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Baseball Has Three Named to ECAC All-Star Squad
06/02/2003

FROSTBURG, MD — Three Frostburg State University baseball players were named to the Eastern College Athletic Conference Division III Southern All-Star Team Monday.

Junior second baseman Sean Davis (Olney, Md./Sherwood) was voted to the first team, while junior third baseman Taylor Dixon (Fairfax, Va./Robinson) and sophomore first baseman Scott Feller (Coral Springs, Fla./American Heritage) earned honorable mention honors.

Davis enjoyed one of the best seasons in FSU history, leading the Bobcats with a .443 batting average, a school-record 65 hits, five triples, 44 RBI, 99 total bases, five sacrifice flies and 23 stolen bases.

He also ranked second in doubles (15), extra-base hits (23), slugging percentage (.660) and on-base percentage (.489) and placed third in runs scored (39).

Additionally, he tied for third in both home runs (3) and fielding percentage (.948) and tied for fourth in walks (13).

Davis was a first-team All-Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference selection and also earned 2003 American Baseball Coaches Assocation NCAA Division III Mid-Atlantic Regional All-America third-team honors.

Dixon posted a stellar season after transferring from Longwood University, hitting .348 with 55 hits, including six home runs and eight doubles.

He drove in 34 runs and was also 7-for-10 in stolen base attempts. Dixon was voted to the All-AMCC first team for his performance.

Feller, another first-team All-AMCC selection, batted .403 with 48 hits. He paced the Bobcats with 16 doubles, seven home runs and a .731 slugging percentage.

The Bobcats finished 31-12-1 overall and were the runners-up at the AMCC Tournament. FSU, which ranked as high 29th in the NCAA Division III poll late in the season, posted its sixth 30-win season in school history.

The 31 victories also tied for the third-highest single-season total in the program's 39 years.

For further information on this release, contact:

Office of Sports Information
Frostburg State University
101 Braddock Road
Frostburg, MD  21532-2303

Telephone: 301-687-4371
Fax: 301-687-4780
E-mail: sportsinfo@frostburg.edu