Andy Wilhoit ('01) had a stellar career for the King College baseball team as he was the program's leader in four offensive categories at the time of his graduation. He graduated as the program's leader with a .382 batting average, 165 hits, 134 runs batted in and 48 doubles. Wilhoit was also second on the all-time list with 107 runs scored and 18 home runs.
Playing under first-year head coach Craig Kleinmann in 1998, Wilhoit helped the Tornado reach their first-ever NAIA regional in 2001. The captain posted then season records of 20 doubles and 105 total bases in his senior year of 2001, leading him to All-American, All-Region and All-Conference honors as a shortstop. Wilhoit hit .385 in 2001, a mark that ranked fourth on the King all-time list.
A season prior, in 2000, Wilhoit earned All-Conference honors playing third base for Kleinmann. At the end of his career, Wilhoit had the second and fourth best season batting averages on the all-time list, hitting .419 in 1998 and .385 in 2001. He was also the single season leader with 69 hits, 20 doubles and 105 total bases.