Kamerman To Play Football/Baseball at Northwestern

Date posted - December 30, 2015

Northwestern logoBlake Kamerman has signed a letter of intent to continue his football and baseball career at Northwestern beginning this fall.

Kamerman, the son of Brandon and Erica, is a 6-0 athlete from Sioux Center Community High School.

On the gridiron, Kamerman plays defensive back and slot receiver. He was named an honorable mention defensive back as a junior and a 1st Team All District wide receiver as a senior. This season, Kamerman made 25 tackles, had 174 rushing yards, 436 receiving yards, 421 kick-off return yards, 174 punt return yards, and five touchdowns as a senior.

On the diamond, Kamerman has twice been named First Team All-District and First Team All-Conference, earning the honors after his sophomore and junior seasons. He was also named INA Third Team All-State after his sophomore campaign. Kamerman has hit 0.370 in 150 at bats and has 45 runs scored, 22 RBI, and 16 stolen bases. On the mound, Kamerman is 12-2 with a 1.69 ERA in 100 innings.

Kamerman, a member of the honor roll, will enter Northwestern as an undecided major.

“Blake comes from a great program and has been coached very well by Coach Van Regenmorter and Coach Hardersen,” said head football coach Mat t McCarty. “He will be a great addition to our receiving corp.”

“We are excited for Blake to join us,” said head baseball coach Brian Wede. “Blake has established himself as one of the best baseball players in Northwest Iowa and we look forward to watching him develop as a player for us.

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