Ari Kaufman


Wyckoff, N.J.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 220


Ari  Kaufman


Baseball Gets 18 on League Honor Roll

Lafayette led the league with the most baseball players selected


Lipe, Coniglio Pace Leopards in 13-12 Win

Each manage three hits, while Lipe drives in a career-high five runs


Landolfi Rescues DH Split for Leopards

Outfielder throws out potential tying run at plate to end Game 2


Senior Day Highlights Weekend Bucknell Series

Lafayette will honor its 10 seniors prior to the start of Sunday’s DH


Leopards Welcome Navy for Weekend Series

Lafayette looks for a second-straight Patriot League series win


Lafayette vs. Bucknell (Senior Day DH)

Photos by Rick Smith


Lafayette vs. Penn

Photos by Rick Smith


Baseball at George Washington

Game 1 - Lafayette 4, GW 2 Game 2 - GW 1, Lafayette 0 (10 inn.)

2016: Made 15 appearances, including four starts, in his final season on College Hill…pitched 29 1/3 innings, logging two wins and two saves…struck out five over five hitless innings in a win over Rider (3/1)…worked the final 1 2/3 innings of Lafayette’s win over Radford (3/19) to register his third collegiate save…delivered a quality start in Game 4 of the Leopards’ series at Army West Point (4/3), fanning a season-high six batters while giving up three runs over six innings…entered Game 2 of the Bucknell series (4/16) with Lafayette holding a one-run lead but facing a bases loaded situation with one out in the final inning…induced a game-ending double play to pick up another save…second win of the season came against Monmouth (4/20) after working 1 2/3 scoreless innings in relief…struck out a pair of batters in his final appearance against Holy Cross (5/1).

Started two games at pitcher and appeared in 12 more as a reliever…finished the 2015 season with a record of 1-0…that victory came against Army (4/5) after he tossed 4 1/3 scoreless innings, fanning three hitters…had four-straight scoreless appearances from April 1 through April 14…pitched in 25 1/3 innings and struck out 15 batters for the year…Patriot League Academic Honor Roll selection.

Made 13 appearances, including three starts, as a sophomore...Built a record of 1-4 and an ERA of 5.72, striking out 15 and walking eight over 28.1 innings...Got off to a great start, allowing just two unearned runs on three hits over his first five games spanning 9.1 innings...Picked up a save on March 9 at Fairleigh Dickinson...Struggled in his first start, a four-inning effort against Penn on March 23 in which he permitted seven runs (five earned) on 10 hits to take the loss...Bounced back with a perfect inning of relief at Penn on April 2...Struck out a season-high seven batters in just five innings during a start at Army but took the loss...Picked up his lone victory on May 3 against NC Central when he tossed 2.1 frames of scoreless work.

Made 18 appearances and three starts on the mound...Pitched 2.0 scoreless innings, striking out one in his first collegiate appearance against Georgetown on Feb. 23...Struck out two batters in 2.0 innings of work at Maryland Eastern Shore on March 10...Started at Temple on March 13 and went 4.0 innings allowing two earned runs and striking out two...Allowed one earned run in 3.0 innings of relief at Penn on March 24... Pitched 2.0 scoreless innings in a start at La Salle on April 9...Threw 2.2 scoreless innings of relief, striking out three batters against Rutgers on April 16...Struck out two batters at Navy on April 20.

At Ramapo:
Two-time All-Bergen County...Two-time All-Big North...Team captain...Student body president.