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Rob Froio

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Midlothian, Ill.

High School:
St. Laurence

Height / Weight:
5-8 / 143

Position:
OF

B/T:
S/R

Rob Froio

Career: Lafayette's all-time leader in career hits (230), games started (186) and at-bats (741). Also ranks second all-time in games played (189), fourth in triples (12) and runs scored (148), fifth in total bases (295) and stolen bases (62) and sixth in doubles (35).

2011: First Team All-Patriot League...Academic All-Patriot League...Started 45 games in centerfield, one at second base and one at designated hitter...Hit leadoff in all 47 games in which he played...Batted .323 with 14 RBI and 36 runs scored...Posted a .390 on-base percentage and .396 slugging percentage...Had six doubles and a team-best four triples...Led the team with nine stolen bases...Notched a team-best 20 multiple-hit games...Had four outfield assists...Finished his career with an active streak of 18 games reaching base safely...Had two hits in eight of the Leopards' first 11 games...Posted three hits in the 13-inning win at NJIT on March 30...Hit a walk-off single to beat Holy Cross on April 18...Turned in a five-hit, three-RBI performance in a 12-inning game with Army on April 24...Had three hits in the nightcap at Navy on May 1...Batted 9-for-18 during the week ending May 18 to earned Patriot League Player of the Week honors...Put together an 11-game hitting streak from April 25-May 14.

2010: Named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll...appeared in 44 games with 43 starts, all in centerfield...finished with a .281 batting average...led the team with 12 doubles, 33 runs scored and 19 stolen bases...collected 47 hits and hit his first two career homers...also walked a team-high 19 times...had first multi-hit game of the season with two hits and two runs scored in series finale at VMI (2/28)...went 3-for-5 with a RBI and two runs scored at Dallas Baptist (3/19) and swiped a season-best three bases...had a solid all-around effort against Penn (3/28) with three hits, three runs scored and three RBI, thanks in part to his first career home run...had a season-high four hits against Bucknell (4/3) with two doubles and his second homer of the season...added two hits and two RBI at Villanova (4/14)...had two doubles at Rider (5/5) and finished the season with two hits and three RBI against Niagara (5/9).

2009: Started 48 of the 50 games in which he played with all 48 starts coming in centerfield...led the team in batting average (.367), on-base percentage (.437), runs scored (45) and triples (3)...had 72 hits, 34 RBI and 20 stolen bases...made just one error all season...had 21 multi-hit games...went 4-for-6 with three runs scored at Maryland Eastern Shore (3/7)...followed that with a six-hit performance in the nightcap of the doubleheader against the Hawks with six RBI and three runs scored...went 4-for-4 at Gardner Webb (3/16)...had four-straight multi-hit games (3/21-3/28)...had two hits, scored two runs and drove in three runs in first game vs. Holy Cross (4/18)...put together five straight games with at least two hits from May 3-10, including a four-hit performance in Patriot League semifinal game at Bucknell (5/10).

2008: Started all 48 of Lafayette's games...batted leadoff for the majority of the season...finished the year with a .263 batting average...scored a team-high 34 runs and had 49 hits, including a team-high eight doubles...also led the team with three triples and 18 walks...stole a team-leading 14 bases...made just one error all season in centerfield for a .992 fielding percentage...had two hits and drove in two runs at VMI (2/23)...had two more hits and two RBI in series finale vs. the Keydets (2/24)...went 2-for-5 with two runs scored and two RBI in win over Harvard (3/16)...scored two runs and had two hits at Penn (3/25) in the Liberty Bell Classic quarterfinal round...had first collegiate three-hit game vs. Bucknell (4/5)...drove in two runs and scored three runs at Lehigh (4/13)...went 2-for-5 with a run scored vs. Temple (4/30)...had back-to-back two-hit games to close out the season vs. Stony Brook (5/4) and at Rider (5/7)...named to Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.

YEAR 	AVG 	GP-GS 		AB 	R 	H 	2B 	3B 	HR 	RBI 	TB 	SLG% 	BB 	HBP 	SO 	GDP 	OB% 	SF 	SH 	SB-ATT 	PO 	A 	E 	FLD%
2008 	.263 	48-48 		186 	34 	49 	8 	4 	0 	20 	65 	.349 	18 	3 	19 	0 	.337 	1 	2 	14-20 	124 	1 	1 	.992
2009 	.367 	50-48 		196 	45 	72 	9 	3 	0 	34 	87 	.444 	23 	2 	13 	3 	.437 	1 	3 	20-27 	139 	4 	1 	.993
2010 	.281 	44-43 		167 	33 	47 	12 	1 	2 	20 	67 	.401 	19 	4 	24 	1 	.366 	1 	0 	19-21 	116 	5 	4 	.968
2011 	.323 	47-47 		192 	36 	62 	6 	4 	0 	14 	76 	.396 	17 	4 	27 	2 	.390 	0 	2 	9-16 	133 	4 	3 	.979
TOTAL 	.310 	189-186 	741 	148 	230 	35 	12 	2 	88 	295 	.398 	77 	13 	83 	6 	.384 	3 	7 	62-84 	512 	14 	9 	.983

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