Frostburg State University - Staff Directory
Frostburg State University
Head Men's Basketball Coach
Phone: (301) 687-3093
Webb Hatch begins his 16th season as the head men's basketball coach at Frostburg State University as well as his 41st year of coaching.
first 15 years at the helm, Hatch
has guided the Bobcats to 183 overall wins including 90 in the AMCC and 24 in their first four years as a member of the CAC
The winningest coach in the program's 72-year history, Hatch has also led FSU to one Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference Tournament championship, a pair of AMCC Tournament second-place finishes and one Eastern College Athletic Conference South Region Runner-Up showing.
In 2010-11, Hatch became the school's all-time winningest coach after leading the team to 11 wins.
With a victory over Stevenson in mid-January, Hatch
surpassed Oscar Lewis for the all-time wins mark.
and the Bobcats kicked off the 2010-11 season in fine fashion with three-straight victories and the 2010 Pride of Maryland Tournament Championship.
downed No. 11 ranked St. Mary's in the title game to capture the school's first title in the POM Tournament.
Prior to joining the CAC
, Hatch led the Bobcats through 11 years in the AMCC that included 146 overall wins and 90 in the league.
to nine appearances in the AMCC Tournament and two berths in the league championship, which included the 2000-01 tournament title.
, which appeared in the AMCC Tournament semifinals six times, totaled 18 all-conference selections and annually finished near the top of the league in both scoring and rebounding.
combined for 36 wins over the 2000-01 and 2001-02 seasons, the second-highest two-year total in the programâ€™s history (trailing only the 37 wins from 1970-1972).
In 2000-01, the Bobcats finished 20-10 and captured their only AMCC Tournament championship and earned a berth to the ECAC Southern Region Championship Tournament for the eighth time in school history.
Hatch joined the Frostburg State staff in late August 1999 and needed just one year to turn around the Bobcats.
After a 6-19 overall record and a 2-10 mark in the AMCC in his
first season, Hatchâ€™s second squad went 20-10 (8-4 AMCC), the biggest improvement from the previous season by any NCAA Division III program in the country.
Hatch came to Frostburg after having served as an assistant at Virginia Military Institute, his alma mater, for the 1998-99 season.
Prior to his stint at VMI, Hatch was the first-ever head menâ€™s basketball coach at Division III Marymount University in Arlington, Va., for 10 seasons, where he also served as the schoolâ€™s assistant athletic director and sports information director.
led Marymount to a 13-9 record in his
In 1990-91, he
earned Capital Athletic Conference Coach of the Year honors after guiding the Saints to the CAC
regular-season championship and a 16-11 overall record.
also led Marymount to an 18-10 record and the CAC
Tournament championship in 1991-92.
Marymount teams also advanced to the CAC
tournament championship game in the 1990-91 and 1995-96 seasons.
Prior to Marymount
, Hatch served as an assistant coach at Virginia Wesleyan College
in Norfolk, Va., from 1977 to 1987, where he
helped coach the Marlins to two Dixie Conference championships and three NCAA Division III Tournament appearances.
Additionally, Hatch served as head coach at Nansemond-Suffolk Academy in Suffolk, Va., from 1975 to 1977.
He coached the boysâ€™ team to a 23-3 record and the VAAC championship in the 1976-77 season, and he was also an assistant football coach and social studies teacher at the school.
Hatch began his coaching career as an assistant at Prince George (Va.) High School in 1969-70 prior to a two-year tour of duty in the United States Army.
has also organized, promoted and directed summer basketball camps for the past 30 years.
Hatch received his bachelorâ€™s degree in history from VMI in 1969 and later earned a masterâ€™s degree in education from Old Dominion University in 1985.