Waterloo, IA- Looking back on a season in which the Bucks finished with a 34-35 record, a number of players finished towards the top of NWL and North division statistical categories.

Davis Hendrickson, from Macomb, IL, finished 4th in the league in triples with five on the season, which was also second most ever in a Bucks single season. He also finished with 22 steals, good for 5th in the North Division. The University of Illinois product primarily started in right field this season and finished with a league leading 91 putouts and 12 assists at that position.

Jordan Adams finished the season with nine home runs which was 4th best in the North Division. The Mason City, IA native finished his Bucks career with 16 home runs, which is second all-time on the Bucks career list. Adams currently attends Central Michigan University.

On the pitching side, Brock Hudgens started 11 games which was the 4th most starts of anyone in the North Division. The Jamestown, NC native finished the season with a 4-2 record and a 3.16 ERA, the lowest of any Bucks starter.

Chris Dunn from Viterbo College finished the season with 26 pitching appearances, two of them starts and the rest in relief. This put him with the 3rd most pitching appearances in the division. Originally from Hancock, WI, Dunn finished the season with a 2-2 record and a 4.79 ERA.

Lastly, Bucks Player of the Year Kevin Kaczmarski was near the top of many categories. The Evansville product finished 5th in the division in batting average at .361 and 3rd in the league with a slugging percentage of .598. The Cary, IL native tied for 5th in the division with four triples, was 3rd in the division with ten home runs, and 4th in the league at 55 RBI. Kaczmarski also finished 3rd in the league in putouts by left fielders with 66.

The Bucks will look to be back in action around early June. Stay in touch with any Bucks news and updates by visiting