Hannah Tavik Davis Named Head Softball Coach At FCC

Hannah Tavik Davis Named Head Softball Coach At FCC

Frederick Community College Dean of Students & Director of Athletic Jerry Haynes announced today the hiring of Hannah Tavik Davis as the head softball coach for the Cougars.

Hannah Tavik Davis is no stranger to FCC athletics after spending the 2021 campaign as Interim Head Coach. In the 2020 shortened season, she served on the coaching staff as an assistant coach for the Cougars.

In the 2021 Spring season, the Cougars finished the season with an overall record of 8-10 (5-5 MD JUCO). The Cougars made a deep run in the Region XX DII Final Four finishing third place in the tournament. Under the leadership of Tavik Davis, the 2021 softball team excelled in the classroom as well. The Cougars earned Honorable Mention Honors as NJCAA Academic Team Recipients. This prestigious honor is awarded to teams with a GPA of 3.0 and higher.

ABOUT COACH HANNAH TAVIK DAVIS

High School: Seton Keough (Baltimore, MD)
College: Frostburg State University, William Woods University
Hometown: Glen Burnie, Maryland

Tavik Davis was a four-year starter on the softball team at Frostburg State University where she registered a stellar career for the Bobcats. While at Frostburg she was selected as a National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) Third Team All-American during the 2015-16 campaign. During her senior season, Davis became the career hits leader with 201 hits finishing her career with a total of 220 hits. In her senior year, she finished with a pitching record of 9-5 in the circle and belted out a .379 batting average, including four homers and 26 RBIs. 

While at Frostburg State, Tavik Davis was named to the CAC All-Conference Second Team three times and was a selection to First Team. She was also named to the NFCA All-Region Second Team as a junior and the ECAC South Team as a senior.

She finished her career with a batting average of .435 (220-481), had 44 wins and 22 losses on the mound, 352 strikeouts, 153 RBIs at the dish, and started 154 games for the FSU Bobcats.