Brian Macchi, born September 15, 1979 Played for the 2000 Canton Athletics in the Cranberry Summer League named to the league all-star team.
AS A JUNIOR: Selected to the ABCA/Rawlings All-Northeast first team as a third baseman ... named to the 2001 All-BIG EAST second team (utility) and All-New England first team (third baseman) one of three Eagles to start all 51 games ... hit a team-high .376 (seventh in the BIG EAST statistics through May 15 ) with 56 RBIs (second in the league) ... at the end of the regular season, led the conference in five categories: home runs for all games (17), home runs in league action (8), total bases for all games (134), slugging percentage for all games (.709) and slugging percentage in conference action (.685) ... totaled 19 multiple-hit games and 14 multiple-RBI games ... stroked three hits in a game seven times ... went 3-for-4 with a home run - his second in the series - in BCs 7-6 win over Notre Dame (May 13) ... had three home runs and five total RBIs in BCs 12-10 win over Maine (April 25) ... from April 1-9, Macchi hit .500 (12-for-24) with two doubles and three home runs for 12 runs batted in and a .958 slugging percentage ... homered twice in a 5-for-5 outing for nine total RBIs to lead BC past Brown 17-4 (April 5) ... posted four multiple-hit games in Florida and drove in three runs in two games (Yale, Monmouth), hit safely in six of the eight games.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Earned a spot on the BIG EAST Academic All-Star Team for the second-consecutive year started three games in 17 appearances was 13-for-29 (.448) with 12 runs batted in two of his four home runs on the season came against Georgetown (April 29); after entering the second game of the series in the sixth, Macchi went 2-for-2 with a grand slam, two-run home run and sacrifice fly for seven RBIs slammed two more home runs in late-game appearances; he hit his first homer of the season vs. Rhode Island March 22 and added another pinch-hit home run against Holy Cross, good for three runs batted in.
AS A FRESHMAN: Batted .429 in 21 at bats played in 21 games, starting two hit a two-run home run off the Boston Red Sox to give BC a 3-1 lead powered a three-run home run against Holy Cross (April 20).
BEFORE BC: Earned Mid-Wachusett A all-star honors all four seasons under Head Coach Charlie Stand . led Milford H.S. in batting in each of his four years served as captain during his senior season is the all-time hits leader at Milford H.S.
PERSONAL: Enrolled in the School of Education as an elementary education major he is a member of the National Honor Society served as captain on the basketball team his senior year Brian and his sister Jenna are the children of Theresa and Peter Macchi.
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