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Gamecock Summer Baseball Wrap-Up
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Gamecock Summer Baseball Wrap-Up

Noah Campbell and Andrew Eyster's All-Star Game selections highlight the Gamecocks in the summer leagues.

COLUMBIA, S.C. — The collegiate summer leagues across the country are wrapping up their playoff runs as baseball moves towards the beginning of classes and fall practice. Here’s an overview of how the Gamecocks (redshirt freshman and above) did in their summer league seasons.
• Noah Campbell was second in the Cape Cod League with a .364 batting average for the Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox. Campbell, who was named to the Cape Cod All-Star Game, flirted with .400 for most of the season while recording seven doubles, two triples, six home runs and 26 RBI. Campbell had a 1.092 OPS with the Red Sox and helped them reach the Cape Cod League playoffs.
• Incoming Gamecock Andrew Eyster helped New Market win the Valley League championship while being named the league’s Most Valuable Player. Eyster hit .421 with 14 doubles, nine home runs and 35 RBI for the Rebels. The sophomore stole six bases and had a 1.292 OPS in 32 games.
• Incoming Gamecock Luke Berryhill played in 10 games for the Purceville Cannons in the Valley League and made the most of his brief appearance. The catcher belted four home runs and drove in 18 while hitting .275 with seven runs scored.
• The Gamecocks had three players – TJ Shook, Parker Coyne and Cam Tringali – play for the Lexington County Blowfish in the Coastal Plain League. Shook pitched 15 innings for the Blowfish and had three starts, striking out seven batters. Coyne made three appearances and pitched 12.2 innings, also striking out seven. Tringali made 17 appearances and five starts, going 1-2 with a save and striking out 39 batters in 41.2 innings pitched.
• Mason Streater played in 34 games for the Wilmington Sharks of the Coastal Plain League and had four doubles, two home runs and eight RBI in 121 at-bats. Streater scored seven runs and walked six times for the Sharks.
• Jordan Holladay played in 21 games for the La Crosse Loggers of the Northwoods League and had five doubles, two home runs and nine RBI in 71 at-bats. Holladay scored nine runs and walked 10 times for a .365 on-base percentage.
• Ian Jenkins played in the Carolina Shores Collegiate Summer Baseball League and was named to the All-Star Game for the Hammerheads.