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Height: 5'10"
Weight: 185
Year: Senior
Hometown: New Providence, N.J.
High School: New Providence


Career Stats

Tied for fourth-most walks in a season in program history (41 in 2016)

2016 Saint Joseph's Most Improved Player

2017: Made 32 starts in 34 appearances...Tied for third on the squad with a .375 on-base percentage...Hit safely in five straight games against Bryant, Villanova, and Davidson...Notched three-hit games against Yale on March 11 and at Rider on April 26...Also scored twice and drove in two runs in each of those games...Reached base safely in his final 11 appearances on the season.

2016: Appeared in all but one game and took over primary starting duties at third base early in the season...Spent most of the year as the Hawks' leadoff hitter...Led the Atlantic 10 in walks...Tied for the team lead in stolen bases...Ranked second on the team in batting average, hits, and on-base percentage...Tied for second on the squad in runs scored...Notched 18 multi-hit games...Drove in three runs in the win over Utah Valley on February 28...Stole a pair of bases at Monmouth on April 13...Went 3-for-4 with two runs scored and three runs batted in as the Hawks topped Monmouth on May 11...Reached base safely in the final 13 games of the season.

2015: Made 16 appearances and seven starts…Recorded five runs batted in and scored three more…Drove in a pair at USC Upstate on February 28.

High School: Named First Team All-Conference in each of his four seasons...As a senior, tied the school record for hits en route to Second Team All-State honors...He was also selected to play in the Diamond Nation Senior All-Star Game...First Team All-State and All-County as a junior...Played in the Diamond Nation Underclassman All-Star Game as well as the Union County vs. Essex County All-Star Game...Named Third Team All-State and All-County as a sophomore...Twice named New Providence's Team MVP...Also lettered in winter track.

Personal: Son of Roxanne and Robert Giacalone...Uncle, Tony Siragusa, played 12 seasons in the NFL, winning Super Bowl XXXV with the Baltimore Ravens in 2001...Majoring in accounting.

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