WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- On Monday, the Winston-Salem City Council recognized a Wake Forest University coach who donated a kidney to one of his players.Mayor Allen Joines and the City Council passed a resolution honoring Tom Walter, the head coach of the Wake Forest baseball team, for "bringing the great need for organ donation to the forefront of public awareness in our community and nationally."Last month, Walter donated a kidney to Kevin Jordan, one of the freshmen baseball players whom Walter had recruited.After committing to Wake Forest, Jordan said he was diagnosed with ANCA vasculitis, a rare kidney disorder resulting from autoimmune swelling. Before the transplant, Jordan had only 8 percent of his kidney function and he was undergoing dialysis three times a week.None of Jordan's family members were suitable donors for a kidney transplant. Walter said he volunteered to be tested and was found to be a strong match. The transplant was performed Feb. 7.