Athletics Department

Point Park University, Pittsburgh, PA

Frederick Community College, 1983-1985

Carl played baseball for two years at Frederick Community College.  During his first season, he was named to both the all-conference (JUCO) plus all-Region XX teams.  He held a batting average of 350, hitting 16 home runs, which was second in the nation, with 57 RBIs, third in the nation.  IN 1985, Carl was named as an All-American, All-Region XX, and All Conference athlete, averaging .443, with 11 home runs, 59 RBS’s, 18 doubles, and 8 triples, and was ranked third in the nation.

In his tenure at Point Park State, the team finished third in the country with a 52-8 record. He was named second-team All American, all-region, and all-conference, averaging .427, with 11 home runs and 69 RBIs.   He played four positions while only making one error all year. 

“FCC was not my first nor my second choice.  But it was where I was wanted and appreciated the most.  We had a great coach, who had us very competitive and as it turned out, very productive.  Thank you, God, for my experience at FCC.”