2014: Played in 24 games, making 17 starts … Batted .125 with seven RBI … Went 1-for-3 in season-opening win at South Florida (2/28) … Earned an RBI at USF in a fielder’s choice play (3/1) … Drove in a run in 9-3 victory at Kennesaw State (3/8) … Singled to drive in a run at UTSA (3/15) … Stole a base, drove in a run and was hit by a pitch in 5-4 win over Dartmouth (4/5) … Went 1-for-3 with two RBI, two walks and scored once in 7-5 toppling of Fordham (4/23) … Doubled to drive in a run in 6-0 shutout at Penn (4/25).
2013: Named to the All-Ivy League and ABCA Northeast Region second teams … Was named a semifinalist for the inaugural Gregg Olson Award, which recognizes college baseball’s breakout player of the year … Played in 42 games, making 35 starts … Tied with teammate Alex Black for the best batting average at .331 … Was second on the team with a .520 slugging percentage and five home runs … Went 2-for-2 with a double and a RBI against UCF (3/15/13) … Recorded two hits, drove in a run and scored once at Miami (3/20/13) … Hit his first home run as part of a 2-for-3, two RBI, two runs scored game against Harvard (3/30/13) … Slammed a game-tying solo homer at Yale (4/6/13) …. Legged out a triple at Brown (4/7/13) … From 4/9 – 4/26, he recorded at least one RBI in 11 of 13 games … Hit a home run in three straight games, first against Fordham (4/24/13) and then in both games of a doubleheader with Penn (4/26/13) … In the doubleheader at home against Penn, he went 4-of-7 with seven RBI, three runs score and two homers (4/26/13) … Drove in two runs with a double against Sacred Heart (5/20/13) … Was 2-for-5 with two RBI and a run scored in the NCAA tournament against Arizona State (6/2/13).
Personal: Economics major with a concentration in mathematics ... Deployed to Iraq twice and Afghanistan once as a combat medic (Corpsman) in the USMC Infantry ... son of Peter and Diane Falcone ... father played in the Major Leagues for 10 years (1975-1984) as a left-handed pitcher for the San Francisco Giants, St. Louis Cardinals, New York Mets and Atlanta Braves.