Baseball’s Kammer Adds National Player of the Week to Growing List of Honors

| April 30, 2015

Kammer earns his third honor for his performance the week of April 20-26.

Webster University senior Jeff Kammer has one more award to add to his collection of honors for his performance the week of April 20-26: National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) national Player of the Week.

Earlier this week, Kammer was named the Diamond Sports/St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC) Baseball Hitter of the Week for April 20-26. He also earned his second Player of the Week award.

Kammer hit better than .700 and adorned a slugging percentage of over 1.200 as the Gorloks locked up a SLIAC tournament bid with three wins. He started the week with a 2-5 game against Greenville, driving in a pair of runs. He followed with a 4-4 performance against NCAA Division I Illinois State, plating three runs. Kammer then exploded in a double header against Eureka College, going 6-8 with six RBIs, two home runs, and a double.

On the week, Kammer was 12-17, batting .706, with 11 RBIs and six runs scored. In addition, he slugged 1.235 on the week and had a .722 on base percentage. Kammer joins the NCBWA pitcher of the week, Josh Outsen of St. Joseph’s College, who pitched a perfect game.

Read more about Kammer and other Webster athletes at the Webster University Athletic website.

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