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 Josh DiScipio 5
Josh DiScipio
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Schenectady, N.Y.

High School:
Christian Brothers

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 170

Position:
Infielder

Birthdate:
02/14/1982

Bats/Throws:
Right/Right

NOTES
For the second-straight summer, as a member of the Concord Quarry Dogs, named to the NECBL First Team (2003) in addition to a spot in the All-Star game where he was named All-Star MVP ...Finished the season, hitting .316 in 38 games played.

AS A JUNIOR (2003)
Named to the BIG EAST Third Team ...Started and played 52 games ...Batted .317 with 63 hits in 199 at bats, knocking in 20 runs ...Topped the team with 63 hits (tied for ninth in BC's Record Books) ...Second among regular starters in batting average and stolen bases (13) ...Hit safely in 42 of 52 games played ...In 17 games, had two or more hits with three hits in each of four contests (St. Bonaventure, Villanova, Virginia Tech, Seton Hall) ...Batted .344 in conference competition with 25 percent of his hits (8 of 32) going for extra bases; hit safely in 22 of 24 conference games, tabbing a hit in the final 20 games vs. 2003 BIG EAST opponents ...Strung together a 24-game hitting streak from April 3 - May 11 when he batted .396 (38-for-96) with 19 runs scored ...Part of the BC double-play combination that ranked 31st nationally, averaging 1.02 double plays per game.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2002)
Played in all 53 games, starting 49 ...One of eight players to hit over .300 (.315) ...Had the second-most triples (two) and stolen bases (nine) on the team ...A consummate team player, tied for the team lead in sacrifice bunts (three) and tied for second on the club in sacrifice flies (five) ...Tallied two or more hits in 10 games ...Best game of the season came against New York Tech (5/5) when he went 5-for-6 at the plate ...Drilled a three-run home run against Virginia Tech (5/11) ...Compiled an 11-game hitting streak (3/21-4/7) ...Named to the NECBL First Team after stealing 12 bases, batting .355 and amassing tremendous numbers in both slugging percentage (.452) and on-base percentage (.343) for the Concord Quarry Dogs.

AS A FRESHMAN (2001)
Hit .250 with six RBIs in 40 at bats ... Appeared in 26 games, starting 12 ... Hit a sacrifice fly vs. Rutgers (4/21) ... His sacrifice bunt plated Jarret Mendoza in BC's 6-2 loss to St. John's (4/8) ... Had a five-game hitting streak from March 10-29 ... Fought off seven pitches with a full count and two outs before launching a bases-loaded, three-run double - including the game-winning run - to give BC a 7-3 lead vs. Georgetown (3/25) ... Pushed across a run in the game against the Boston Red Sox.

BEFORE BC
Received all-state honors in baseball as well as two gold medals in the Empire State Games ... Earned all-area honors three years and was the runner-up at the Connie Mack World Series, where he was awarded the Golden Glove.

PERSONAL
Born February 14, 1982 ...Enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences ...Member of the National Honor Society ...At CBA, was first team all-area in football and a two-time team MVP ... Josh is the elder of John and Johnna's two children.

DiSCIPIO'S CAREER STATISTICS

Year	Avg.	GP-GS	AB	R	H	2B	3B	HR	RBI	BB	SO
2001	.250	26-12	40	4	10	1	0	0	6	2	4
2002	.315	53-49	162	30	51	14	2       2       15	11	23
2003	.317	52-52	199	35	63	10	2       2       20	18	21
Totals	.309	131-113	401	69	124	25	4	4	41	31	48

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