Bobby Kingsbury, a two-time Atlantic 10 Player of the Year, is a 2008 College of Business Administration graduate.
Kingsbury capped his illustrious career by being named the Atlantic 10 Baseball Player of the Year as a sophomore in 2001, becoming the first sophomore to earn the award in league history, and again as a junior in 2002. He was the first Atlantic 10 baseball player to earn consecutive Player of the Year Awards. Additionally, he was named First Team All-Atlantic 10 in both seasons.
Over his three-year career, Kingsbury compiled a .352 average, the eighth best batting average in school history, with 190 career hits (tied for tenth best all-time). He also ranks among the school's all-time leaders in doubles (fourth), triples (tied for third), home runs (fourth), RBI (ninth) and stolen bases (sixth).
In school single season records, Kingsbury is tied for fourth in hits (69 in 2001), tied for second in doubles (20 in 2002), tied for fifth in triples (6 in 2001), tied for fourth in home runs (12 in 2002) and eighth in stolen bases (36 in 2001). He also set a school record and tied an NCAA mark with eight stolen bases in a game against Wagner in 2001 as well as setting a school mark with nine RBI in a game against C.W. Post that same spring.
He capped his career as the co-recipient of the 2002 Vincent T. Lombardi Award in his junior season.
Following his junior year, Kingsbury was drafted in the eighth round by the Pittsburgh Pirates and he currently plays in the Pirates' minor league system. Kingsbury also has international baseball experience, appearing in the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens as a member of the Greek National Baseball team.