Zachary Saca has a 2.61 ERA for the Auburn Wildcats this summer.

Zachary Saca has a 2.61 ERA for the Auburn Wildcats this summer.

July 26, 2012

PRINCESS ANNE, Md. -- As the summer continues, three UMES baseball players, Byron Campbell, Zachary Saca and Brandon Schott, have shined in wooden-bat play, earning All-Star selections in their respective leagues.

Campbell (Waldorf, Md.), playing outfield for the Sherrill Silversmiths, was selected as a New York Collegiate Baseball League All-Star. As of July 26th, Campbell was in the top-5 in the league with a .379 batting average, eight home runs and 44 RBI, leading his team in all the above categories.

Saca (Elk Grove, Calif.), serving as a starter and relief pitcher for the Auburn Wildcats, earned a place as a Pacific West Baseball League All-Star. In 12 games pitched with the Wildcats as of July 26th, including five starts, Saca sports a 4-2 record with a 2.61 ERA, striking out 31 batters with just seven walks.

Schott (Warren, Pa.), a catcher for the Lexington Chops, was honored with an All-Star selection in the Carolina-Virginia Collegiate League. Through July 26th, Schott is hitting .386 with a .643 slugging percentage, four home runs and 20 RBI, leading his team in all four categories.

All three All-Stars are set to shine for UMES in the upcoming 2013 season.