Rochester, MN – The Northwoods League has named Waterloo Bucks outfielder Kevin Kaczmarski and catcher Austin Barrett to the Postseason All-Star team. The pair was named to the honorary squad through a vote by the NWL’s coaches and members of the media.

Kaczmarski, a freshman from the University of Evansville, led the way as the Bucks most consistent player all season. He showed the ability to hit for power and average, with a batting average of .361 and a slugging percentage of .598, which led the team. Kaczmarski also showed the ability to be patient and draw walks, with an on-base percentage .445. The Evansville product hit for a team high ten home runs and 55 RBI. He showed off his speed in the field and on the basepaths, with some great diving catches and 14 stolen bases. 

Barrett, a sophomore from Mercer University, was excellent behind the plate all season for the blue and yellow. He hit for a .335 average and had an on-base percentage of .394. The Mims, FL native also hit for solid power with 11 doubles and seven home runs to put together a slugging percentage of .520. He also posted 29 RBI and scored 34 runs. 

The final game of the Bucks season was canceled due to rain on Sunday, with the Bucks finishing with a record of 34-35. Remember to keep following the Bucks this offseason on for information on the team. We thank all our fans and business partners for their support this season.