FROSTBURG, MD —
Frostburg State University is among the winningest NCAA Division III baseball programs since 1990 according to a recent release.
The Bobcats are 311-167-2 over the last 14 seasons, and their .650 winning percentage ranks 31st in the nation.
Johns Hopkins is the only other Maryland Division III school among the top 50, ranking 11th with a .7299 winning percentage (409-151-1).
FSU's 311 wins since 1990 ranks 43rd among Division III programs. Only two other Maryland schools are listed in the top 50 — Johns Hopkins is 15th and Salisbury (337) is tied for 31st.
The Bobcats have seven 20-win seasons since 1990, including two 30-victory campaigns. Frostburg State posted an impressive 31-12-1 record this past season.
"The success FSU baseball has enjoyed over the last decade goes to show the quality student-athletes we've been able to attract to the university," said Bobcat fourth-year head coach Chris McKnight. "Also, our facilities are among the best in the region."
For further information on this release, contact:
Office of Sports Information
Frostburg State University
101 Braddock Road
Frostburg, MD 21532-2303