|Mumma ('90-'92) is UMBC's all-time HR leader|
Mumma has only been the UMBC Head Coach for a few days now, however he is already a member of the UMBC Athletics' Hall of Fame and has nearly 20 years of service to the program as both a player and an assistant.
Mumma was a standout (note the pronunciation: MOO-ma) for the Retrievers from 1990-92 with a career batting average hovering around .350 and leading UMBC to its first-ever Division I NCAA Baseball Tournament as an at-large team. He went on to be drafted by the Chicago White Sox in the 13th Round of the MLB Draft and played minor league ball for two years after which returning to Catonsville to assist the baseball program for the last 15 years.
|Mumma played 2 years in the White Sox system.|