Josh DiScipio, born February 14, 1982 … Voted BC baseball Rookie of the Year in the fall of 200l … played for the South Troy Dodgers in the 2000 Connie Mack summer league.
AS A FRESHMAN: Hit .250 in 40 at bats for six RBIs ... started 12 games in 26 appearances ... powered a sacrifice fly vs. Rutgers (April 21) ... his sacrifice bunt plated Mendoza in BC’s 6-2 loss to St. John’s (April 8) ... had a five-game hitting streak from March 10-29 ... fought off a two-out, full count with seven foul balls before launching a bases-loaded, three-run double - including the game-winning run - to give BC the 7-3 edge vs. GU (March 25) ... pushed across one run in the BC/Red Sox game.
BEFORE BC: Received all-state honors in baseball as well as two gold medals in the Empire State Games … earned all-area three years and was the runner-up in the Connie Mack World Series where he was awarded the Golden Glove.
PERSONAL: Enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences … a fine student-athlete, Josh is a member of the National Honor Society … at CBA, was all-area first team in football and twice-named team MVP … Josh is the eldest child of John and Johnna’s two children.
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