CCAC Championships - Baseball
The Judson University baseball program won their first-ever CCAC tournament championship in 2008. It was the program's first-ever tournament championship as they gained the final spot in the 2008 NAIA Regional Tournament.
CCAC Regular Season Champions
NAIA Opening Round - #2 Seed
NAIA Final Ranking: #21
NAIA All-American: Matt McHenry (H.M.)
CCAC Coach of the Year: Rich Benjamin
All-CCAC: Matt McHenry (1st), Craig Lipp (1st), Jordan Pemble (1st), Johnny Amann (2nd), Cameron Balough (2nd), Tyler Ware (2nd), Billy Wright (2nd)
Judson won their first-ever CCAC regular season championship with a 25-4 record and finished the season with 47 wins which is a program best. They went 11-0 in Florida on their spring break trip and were ranked as high as 16th in the nation. The NAIA national ranking was first for the program, too. Judson also won their first-ever NAIA post-season game with a win over Dakota State in the NAIA Opening Round.
CCAC Tournament Champions
All-CCAC: Kyle Kobernus (H.M.)
CCAC Freshamn of the Year: Oscar DePablos
In coach Rich Benjamin's first season, he took a team of 18 players and coached them to the CCAC Touranment Championship. The CCAC Tournament played the #3 through #6 teams in the conference for the #3 spot in the NAIA Regional Touranment. Judson went 3-1 in a three-day tournament to win the final spot for the NAIA Regiona VII Tournament. Judson started the tournament with wins over Olivet Nazarene, 6-2, and Purdue-North Central, 9-7. After a loss to Purdue-North Central, they played Purdue-North Central, again, for the championship and won in comeback fashion in the bottom of the 7th inning, 12-11.