Nic Huffman enters the 2021-22 season in his first year as the Anderson University head track & field coach and assistant cross country coach.
Huffman served as an assistant track & field/cross country coach at Ohio Christian University from 2016-19, leading the sprint, hurdle and jump groups. During that time, the sprint, hurdle and jumping totaled four National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) national qualifiers and two NAIA All-Americans. The Ohio Christian women's track and field team achieved No. 15 national ranking during Huffman's tenure. Huffman also served as an admissions counselor during his time at Ohio Christian.
Huffman took on the role of assistant track & field/cross country coach at Roanoke College from 2012-14 where he led the jump group. Huffman was part of the women's 2013 and 2014 Old Dominion Athletic Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championship teams.
Huffman served as an assistant track & field coach at Anderson University during the previous three years. During that time, the Ravens notched 24 HCAC event titles and seven HCAC Athletes of the Week in track and field. Anderson also secured second in the 2012 HCAC Women's Outdoor Championships.
Huffman has spent the most recent two years as a personal fitness and wellness consultant at Exercise Inc. in the Indianapolis area, as well as the Children's Museum of Indianapolis in the Riley Sports Legends Experience.
As a track and field athlete at Anderson, Huffman was a four-time all-HCAC recipient and a member of three conference championship teams. Huffman competed on a conference-winning 4x400 relay team in each of his four years at Anderson. Huffman captured the 400-meter hurdles conference title as a sophomore and junior. He then locked up the HCAC title in the javelin as a senior. He still ranks in the top 10 in school history in the 400 hurdles and the 4x400. The Ravens captured conference titles in 2005, 2006 and 2007 during his time at Anderson.
Huffman graduated from Anderson in 2008 with a Bachelor of Science in History. He then earned his Master of Business Administration at Ohio Christian University.