2013 Started in 35 of the 39 games played all in the outfield during his sophomore season … Combined for 86 putouts and four assists to finish as one of the Beacons top outfielders … At the plate he combined for 28 hits, 13 RBI, 19 runs scored, four doubles, one triple, and two home runs … Had a career day in the outfield as he totaled eight putouts against Eastern Connecticut State University on April 13 … Recorded two hits in a single game four times … Drove in two runs on March 14 against Greenville College (Ill.) and against TCNJ on March 16 … Recorded his only triple of the season on March 15 in game two of a non-conference doubleheader with St. Joseph’s College (Maine) … Also recorded his second home run of the year in the win as well … Cleared the bases with his first home run of the season on March 14 against Greenville … Notched his first double of the season against Rowan University on March 17 … Recorded at-least one hit in the first five games of the season.
2012 Carved out a starting spot as the team’s everyday right fielder, making 34 starts in 35 appearances as a freshman … Totaled 43 hits, 23 runs and 21 RBI … Belted eight extra-base hits, including three home runs, good for second best on the team … Finished the year with a .260 batting average, .322 on-base percentage and .366 slugging percentage … Ended the year with a perfect fielding percentage, making 57 putouts and zero errors … Successfully swiped six stolen bases in seven tries … Recorded an eight-game hitting streak in which he hit .393 … Scored the game-winning run and finished 2-for-4 with two runs March 10 in the Beacons season-opener against FDU-Florham … Belted a grand slam for his first career home run and finished with a career-high four RBI March 12 against Becker College … Recorded a career-high three hits and added two runs and two RBI at Framingham State April 3 … Notched two hits in three straight games April 14-April 18 and added four runs and three RBI in the stretch … Bashed a home run in his first collegiate playoff game May 9 against Keene State College in the Little East Conference Tournament … Spent the summer playing with Grossman Marketing of the Boston City League.
PERSONAL/HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Marshfield High School in 2011, where he was a three-sport athlete (football, basketball, baseball) ... Named a two-time Atlantic Coast League All-Star and All-Scholastic Eastern Massachusetts All-Star ... Broke the career batting average record at Marshfield High School with a .540 career average ... Earned three varsity letters in football, basketball, and baseball ... Helped the baseball team to a league championship in 2010 ... Also won a league championship with the football team ... Named to the honor roll ... Born on October 24, 1992 ... Son of Mark and Yvonne LaPaglia ... Has two brothers, Ryan and James ... Majoring in exercise and health science.