HUNTINGTON, Ind. – With Huntington University’s 11-1 win over the University of Saint Francis on Monday afternoon, head coach Mike Frame reached a significant coaching milestone by notching his 700th career win.
Heading into the season, Frame had posted 693 wins against 586 losses for a 54.2 winning percentage to rank No. 18 on the NAIA’s baseball winningest active coaches’ list.
Coach Frame is currently in his 30th year at the helm of a Forester program that has enjoyed 13 conference titles or conference tournament titles and two NAIA National Championship appearances in the last five years under his tutelage.
A member of the Indiana Hall of Fame, Frame has been honored as the league’s Coach of the Year five times and been named NAIA District and Area Coach of the Year once. He was named NCCAA District Coach of the Year in 1988.
The Foresters (8-16, 2-8) are back in action today for their home opener where they will face Saint Francis at 4:30 p.m. to complete the season series with the Cougars.