Quick Hitters With Tim Mascia
Summer League (2005): Played for the Bourne Braves in the Cape Cod League.
As a Junior (2005): Posted a .294 average for the season and a .343 in conference play with a .427 on-base percentage...tallied a season-high four hits and four RBI against Georgia State on May 19...had four games with two stolen bases...recorded 18 multiple-hit and seven multiple-RBI games...carried an eight-game hitting streak during the season...two time A-Sun Player of the Week...for the week of Feb. 14 after he hit .538 with five RBI and .615 slugging percentage with four walks and four stolen bases...he drove in the winning run against Cincinnati on Feb. 13...against no. 25 UCF he hit .500 with five RBI to earn player-of-the-week honors on May 4...during the month of April he hit .393.
Summer League (2004): Played in the Cape Cod League for the Bourne Braves...hit .238 with five doubles and led the team with 18 walks.
As a Sophomore (2004): The first player in FAU's Division I history to finish the season with a batting average of .400 which ranked him 28th in the nation...led the team in batting average and doubles (18)...second in hits (90) and RBI (60)...A-Sun Player of the Week after the FAMU series...he hit .714 in the series with two home runs, six RBI and three runs scored...had a season-high six RBI against FAMU and Mercer...added a season-high four hits in the Mercer game...named Second-Team All-Conference after posting 23 RBI and a .350 batting average in conference play...with runners on base he held a .457 average...with the bases loaded he hit .583 (7-for-12)...and with runners in scoring position he hit .476 (40-for-84)...was named to the A-Sun All-Tournament Team as he hit .500 with six RBI and seven runs scored in four games...All-Region Team recipient...led the team with 28 multiple-hit games and had 17 multiple-RBI games...named to the All-Region team and to the FAU DoubleTree Classic All-Tournament Team.
Summer League (2003): Hit .262 playing for the Peninsula Pilots in the Coastal Plains League along with teammate Rusty Brown...finished the summer with four doubles and 11 RBI and led the team in walks (20)...played in the Coastal Plains All-Star game.
As a Freshman (2003): Made 26 starts in centerfield...the breakthrough point of his season came on March 9 against Georgia State when he hit the game-winning home run, a three-run shot, in the 10th inning for a season-high three RBI...held a batting average over .400 going into the month of May...had six multiple-hit and three multiple-RBI games and held the fourth longest hitting streak on the team after he recorded a hit in nine consecutive games...led the team with a .414 hitting percentage with runners in scoring position...named to the Atlantic Sun All-Freshmen Team and the Louisville Slugger Freshmen All-America Team.
High School: Played at Wellington High School for former FAU baseball player Scott Benedict ('88-'89) and Ed Bloom...named First-Team All-Conference, All-Area and All-State.
Personal: Health administration major...son of Lou and Sally Mascia...born April 27, 1984, in Cleveland, OH.
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