Frank Beckhorn is in his third stint with the Cougars.
Beckhorn, who was inducted into the Kean University Athletic Hall of Fame in 2006, owns the distinction of being the only Kean athlete to be named to three All-America teams, including first-team honors in 1998. The Woodbridge native was twice named NJAC, ECAC and NJCBA Player of the Year, as well as the Mid-Atlantic Regional Player of the Year in 1998.
Beckhorn led the Cougars to the NCAA Tournament in 1998 and was a part of three teams that advanced to the NJAC Tournament. Statistically Beckhorn leaves his name in several spots of the Kean record book as the career holder in batting average (.483) and slugging percentage (.851) in addition to season record of batting average (.505-1998). He also holds the longest hitting streak of 29 games beginning at the end of the 1996 season and concluding in the 1997 season.
Beckhorn earned his bachelor's degree in Health and Physical Education in 1999 and a master's in Health and Physical Education in 2002. He is currently an educator in the Linden school district.