Cale Hennemann begins his first season with the Belmont baseball program as a Volunteer Assistant. He will be working with the outfielders and assisting the hitters in addition to helping out with the day-to-day operations with the program.
Hennemann comes to Nashville after wrapping up his collegiate career at the University of Memphis. He finished his senior season collecting 11 doubles and 39 RBIs, starting in all 55 of the Tigers’ games.
“We are very excited about adding Coach Hennemann to our staff,” head coach Dave Jarvis said of Hennemann’s hiring. “His work ethic character, passion and love for the game will be a tremendous asset to our program. I am very excited about what the future holds for him and his coaching career.”
In his first season with Memphis, the Pawnee, Ill., native led the team in hitting (.299), on-base percentage (.422) and had the longest hit streak of the season at 12 games. Hennemann also led the Tigers in hitting during American Athletic Conference play, hitting .377 in 23 starts.
Prior to Memphis, Hennemann played in 92 games with 80 starts in two seasons at Eastern Illinois. Hennemann finished his tenure at Eastern Illinois with a .280 batting average and drove in 50 runs while scoring 41. He added 21 doubles, one triple and two home runs, having two three-hit games during his freshman season.
Hennemann received his Marketing Management degree from the University of Memphis in 2019 and had a minor Supply Chain Management.