Junior infielder from Lexington, Mass. ... bats right and throws right ... has been the team’s starting third baseman the last three seasons, with 135 career starts to his credit ... .267 career average with his 142 hits including 17 doubles, three triples and four homers ... 2010: batted .287 with his 56 hits including six doubles and two homers ... was second on team in hits and RBI (27), and tied for third in runs scored (27) ... established career-bests in batting average, on base percentage (.347), slugging percentage (.349), hits, runs and RBI ... made only eight errors while starting all 46 games at third ... .279 average with runners in scoring position ... 17 multi-hit games ranked second on the team ... finished season with four RBI against Tufts May 4 ... named Northeast-10 Player of the Week Apr. 19 after hitting .348 with eight RBI and five runs scored in a 5-0 week ... ranked third in NE-10 in percentage reached as leadoff hitter, and was 4th in conference in at bats per game ... 2009: was fourth on the team in hitting (.271) and fifth in on base percentage (.333) ... started 49 of the team’s 50 games at 3B ... boosted his average 32 points over his freshman season ... struggled early defensively, but made only 12 errors over final 44 games, and just three in the final 18 ... had 15 multi-hit games, including four against Southern Connecticut Apr. 28 ... hit .309 in 21 April games ... hit .306 with runners on base and two out ... 2008: appeared in 45 games with 40 starts (all but four at third base) ... hit .239 with his 37 hits including four doubles, one triple and two homers ... scored 23 runs and had 18 RBI ... was at his best in home games, hitting .274 at DeFelice Field ... that was also his batting average with runners on base ... had 10 multi-hit games, including three with three (Mar. 22 vs. Bryant, Apr. 23 vs. Tufts, Apr. 26 against Saint Rose) ... drove in three runs against Pace Apr. 10 and Assumption Apr. 22 ... Personal: 2007 graduate of Lexington High School where he earned ten varsity letters (four in baseball, three in basketball and football) ... in baseball, was a four-year starter, three-time league all-star and two-time captain ... helped Lexington to the league championship in 2006 ... was a three-year starter in both football (quarterback, safety) and basketball, and a team captain in both as a senior ... helped the basketball team to three league titles and an 89-10 record ... was a two-time league all-star and the team MVP in football ... brother Doug was drafted by the Cincinnati Reds ... is majoring in corporate finance and accounting, with a computer information systems minor ... age as of Mar. 1: 22.