During his long tenure at UCF, Bobby Cashman has experienced unprecedented success with the Knights. Cashman has led his squads to three appearances in the NCAA Championship as he has built UCF into not only a consistent winner on the regional level, but also a nationally-recognized program.
Since arriving in Orlando in 1999, Cashman has posted a 176-132 record. In addition to guiding three of his teams to conference titles and berths in the postseason, Cashman has helped his players enjoy great individual success. In his 13 years at UCF, he has mentored four league players of the year, three conference freshmen of the year, one league newcomer of the year picks and 23 all-league honorees.
During his tenure, Cashman has been consistent with scheduling, often challenging his squad with tough opponents. In 2013, the Knights faced eight ranked teams and Cashman helped Francesc Aulina earn the Conference USA Newcomer of the Year award and Jorge Blasco garner all-league second team recognition.
In 2012, UCF challenged itself with one of the most demanding schedules in the entire nation. The Black and Gold squad faced nine nationally-ranked opponents.