Joe DeRoche-Duffin and Vinny Siena combined for 10 RBIs in the win
Head Coach Jim Penders announced the captains after a team vote
Huskies honor members of the 2013 squad before an exhibtion with program alumni
Chris Jones Of WHUS Radio takes us through the journey of the 2013 Huskies.
Melly Named to All-Regional Team
UConn vs Virginia Tech NCAA Baseball Game 2
UConn vs Oklahoma NCAA Baseball
UConn vs Virginia Tech NCAA Baseball
Baseball Day 2 in Backsburg VA
BIG East Baseball Championship
2013 Season: Received the Jack Kaiser Award for being the Most Outstanding Player in the 2013 BIG EAST Championship... Named as Team Captain for the second straight year... One of three Connecticut players to start in all 63 games this season... Registered a .286 batting average in 262 at-bats... Finished the season with 27 steals in 38 attempts, giving him the all-time Connecticut record with 100 career thefts... Finished his career with 288 career hits, which puts him third all-time at UConn... Blasted his second career home run against Ohio State in a 4-5 performance of 3/01... Recorded 24 multi-hit games, including five in postseason action... Ended the season with a .988 fielding percentage with 166 putouts and four assists... Hit a pair of doubles and drove in four runs against Holy Cross on 5/01.
2012 SEASON: All-BIG EAST First Team...honored as the BIG EAST Player of the Week (4/2)...selected as a NEIBA All-Star...appeared and started in 56 games...earned a .319 batting average in 238 at-bats...recorded 76 hits, 43 runs, and 31 runs batted in...led the team in stolen bases with 24 in 29 attempts...homered and stole two bases in a win at West Virginia (3/25)...had a nine-game hit streak from March 11-27...collected nine hits, including three doubles, in 12 at-bats and scored four runs in a home series against Seton Hall (3/30-4/1)...went 4-for-6 with three runs scored at St. John's (4/15)...went 4-for-6 with three runs batted in and a double at Fairfield (4/17)...went 3-for-6 with two doubles vs. Cincinnati (5/6). 2012 SUMMER: Played a second summer with the Falmouth Commodores (CCBL)...scored 22 runs, drove in eight and stole 15 bases, while hitting two home runs.
2011 SEASON: Played in 63 games and started 55...recorded 56 hits and 24 runs batted in through 197 at-bats...recorded three triples...stole 16 bases in 19 attempts...had a .357 on base percentage and a .320 slugging percentage...went 2-for-4 with three runs batted in vs. Michigan at the BIG EAST/Big Ten Challenge (2/20)...went 3-for-4 with two runs batted in vs. Sacred Heart (6/4). 2011 SUMMER: Batted .272 in 30 games for the Falmouth Commodores of the Cape Cod Baseball League...scored 17 runs, while driving in seven and stealing six bases.
2010 SEASON: Led the Huskies with seven sacrifice bunts on the year...stole 33 bases in 39 attempts...batted .363 with 81 hits, 57 runs scored and 30 RBI...registered 105 putouts with a .966 fielding percentage...hit a team-best five triples... went 4-for-4 with two runs against Rhode Island (4/21)...hit three doubles in UConn's 11-7 win at Pittsburgh (5/1)...went 3-for-4 with three RBI against Pittsburgh in BIG EAST Baseball Championship play (5/28). 2010 SEASON: Played for the North Fork Ospreys in the Hamptons Division of the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League... was an East All-Star... named MVP of the ACBL All-Star Game...led his team and was third in the league with a .373 batting average... tallied 47 hits, 32 runs, 21 walks and 15 RBI in 31 games played... stole 17 bases in 20 attempts.
2009 SEASON: Redshirted season.
HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year varsity letter winner at Nashua South... New Hampshire Gatorade Player of the Year in football as a senior...led team to the State Championship in baseball as a freshman... earned Second Team All-State honors his senior and sophomore years... also lettered in football and basketball... an All-State defensive back and quarterback in football... earned the Male Scholar Athlete Award his senior year... a honor roll student throughout high school.
PERSONAL: A psychology major ... born February 24, 1989.