Junior Brett Siddall has been named a Perfect Game Summer Collegiate First-Team All-American. Siddall was one of 17 players from eight summer leagues across the country to be named to the First Team.
Siddall played for the Lakeshore Chinooks, who won the Northwoods League championship and was named the Perfect Game Summer Collegiate Team of the Year. The Windsor, Ontario native hit .313 with 13 doubles and nine home runs to go along with 43 RBI and 32 walks. Siddall earned Northwoods League Mid-Season All-Star honors, won the Home Run Derby and received Postseason All-Star honors from the league as well.
Siddall also was named the No. 27 prospect in the Northwoods League on Wednesday.
During the 2014 season, Siddall hit .333 with 11 doubles, three triples and three home runs to go along with 43 RBI en route to being named to the All-MAAC First Team and the MAAC Player of the Week twice.
In the last seven years, Canisius has a .635 winning percentage, which ranks 24th among all Division I schools and fifth among schools from non-power conferences. The Golden Griffins are one of 14 teams to win 40 or more games prior to the NCAA Tournament in each of the last two seasons.