SIUE senior outfielder, a second team all-Ohio Valley Conference selection, started all 54 games for the Cougars in right field.
DALLAS – SIUE senior outfielder Devin Caldwell of Cottage Hills has been named to the All-Mideast Region second team, according to the American Baseball Coaches Association.
Caldwell, a second team all-Ohio Valley Conference selection, started all 54 games for the Cougars in right field. The Civic Memorial High product finished the year with a .309 average, with team highs in doubles (18) and home runs (10). He added 33 RBIs, third-most on the team.
He tied for seventh in the league with his 10 home runs while he was fourth in the OVC with the 18 doubles.
The All-Region selection is the first of Caldwell’s career.
“This is great recognition for the outstanding year Devin had,” SIUE coach Tony Stoecklin said.
Caldwell also was third on the team with 10 stolen bases and led the team with 11 outfield assists.
“The home runs and the extra base hits stick out to you,” Stoecklin said. “When you really look into it, you see this is a testament to Devin’s great all-around play.”
In four seasons, Caldwell played in 212 games and made 209 starts. Both totals rank fourth in school history. He holds SIUE’s all-time home run record with 33. He is second in school history with 58 doubles.