3 Chris Campbell
3 Chris Campbell
Height: 6-1
Weight: 185
Year: 2011
Hometown: Rochester, NH
High School: Spaulding
Position: UT
Major: Finance & Accounting
Bats/Throws: R/R

2011: Started in 42 games – 27 at second base, 14 at third and one at DH…selected as a team captain...hit .420 (60-143) with 29 runs, five doubles, one home run, 15 RBI and eight stolen bases…led the team in batting average and tied for the lead in steals…was second in OBP (.475) and tied for second on the squad in hits…also ranked third in runs scored…ranked second in the GNAC in batting average and fourth in hits...recorded 17 multiple-hit games and posted a team-high 14-game hitting streak…held hitless just six times all season…notched six consecutive multiple-hit games from March 27th to April 9th…went 5-7 with two runs, a double and an RBI in a conference sweep over Lasell College on April 6th…was 4-7 with five runs, a double and three stolen bases the next day versus Rivier College…recorded four hits in as many at bats with two runs, a double and an RBI versus Emerson College on April 18th…was scorching hot in the GNAC Tournament as the senior hit .733 (11-15) with four runs and three RBI in three playoff tilts…garnered All-Tournament honors for his efforts…went 5-5 with two runs and his first collegiate home run in a tourney win over Lasell on April 28th…the five-hit performance was the ninth in program history…tied a career high with seven assists versus Suffolk in the conference championship game against Suffolk on May 1st…recorded a career-best six putouts in a win over Bowdoin College on May 8th…was 3-4 with two runs scored in an NCAA Regional victory over Wheaton College on May 18th…collected First Team All-GNAC honors as a utility player and was selected as the GNAC Player of the Week on May 2nd…garnered CoSIDA Capital One Academic All-District Second Team honors, the first SJC baseball player to do so…hit .412 (190-461) with 131 runs, 20 doubles, 64 RBI and 17 stolen bases in his career – amazing numbers for any player, especially one who had just 11 at bats as a freshman…also posted a .472 OBP and a .466 slugging percentage…struck out just once every 11.8 at bats in his career, the ninth-best ratio in SJC baseball history…leaves the program ranked third in career batting average, sixth in OBP and seventh in runs, hits and HBP (16)…caps his career as the only player in program history to record three 60-hit seasons...Campbell and SJC Hall of Famer Steve Osborne ’01 are the only two SJC players to hit at least .400 three times in their career.

2010: Played in 42 games with 41 starts, 40 at shortstop and one at second base…hit .405 (64-158) with a team high 54 runs…added 19 RBI and nine doubles with a .463 OBP…led the team in strikeout rate with one K every 14.4 at bats…led the GNAC in runs and ranked second in hits…recorded 23 multi-hit games and posted a 13-game hitting streak during the season…became the first player in team history to notch back to back 60-hit seasons and the second to have two such seasons overall…amazingly, his average never dipped below .400 after the second game of the year…scored four runs against Clark on March 7th and New Jersey City on March 20th…went 5-8 with four runs and two RBI in a twinbill against WPI on March 8th…enjoyed a scorching hot five-game stretch in late March/early April, hitting .647 (11-17) with 10 runs and five RBI against Suffolk, Husson and Me.-Farmington…went 3-5 with two runs in an important in-region win over Bowdoin on April 6th and was 2-3 with two runs and his first career triple in a victory over Emerson on April 11th was 2-4 with three runs and an RBI in the GNAC Tourney opener against JWU on April 29th…had seven assists in the GNAC Championship against Suffolk on May 2nd…made just one error in 23 chances during the NCAA Regional Tournament…held hitless in just six games…listed on the GNAC Weekly Honor Roll on March 23rd…named Third Team All-GNAC.

2009: Appeared in 39 games with 38 starts...played 22 games at second base, 11 in the outfield, 3 at third base and 2 at shortstop...one of the most pleasant surprises of the 2009 campaign offensively...hit .423 (63-149) with 43 runs, 28 RBI's, 8 steals and 5 doubles as one of the Monks' top tablesetters...went hitless in just seven games...amazingly consistent, his average failed to dip below .347 after the first game...ranked second on the team with 20 multi-hit games and sent home two or more runs in six contests...went 3-4 with two runs, three RBI's and a two-bagger against WPI on March 8th...notched three consecutive two-hit games on March 9th & 10th...sent home three runs and went 3-5 with two runs against Colby on April 13th...enjoyed an outstanding twinbill against Thomas the following afternoon, having gone 5-7 with three runs, four RBI's and a double against the Terriers...posted his first four-RBI effort in the opening game of the doubleheader that day...went 3-4 with three runs against Emerson on April 18th...registered his first four-hit performance, 4-5, with three runs and an RBI against JWU in the GNAC tourney on April 24th...posted back to back three-hit efforts on the second day of the tourney and knocked home three runs in a must-win game against JWU...capped his breakout campaign with a bang by going 7-8 with five runs and an RBI in a twinbill against Bates College on the final day of the season...recognized by the team for his efforts and received the Coaches' Award...garnered First Team All Conference and Third Team All NEIBA honors as a utility player.

2008: Played in 19 games with two starts...hit .273 (3-11) with five runs, two RBI's and a double...singled in the third inning against Misericordia on March 7th to notch his first collegiate hit...scored three runs and knocked in one that day...his first NCAA extra base hit was a an RBI double against Husson on April 14th.

High School: Played four years of varsity baseball for Jerry Lachance at Spaulding High School...was All-State junior and senior year...named to the Foster's Dream team senior year...received Golden Bat award for the highest batting average senior year...chosen as the Coach's Award recipient as a sophomore and junior. 

Personal: Christopher William Campbell, born on July 25, 1989 in Rochester, NH.....son of Richard and Deborah Campbell....majoring in Finance and Accounting.