Holds the UC records for stolen bases in a career (104), season (60) and single game (6).
Tied for seventh in school history with nine career triples.
2008 Season (Senior):
Drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the 13th round (401st overall) of the MLB Draft.
A first team All-BIG EAST choice.
Led the BIG EAST with 44 stolen bases and seven triples and tied for fifth with 89 hits.
Ranked second on team in multi-hit games with 29, including three four-hit contests.
Stole multiple bases in a game nine times, including three games with a trio of thefts.
Tied a school record with two triples in a single game vs. USF (3/21).
Had a 10-game hitting streak in March that saw him bat .400.
Terrorized crosstown rival Xavier on April 29, going 3-for-6 with three runs, a double and three stolen bases.
Hit .328 in BIG EAST action with 19 stolen bases.
Named BIG EAST Player of the Week on May 18 after hitting .600 during UC's sweep of West Virginia.
Hit .267 in BIG EAST Championship, including first career grand slam against USF (5/21).
Played for the Southern Ohio Copperheads of the Great Lakes League.
Played in all-star game and was first team all-league selection after ranking first with 24 stolen bases; ranked among league leaders in hitting (9th, .349), runs (3rd, 27), hits (T-2nd, 44); added five doubles, two triples and 11 RBI.
Named the 10th best prospect in the Great Lakes Summer League by Baseball America.
2007 Season (Junior):
Ranked second in the BIG EAST nationally with 60 stolen bases, trailing only Louisville's Boomer Whiting in both.
Showed good patience, ranking ninth in the BIG EAST and second on the team with 33 walks.
Broke the UC single season steals record in just the team's 27th game when he nabbed his 36th bag of the year.
Ranked second on the team with a .329 batting average, with five doubles, a triple and 18 RBI.
Became first Bearcat in two seasons to lead off a game with a homer when he went deep at Georgetown (3/31).
Listed second on the team in multi-hit games with 22, including a season-high four vs. Villanova (4/27).
Matched a career-high with four RBI in a win over Marshall (4/9).
Tied a career-high with an 18-game hit streak early in the season in which he batted .389 (28-for-72).
At UNC-Asheville: Hit .319 in 72 games during two seasons ... stole 13 bases as a freshman and nine more as a sophomore ... tied the school record with an 18-game hit streak in 2005 ... set a Big South Conference record with hits in all 24 conference games of the 2005 season ... posted a career-high five hits vs. Radford (3/23/05) ... hammered first career home run vs. Hartford (3/18/06).
High School: A three-sport all-conference performer at Springboro High ... hit .418 as a senior and .350 as a junior, while stealing a combined 35 bases ... was also an all-area choice in football.
Personal: Born May 30, 1986 ... son of Mark and Faye Campana.