Two Cardinals named to CoSIDA Academic All-District

Alex Call, a junior outfielder for the Ball State Cardinals, attempts to hit the ball in the game against Ohio on April 1. DN PHOTO GRACE RAMEY
Alex Call, a junior outfielder for the Ball State Cardinals, attempts to hit the ball in the game against Ohio on April 1. DN PHOTO GRACE RAMEY

Alex Call

23 doubles (t-1st NCAA)

62 runs (t-1st NCAA)

.374 batting average (3rd MAC)

.470 OBP (2nd MAC)

.687 slugging percentage (1st MAC)

Graduated with bachelor's degree in entrepreneurial management in 3 years

Caleb Stayton

63 RBIs (t-2nd NCAA)

.388 batting average (1st MAC)

.476 OBP (1st MAC)

.633 slugging percentage (3rd MAC)

3.919 GPA, majoring in telecommunications


Junior Ball State baseball players Alex Call and Caleb Stayton were selected to the College Sports Information Directors Association Academic All-District team.

On the field, Call is tied for the NCAA lead with both 23 doubles and 62 runs scored, and he has the best slugging percentage in the Mid-American Conference (.687).

Off the field, he has already graduated with a bachelor's degree in entrepreneurial management, finishing the program in three years.

Stayton is tied for second in the NCAA with 63 RBIs and leads the MAC with a .388 batting average and .476 on-base percentage.

In the classroom, he carried a 3.919 GPA through the Fall Semester while majoring in telecommunications.

The pair were two of 11 players selected to represent District 5, which includes universities in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan and Ohio.

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