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Four Softball Players Named to 2006 All-AMCC Squad
05/08/2006

GIBSONIA, Pa. — Four Frostburg State players were named to the 2006 All-Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference Softball Team announced Sunday at the conclusion of this year’s tournament. Penn State Behrend swept the awards capturing Coach, Player and Newcomer of the Year honors.

Seniors Jen Cook (Cresaptown, Md./Allegany) and Bethany Seyler (Walkersville, Md./Walkersville) as well as sophomore Amanda Baldwin (Baltimore, Md./North County) were selected to the all-conference first team.

Cook, a 2005 first team selection, was 23-8 overall including a 12-3 conference slate with a team-best 2.08 ERA. She appeared in 39 games, making 25 starts, including 23 complete games. She recorded 249 strikeouts in 209.2 innings pitched. For the second consecutive year, she threw five shutouts tying the single-season record.

Cook also set seven single-season records this spring at FSU. She set the mark for games, starts, innings pitched, complete games, strikeouts, wins and strikeouts per seven innings (8.31).

Seyler started all 42 games for Frostburg State and finished the year ranked first on the Bobcats in hits (45), doubles (14) and homeruns (3). She also recorded second in at bats (137) and slugging percentage (.519) and third in runs scored (28).

Baldwin started all 42 games for FSU. She hit .307 and led the team with 30 runs scored and 217 putouts. She also was third in at bats (127), hits (39) and RBIs (16).

Junior Amanda Griswold (Rockville, Md./Magruder) was a second team All-Conference honoree as an outfielder. She started all 42 games while hitting .307. She led FSU in at bats (137), stolen bases (7) and triples (2) and also was second in hits (42) and third in runs (23).

The Bobcats finished 24-18 overall and 13-5 in the AMCC and advanced to the AMCC Tournament for the fourth-straight year.

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