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Three Baseball Players Named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes

Loyola press release - June 16, 2006

Three Loyola Baseball Players Named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes

Three Loyola University New Orleans baseball players were honored by the NAIA for their excellent performance in the classroom. Rightfielder Bryan McCaulley, third baseman Brian Mason and catcher Jerry Campos were named 2006 Daktronics-NAIA Baseball All-America Scholar-Athletes. McCaulley, a native of Sugar Land, Texas, graduated in April with a degree in mathematics. He led the Wolfpack in homeruns (9), RBI (41), and slugging percentage (.571). He finished the season with a .337 batting average and scored 36 runs. He was also recognized by ESPN The Magazine and the College Sports Information Directors of America as Second Team Academic All-District VI College Division. McCaulley was named All-GCAC first team for his performance on the field this season. Mason, a business junior from Nyack, New York, appeared in 47 games last season. He had a .331 batting average with three home runs and 20 RBIs. He was also successful in five out of six stolen base attempts. Mason was also All-GCAC second team. Campos, a marketing junior from Miami, played in 38 games in 2006 for the Wolfpack. The Wolfpack starting catcher hit 250 in 108 plate appearances with a home run and 14 RBIs. For more information on Wolfpack Athletics please see http://wolfpack.loyno.edu, the GCAC- http://gcaconf.com, and the NAIA- http://naia.org.# # #