Cole Logemann and David Camacho Earn All-NACC Honors

Cole Logemann & David Camacho
Cole Logemann & David Camacho

ROCKFORD, Ill. - The Rockford University baseball team received good news on Thursday when a pair of its players were voted all-conference by the eleven NACC coaches. Senior Cole Logemann (Lena, Ill.) was voted First Team All-Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference for the second time in his collegiate career. Fellow senior David Camacho (Elk Grove, Ill.) concluded his career by earning all-conference recognition for the first time as he was voted Second Team All-Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference. With the release of today's awards, Rockford continues its streak of having at least one player named first team all-conference in all eleven years of the Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference's existence. 

Cole Logemann leaves Rockford as one of the more decorated players in recent history. During his time in a Regent uniform, Logemann was named First Team All-NACC twice, Second Team All-NACC once, Third Team All-Midwest Region once and was voted the NACC Freshman of the Year for the 2013 season. This season Logemann was equally as impressive finishing in the top twelve in the NACC in seven categories, including five in the top ten. At the end of the regular season Logemann was fifth in batting average (.407), sixth in slugging percentage (.614), sixth in hits (56), seventh in on-base percentage, tied for second in triples (3), tied for eleventh in home runs (4) and tied for twelfth in doubles (12). Additionally, Logemann is now the RU career leader with 51 doubles.

David Camacho capped off his career with his best season as a Regent to earn Second Team All-NACC honors. Camacho had an outstanding season as he named NACC Pitcher of the Week twice this year and finished in the top ten in six statistical categories including leading the NACC in two of them. He finished the regular season tied for the conference lead in both complete games (4) and starts (10). Camacho also ranked second in innings pitched (68.2), tied for third in wins (6), seventh in strikeouts (48) and ninth in earned run average (3.41).