Xavier survived its first elimination game versus Duquesne
2010...Academic All-Conference Selection...Started 57 of 58 games, mostly in the outfield...Led the team in runs scored (53) and stolen bases (25)...Finished the season with a .307 batting average...Hit six homeruns in 2010...Was hit by more pitches (11) than any other Musketeer...Set a new career-high for hits in a game (5) against Cincinnati (4/27)...Had a career-high four RBI day at Dayton (4/30)...Posted eight putouts at Miami (4/21)...Was named Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League Player of the Year during the 2010 off season.
2009...Started 55 of the 58 games he saw action in at third base ... Carried a 20 game hitting streak spanning from Apr. 24 to May 23 where he went 33-for-80 ... Hit his first career homerun against Saint Lousi on Mar. 22 and launched two more homers over the season ... Team leader in stolen bases, going 42-of-49 ... Had 18 multiple hit and nine multiple RBI games ... Finished the season with a .287 average with 60 total hits, 45 runs and 39 RBI ... Named to the A-10 All-Tournament Team as a third basemen ... Was named to the Atlantic 10 Commissioner's Honor Roll following the fall and spring semester
2008... Played in 52 games as a freshman, starting in 38 contests, playing primarily at third base ... Had seven multiple hit games and six multiple RBI games ... Set a career high with three RBI on 2-for-5 hitting in the nightcap of a doubleheader at Massachusetts (3/30) ... Tallied a career-high three hits, going 3-for-5 with a career-high two runs scored at Bolwing Green (5/13) ... Matched that career high in hits with a 3-for-4 outing in the nightcap of a doubleheader with GW (5/16) ... Hit his first career double at Dayton on Mar. 22 and first career triple at Fordham on May 10 ... Finished the season with a .257 average with 36 hits and 23 RBI.
High School... Lettered two seasons at Olentangy High School for head coach Steve Little ... He helped guide the Braves to a 21-game winning streak and a 9-1 mark in the Ohio Capital Conference's Cardinal division to share the conference championship in 2007 ... Helped his team to a No. 1 ranking in the state polls entering the OHSAA Tournament in 2006 ... Helped his team make it all the way to the OHSAA state championship game and a runner-up finish his junior year ... Hit .416 with 34 runs entering the 2006 OHSAA Tournament ... Tabbed No. 61 in Ohio's class of 2007 by the Buckeye Scout ... Also a standout basketball player for the Braves.
Personal...Majoring in finance... Born July 18, 1988 in Lewis Center, Ohio ... parents are John and Jill McCambridge ... Mother was a diver at Cincinnati and his sister, Carrie, was on the diving team at Purdue.
|At Bats||7||vs. George Washington (May 15, 2011)|
|Runs Scored||3||Six times, most recentvs. Yale(March 6, 2011)|
|Hits||5||vs. Cincinnati (April 27, 2010)|
|RBIs||4||at Dayton (April 30, 2010)|
|Doubles||2||Twice, most recent atDayton (May 7, 2011)|
|Triples||1||Eleven times, most recentat Fordham(May 21, 2011)|
|Home Runs||1||Thirteen times, most recent vs.George Washington(May 15, 2011)|
|Walks||2||Ten times, most recent vs.Temple (March 26, 2011)|
|Strikeouts||3||vs. Santa Clara (Feburary 20, 2009 at Raleigh, N.C.)|
|Sac Hits||2||at Missouri (March 13, 2010)|
|Sac Flies||1||Four times, most recent at Cincinnati (April 28, 2010)|
|Stolen Bases||5||vs. Michigan State (March 7, 2009 at Daytona Beach, Fla.)|
|Hit By Pitch||2||Three times, most recent at Fordham (May 21, 2011)|
|Caught Stealing||2||at George Washington (May 9, 2009)|
|Putouts||8||Twice, most recent vs. Illinois State(March 5, 2011)|
|Assists||6||vs.Richmond (April 10, 2011)|
Four times, most recent at George Washington (May 8, 2009)