UND Baseball BIO
Jeff Campbell
Player Profile:
Jeff Campbell 802157
Position: Pitcher/Infield
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 225
Year: Senior
Hometown: Clearwater, Fla.
High School: Central Catholic High School
Major: Kinesiology

Career stats
2015 game-by-game stats
2014 game-by-game stats

2013 game-by-game stats

2015 (Senior):
College Home Run Derby champion at TD Ameritrade Ballpark with 34 homers (including derby-record 20 in first round) .... Named All-WAC First Team after a standout final season at UND ... Tied for league-lead in homers (11) with second-most RBI (48) and fifth in batting average (.365) ... Became the first player in North Dakota’s Division I era to hit for the cycle May 16 at New Mexico State ... Threw the final two innings in that game as well to pick up his 11th save of the season (school record) ... His save total led the Western Athletic Conference ... Became first WAC athlete to win both WAC Player and WAC Pitcher of the Week awards in same week (May 17) ...  Led UND in homers in each of his four seasons ...  Homered in all three games of a three-game sweep at Northern Colorado, then went yard against the Bears in the WAC Tournament as well ... Picked-up nine intentional walks and was walked 27 times total as a result of his power numbers ... Homered twice in a game in each of his four seasons ... Hit a three-run blast and followed later with a grand slam for a career-best seven RBI in a 7-2 win over Utah Valley (May 8) ... Finished his career second all-time at UND in total bases (373), RBI (162) and doubles (43) and fourth in homers (32) ... Earned fourth letter.

Summer 2014: Played for the Rochester Honkers of the Northwoods League (Independent) ... Competed in the homerun derby and was named to the All-Star team.

2014 (Junior): Started all 39 games ... Made 12 appearances on the mound, including nine starts ... Homered in the season opener, part of his team-high five on the season ... Hit .227 with five homers and 24 RBI ... Slugged .373 ... Homered and posted a win on the mound Mar. 16 at Utah Valley, one of just a handful in all of Division I to mark that achievement ... Followed up that showing with a two-homer game at UNLV (Mar. 19) ... Had a five-game stretch where he collected nine hits, three homers, seven RBI and six runs scored (Mar. 9-19) ... Reached base in 22 of 24 games between Mar. 9 and May 3 ... Had a three-hit day at Chicago State (Apr. 19) ... Drove in three in the finale of that series (Apr. 20) ... Enjoyed seven multi-hit games ... Won three consecutive starts from Mar. 16 to Mar. 30 ... Began the stretch with a nine-inning complete game victory at Utah Valley (Mar. 16) ... Went the distance again in his next start, allowing just three runs in a win at Bakersfield (Mar. 23) ... Squandered just a single run in 8.1 innings with a season-high six strikeouts for a 2-1 win and a series sweep over Northern Colorado (Mar. 30) ... Finished the season 3-6 with a 5.64 ERA ... Came on in relief to slam the door against North Dakota State and earn the save, throwing the final inning with just one hit and a pair of punchouts ... Take out an 11-run outing against Seattle and his season ERA was more than a full run lower (4.62 in 62.1 IP) ... Earned third letter. 

Summer 2013: Played for the Rochester Honkers of the Northwoods League (Independent).

2013 (Sophomore): Hit .271 with a team-high-tying four homers and and team-best 43 runs batted in ... Came on strong at the end of the season, hitting .379 over his last 28 games and was named to the Great West Conference All-Tournament Team ... At the tourney, hit .438, slugging .625 with three extra-base hits in UND's four games ... Reached base 11 times in the tourney, stole a base, scored four runs and drove in four more ... Also threw a team-high 10 innings at the GWC Tournament, earning his first save after closing out the final two innings in the opening round game and later threw eight innings in his only start on the mound ... Rebounded nicely from a slow start, hitting .339 after April 1 ... Had a breakout series at Northern Colorado (Apr. 12-14), collecting a hit in all four games, going 8-for-17 with four RBI, four doubles and a triple ... Homered and drove in three runs in a thrilling come-from-behind win over Texas-Pan American (May 3) ... Drove in four runs in game twice, both within a week of each other (May 10 vs. NJIT, May 16 vs. Chicago State) ... Hit a pair of homers (one inside-the-park) in the win vs. Chicago State (May 16) ... On the mound, shutout St. Cloud State in a four-hit gem at the Metrodome (Feb. 25) ... Earned second win in a nine-inning complete game outing vs. NJIT, scattering nine hits with two earned runs and eight strikeouts ... Recorded first save of the season with a two-inning outing at the GWC Tournament, allowing a pair of unearned runs with two strikeouts in the win over Utah Valley in the opener ... Earned second letter.

2012 (Freshman): Earned Collegiate Baseball Freshman All-America accolades, the first UND player to do that in the Division I era ... First UND All-American since 2004 (J.J. Scheving) ... Named the Great West Conference Newcomer of the Year and earned a first-team spot as a utility player on the All-GWC team ... Named to the All-GWC Tournament team after leading UND to a third-place finish ... Hit .326 on the season and led the team with 12 home runs and 47 RBI ... Delivered four wins and six complete games from the mound ... The only UND player to start all 56 games in 2012 ... Finished the season with 73 hits - a total that ranks tied for second on UND's single-season charts ... His 12 home runs are tied for the fourth most in a single season and he added 14 doubles and two triples to finish with a team-high 28 extra-base hits ... Earned first letter.

Before UND: A 2011 graduate of Clearwater Central Catholic High School ... Named second team All-Pinellas County as a senior ... Went 7-2 with a 2.33 ERA on the mound and batted .327 with three home runs and 11 doubles at the plate ... Perfect Game Honorable Mention All-Florida Region.

Personal: Son of James and Carla Campbell ... Majoring in kinesiology.

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