Under seasoned community college coach Bill Fratto, the Oakton Owls have built a winning tradition and gained national prominence. With Fratto’s guidance, dozens of players have been named all-conference and all-region selection and advanced to compete at NCAA Division I, II and III institutions. The Owls won the NJCAA national chamionship in 2018, winning a record 44 games. In 2010, Oakton recorded a 42-win season and advanced to the NJCAA Region IV Championships.
Oakton Baseball Team's Winter Home
The Dome at the Ballbark
Last season, the Owls recorded a 44-17 shattering numerous school records in the process.
Sophomore Pablo Custodio, who plays baseball and soccer for the Oakton Owls, sports a 3.2 GPA. He is also involved in the Association to Nurture and Develop the Advancement of Latinos in Education (¡ANDALE!) at Oakton.
As a team, Oakton established a school record with 44 wins in a single season, surpassing the previous record of 43 from in 2012.
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