• Biography - Dave Ciocchi/ Baseball    
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   Class   Junior
   Position   1B
 Height / Weight   5-10 / 195
   Hometown   Hopewell Junction, N.Y.
   High School   John Jay East Fishkill

As a Sophomore (2010):
Only player to start all 51 games
Hit .366 with seven home runs and 57 RBI
Hit .418 in conference play with team-high 33 RBI in 24 games
First team America East all-conference selection at first base
Stole 8-of-9 bases
Second on team and in America East with 57 runs scored
Third on team with 115 total bases
Had 22 multiple-hit games, including pair of four-hit games
Recorded 17 multiple-RBI games
Drove in career-high six runs in first game of twinbill vs. Hartford on May 2 (4-for-6, 6 RBI)
Belted three-run home run and drove in four in win over Lehigh on March 21
Fifth in America East in batting average
Third in America East in RBI
Most doubles in a game in America East (3 vs. UMBC on May 15)
Struck out only 17 times in 202 at-bats
Committed just two errors in 193 chances in the field (.990)
Hit .451 (41-for-91) over final 23 games of season

As a Freshman (2009):
Led team and ranked third in conference with .381 average
Had 56 hits with 33 runs and 41 RBI
Posted a .565 slugging percentage
Second team America East All-Conference first baseman
Named America East Rookie of the Year
Named to the Ping! Baseball All-Freshman team
Honored as a Lousiville Slugger Freshman All-American
Also named to the 2009 NCAA Baseball Regional All-Tournament team after hitting .429 with eight RBI in the three games
Went 3-for-4 with five RBI in final game against East Carolina
Hit .385 with one home run at America East Championship
Batted team-best .455 with 27 RBI in 20 conference games
Had 18 multi-hit games and 12 multi-RBI games
Ended season on 10-game hit streak

In High School:
Four year letterwinner at John Jay High School
Took home All-League, All-Dutchess County and All-Section honors three times each
Finished four year career with 109 hits, 14 home runs and 93 RBIs
Batted .420 with 7 home runs and 39 RBIs senior year
Co-Captain who led the Patriots to the 2006 1AA League C Championship senior year
Two-time Poughkeepsie Journal First Team All-Star

Parents are Dave and Catherine Ciocchi
Majoring in management