2022 Bobcat Hall of Fame Inductees

The Frostburg State Athletic Department and Office of Alumni Relations will recognize five former student-athletes at the 2022 Bobcat Hall of Fame. The class, including two dual-sport athletes, spans nearly three decades of competition. The inductees will be honored on Friday, Oct. 7, at the annual Hall of Fame Dinner.


Ken Buck ’86, Track & Field, was a four-year member of the FSU men’s Track & Field program and part of the 1986 national championship team. Buck earned All-American status during his junior outdoor season in the 800 meters. He also qualified for the NCAA Championships again in the 1986 outdoor season. Buck is part of the school record- setting 4 x 800 relay team that clocked a time of 7:37.8 at the Penn Relays, a record that still stands.

Ken Buck


Sean Davis

Sean Davis ’05, Baseball, is one of the most accomplished hitters in FSU baseball history and remains in the top 10 in 15 categories. Davis was a four-time All-AMCC selection and was named an NCAA Mid-Atlantic Regional All-American as a junior. Davis started 153 of the 156 games he played in, and he is tied for first in the school’s all-time runs and has the second most hits in program history.


Sarah Stephens ’11, Volleyball, helped lead the Bobcat volleyball team to four straight NCAA Tournament appearances. During her senior year, Stephens was named an AVCA All-American, Academic All-American and CAC Player of the Year, and she was a top-10 finalist for NCAA Woman of the Year. She is one of only four players in FSU history to have more than 1,000 kills and digs and remains in the top-10 all-time in kills, aces and digs.

Sarah Stephens


Brooke Tapman

Brooke Tapman ’12, Softball and Field Hockey, was a two-sport athlete who excelled on the field in field hockey and softball while at FSU. Tapman was named to the Louisville Slugger/NFCA DIII All-Region Team and was selected as the AMCC Player of the Year for the Bobcats softball team as a junior. She is at or near the top of every career hitting category, also holding several single- season records. For the field hockey program, Tapman started 75 games and is in the top-10 all-time in goals, assists and points.


Anthony Walker ’86, Track & Field and Football, was a two- sport athlete for the Bobcats as a part of the Football and Men’s Track & Field programs. He helped FSU to capture the 1986 NCAA outdoor national championship. Walker was twice named an All-American in the 4 x 400 relay team in 1983 and 1986. Walker also made an impact on the football field and still is in the top 10 in six return categories.

Anthony Walker