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Quinnipiac's Frank Kafka Retires

Hamden, CT -- Quinnipiac College Head Softball Coach Frank Kafka has decided to retire after 13 seasons, Director of Athletics Jack McDonald announced today.

"The entire Quinnipiac community appreciates the outstanding success that Frank Kafka and his Quinnipiac softball teams have achieved over the last 13 years," McDonald said. "He has been one of the premier softball coaches in the region, and we wish him the very best."

The school's all-time winningest softball coach, Kafka has compiled an impressive 301-238-3 career record since his arrival in 1987. During that 13-year span, Kafka led Quinnipiac to three 30-win seasons (1994, 95, 96), including a school-record 33 victories in 1995. The following season, the Braves recorded a 30-15 mark, and captured the Northeast-10 title. As a result, Kafka was named NE-10 Coach of the Year. Last season, their first in Division I, the Braves recorded a 23-21 mark. Kafka earned his 300th victory on April 25 with a 3-2 victory over St. Francis (PA).