Height: 6' 0" Weight: 175 lbs
School: Young Harris
Hometown: Pennsville, N.J.
College Information - 2012
Sophomore infielder for head coach Rick Robinson at Young Harris (Ga.) College...Transferred to Young Harris from Monmouth...Earned a starting role in first season with NCAA Division II Lions...Saw playing time in 44 of 50 regular season games...Batted .293 with one home run and 18 RBI...Totaled 41 hits including nine doubles, 26 runs, 15 walks, four stolen bases and a .411 on-base percentage...Tallied nine multi-hit games...Went 2-for-4 in Young Harris debut at Florida Southern (Feb. 3)...Socked first career home run versus Indiana (Pa.) (Mar. 11)...Smacked a career high four hits including two doubles and scored twice against Waldorf (Mar. 10)...Had three hits apiece against St. Augustine's (Feb. 18) and Tenn. Temple (Apr. 13)...Ended the season on a three-game hitting streak.
Began collegiate career at Monmouth University...Limited action for the Hawks of the Northeast Conference; appeared in 13 games overall and started three times...Had success in limited at-bats...Compiled a .313 batting average with five hits, four RBI, three runs scored, three walks and two HBP...Had a .476 on-base percentage...Did not make an error in 20 defensive chances...Batted .333 against NEC opponents...Made collegiate debut at Florida Atlantic (Mar. 4)...Went 1-for-2 with one RBI and two runs scored against Wagner (Apr. 17)...Cracked two hits, drove in two runs and scored once versus Seton Hall (Apr. 26)...Zapped an RBI single against Long Island (May 8).
Attended St. Mark's High School in Wilmington, Del....Won two state championships with the Spartans in his final two prep years (2009, 2010)...2010 All-Freelance League second team...2010 MaxPreps.com Preseason Delaware Player of the Year...2009 Delaware Baseball Coaches Association All-State first team...2009 All-Freelance League first team...Batted .396 with two home runs and 17 RBI...2008 All-Freelance League
Has participated in numerous events for Perfect Game USA including but not limited to the 2009 World Wood Bat Association Northeast Qualifier #2, 2009 WWBA Northeast Qualifer #1, 2009 PG WWBA 2010 Grads or 17U National Championship, 2008 PG WWBA 2010 Grads or 16U National Championship and 2007 PG WWBA 2010 Grads or 15U National Championship...Product of the Tri-State Arsenal and New Jersey Super 17 programs.