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Rockford College Baseball Players Honored


The Regents baseball team continued to rack up postseason awards on Monday morning when released its 2013 All-Region Teams. Senior utility player Daryn Streed (Belvidere, Ill./North) and freshman third baseman Cole Logemann (Lena, Ill./Lena-Winslow) were both selected Third Team All-Midwest Region. This marks the first time that Rockford has had multiple baseball players named to the All-Midwest Region Team. Rockford's two selections are also the third most selections among schools in the Northern Athletics Conference.

Senior Daryn Streed wrapped up his collegiate career with yet another award. His latest award came on Monday morning when he was named Third Team All-Midwest Region as a utility player which takes into account both his pitching and hitting statistics. Streed has now upped his total to seven different awards from either the Northern Athletics Conference or national media outlets. Streed's Third Team All-Midwest Region selection is his second postseason award this year. This past week Streed was selected First Team All-Northern Athletics Conference and earlier this season Streed became the first baseball player in the history of the conference to be named NAC Pitcher of the Week and NAC Position Player of the Week in a career, much less in the same season. He was also named to the Team of the Week as a designated hitter for the week of April 22-28. Finally, Streed was named honorable mention National Hitter of the Week and honorable mention National Picher of the Week in separate weeks by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association. Streed finished this season as one of the Regents best hitters and one of the team's top pitchers. Offensively he led the Regents at bats (162), hits (57), triples (2), runs batted in (30), total bases (80), and tied for the team high in batting average (.352). He was in the top three in doubles (13), on-base percentage (.402) and slugging percentage (.494). On the mound Streed finished with 3 wins and a 3.68 earned run average. He led the Regents in innings pitched (63.2) and strikeouts (51). His best pitching performance of the season came back in March when he defeated second-ranked Trinity University Texas by throwing 8 shutout innings and allowing just 3 hits while striking out 7.

Cole Logemann concluded his first collegiate season with his third postseason award. The third baseman became the first Rockford freshman to ever garner All-Region honors from and was also just one of two freshman in the Midwest Region to be selected All-Region this season. His previous two postseason awards came last week when he was selected First Team All-Northern Athletics Conference and was named Northern Athletics Conference Freshman of the Year. He became just the second member of the Regents baseball program to be named NAC Freshman of the Year. Logemann finished his inaugural collegiate season with one of the best freshman seasons in the program's history. In addition to being at or near the top in numerous statistical categories on the team, he ranks third in the NAC in walks (27), fourth in doubles (15), and seventh in home runs (3). The freshman finished the season leading the Regents in on-base percentage (.463), runs scored (30), walks (27), doubles (15), slugging percentage (.535) and tied for the team-high in batting average (.352). He also finished second on the team in at bats (142), hits (50), triples (1), home runs (3), runs batted in (24) and total bases (76). In his final game of the season, Logemann was an impressive 4-5 with 2 doubles and 2 runs batted in against nineteenth-ranked Concordia Chicago who also won both the NAC regular season and tournament.

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