CETERVILLE, Mass.- For the second time in the past two weeks, The UMES Hawks have had one of its players named Corvias Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference Player of the Week.
Senior outfielder Byron Campbell (Waldorf, MD.) received the honor earlier this week. The award is the third this week and eighth overall for the Hawks over the past two weeks. Campbell picked up the Division I South and was one of three recipients in Division I that earned an honor from the Corvias ECAC. Monday, he was named National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Player of the Week, as well as MEAC Player of the Week.
Campbell hit .591 over a 6 game stretch was 2-6 with three RBI in the Hawks doubleheader with Lehigh. Campbell then went 11-16 (.688) with two home runs in four games at Delaware State University. He reached base in every contest last week, moving his consecutive games of reaching base streak to 14.
Last week, UMES senior centerfielder Stephen Bull (Millsboro, DE.) claimed the Corvias ECAC Player of the Week award, while also being named NCAA Player of the Week, MEAC Player of the Week, and Louisville Slugger National Player of the Week.