General: All-League hitter who will see time at first base and in the DH slot...selected as team captain for 2005 season...majoring in Government and Law.
2004: Made the move from DH to first base...started 48 of 49 games...hit .302 with six homeruns and 35 RBI...had 52 hits and six doubles, both of which lead all returning Leopards...had 14 multi-hit efforts...went 2- for- 4 with a double in Lafayette's Patriot League Tournament win over Lehigh (5/8)...went 3- for- 4 with 3 RBI against Bucknell (4/18)...hit a pair of home runs in a doubleheader against Bucknell (4/17)...went 2- for- 4 with a homerun and two RBI against Navy (4/10)...was 3- for- 3 against Wagner with a season high five RBI...went 2- for- 4 with a double, a homerun, three RBI, and two runs scored against Pacific (3/19).
2003: Followed up his Louisville Slugger Freshman All American Honorable mention rookie season with an All Patriot League Second Team sophomore campaign...started 38 out of 40 games, primarily as a designated hitter...third on the team and sixth in the Patriot League with a career high .341 batting average. Also among the Patriot League leaders with a .496 slugging percentage...led the team with two triples. Had 3 or more hits in a game five times...was a perfect 3- for- 3 against Binghamton (5/3) with a home run and two runs scored. Went 4- for- 6 in the Leopards victory over St. Peter's (4/16) with a double, three RBI's, and three runs scored...began the season with a 12 game hitting streak, hitting .439 over that span with three home runs, 14 RBI's, and eight runs scored. Highlighting this stretch was his 6- for- 7 performance in the season opening doubleheader against Mt. St. Mary's (3/16) that produced a home run, a double, and six RBI's on the day.
2002:Tabbed an All-Patriot League First-Team selection at DH...appeared in 40 games for the Leopards, starting 31 as a freshman...finished with a .308 batting average, smacking 32 hits...tallied eight doubles, one home run and 23 RBI...finished third on the team with 37 runs scored...named Patriot League Rookie of the Week after batting .412 with five RBI and two doubles over five games...went perfect 4-for-4 with three RBI and one run scored at Army (4/14)...registered eight multi-hit games.
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