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Frostburg State Wins 2003-04 AMCC Presidents' Cup

GIBSONIA, PA — On the strength of five team championships and four runner-up finishes, Frostburg State University is the winner of the 2003-04 Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference Presidents' Cup, awarded annually to the member school with the strongest overall program.

This is the first time that Frostburg State has won the cup in its four-year existence. The Bobcats had finished as the runner-up to Penn State Behrend each of the previous three years.

"Winning the Presidents' Cup is a testament to the hard work of our coaches and student-athletes," said FSU Athletic Director Ralph Brewer. "We have been close during the first three years of the cup's presentation, but this year the conference teams clearly demonstrated their excellence. We are elated to have won it."

The cup standings take into consideration both team and individual sports in 12 championships. Frostburg State scored 59 points and was followed in the standings by Penn State Behrend (50) and Penn State Altoona (43).

Pitt-Greensburg and La Roche tied for fourth (33 points each), Pitt-Bradford was sixth (30) and Lake Erie seventh (15).

FSU claimed AMCC championships in baseball, men's cross country, women's cross country, women's soccer and women's volleyball this year.

The Bobcats were also runners-up in men's soccer, men's basketball, softball and men's tennis. The women's basketball and women's tennis teams placed third.

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