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Feller Named AMCC Player of the Year

FROSTBURG, MD - Following the Bobcats performance in the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference tournament, seven players were awarded positions on one of the three All-Conference teams. However, junior Scott Feller (American Heritage/Boca Raton, Fla.) took home the biggest honor as he was named the 2004 AMCC Player of the Year.

Feller, who went 6-14 with five RBI and a three runs scored in the AMCC tournament, led the team in six of the major offensive categories and also ranked in the top three in the AMCC with a .414 batting average, 46 hits, 35 RBI, 11 doubles, five homeruns, and 74 total bases. This is Feller’s third consecutive All-AMCC selection.

Feller now ranks among the top ten in his career at Frostburg State with 137 hits, 40 doubles, 14 homeruns, 57 extra base hits, 102 RBI, 225 total bases, and a batting average of .414. He also set a single-season strikeout-to-plate-appearance record as he had a strike out once every 29.8 trips to the plate.

Joining Feller on the All-Conference First Team was senior Justin Wilt (Brunswick/Brunswick, Md.) who hit .347 during the regular season, recording a team-high 44 hits and 32 RBI. Wilt also recorded personal career-highs with 26 runs scored, 10 doubles, three homeruns, 11 walks and 63 total bases.

Earning Second Team recognition were seniors Sean Davis (Sherwood/Olney, Md.) and Ryan Hamerski (Sherwood/Olney, Md.), along with sophomore Kyle Mahan (Potomac/Woodbridge, Va.).

Davis, who was named 2004 AMCC preseason player of the year, hit .301 on the season with a team-high 31 runs scored and 19 walks. He also ranked second on the team with 15 stolen bases. This is Davis’s fourth year as an All-AMCC selection.

Davis saved his best play of the season for last as he went 5-12 with four runs scored and two RBI in the AMCC tournament. He now finishes his career owning the single-season record in hits with 65 in 2003. He also owns career-records with 152 games played, 498 at-bats and 134 runs scored. Lastly, he ranks among the top-ten in eight categories in the career standings and in eleven other single-season offensive categories.

Hamerski, who was 2-7 in the first two games of the AMCC tournament but scored four runs and drove in another, hit .344 with 32 hits, 22 runs scored and 22 RBI on the season. He ranked among the conference leaders in three offensive categories.

Mahan, who was among the team leaders in 19 different offensive categories, led the team with three triples, seven hit by pitches, 17 stolen bases, 37 games played, and 36 started. This was Mahan’s first selection to an All-AMCC team.

FSU also had two more seniors selected to the AMCC All-Conference teams as Chris Baugher (Brunswick/Frederick, Md.) and Kevin Romanik (Millville/Millville, N.J.) were named to the Honorable Mention squad.

Baugher, who ranked among the team-leaders in five offensive categories, hit .306 with a career-high 35 starts, 30 hits, four homeruns, five doubles, 24 RBI and 15 walks.

Romanik had career-highs in 15 offensive categories as he hit .377 with 23 runs scored and 17 RBI despite only earning 61 at-bats this season.

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