married to the former Elizabeth Barnes.