GENERAL: An All-MAAC performer... rangy outfielder... hits for both power and average... has a strong, accurate arm... ranks among the top players in the conference.
2010: First Team All-MAAC honoree... started all 49 appearances...led Manhattan and finished third in the MAAC with a .391 batting average... yielded only eight strikeouts in 202 at-bats... recorded 79 hits, becoming the first player in program history to record two 70+ hit seasons... went over the 200-career hit plateau, just the ninth player in Manhattan baseball history to do so... led the Jaspers with 19 doubles, 14 stolen bases, and was second with 59 runs scored... blasted seven home runs and registered 51 RBI... logged a .454 on-base percentage and .589 slugging percentage... topped Manhattan with 27 multi-hit games and tallied a season-high four hits on three occasions... had 15 multi-RBI efforts, including a career-high four RBI in a victory over Iona (5/15)... hit .380 in MAAC games with 25 RBI and nine stolen bases... named to the MAAC All-Tournament Team after smashing two home runs and recording four RBI in three postseason starts... blasted the biggest home run of his career to spark a ninth inning comeback victory against Marist (5/27) in the MAAC Tournament... New England Collegiate Baseball League All-Star, playing summer ball for the Keane Swamp Bats.
2009: Named to All-MAAC Second Team... Preseason All-MAAC selection... started in all 53 games and finished fourth in the MAAC with 64 runs... fifth on the team with .351 (78-222) batting average... drove in 54 RBI, blasted five home runs, had 16 doubles and one triple... led the conference being hit with 21 pitches, ranked third in total plate appearances (268) and fourth in at bats (222)... finished second on the team with 14 stolen bases... posted a .960 fielding percentage... named MAAC Player of the Week twice (3/10, 5/11) and was the only repeat winner of the honor... had 22 multi-hit games, including a career-high five hit performance at Iona (5/15)... registered 12 multi-RBI contests, including four career-high four RBI games versus Delaware (3/7), Sacred Heart (4/14), Rider (5/9) and Iona (5/16)... tallied an eight game hit streak during the regular-season... hit .400 (38-95) and posted 20 RBI in 24 MAAC contests... recorded a .444 on-base percentage and tied for fourth in the league with five sacrifice flies... played summer ball with the Keane Swamp Bats of the New England Collegiate Baseball League (NECBL)... started all 33 appearances for Keane and drove in 12 RBI... hit .266, scored 19 runs, and posted 33 hits, including six doubles... went 9-for-11 in stolen base opportunities.
2008: Selected to All-MAAC Second Team... started all 50 appearances in the outfield... ranked third on the squad with .337 batting average... tied for second in the MAAC with 54 runs scored... led Manhattan with 100 total bases... ranked second on the team with 63 hits, 14 doubles and seven homeruns... logged a .535 slugging percentage and .447 on-base percentage... stole 10 bases... second on the team with .990 fielding percentage... finished with 16 multi-hit and six multi-RBI games... held a 15 game hit streak from April into May, his longest of the season... finished year on a five game hit streak... recorded five three hit ball games... committed just one error... posted a team-high three doubles in a win at VCU (3/15)... hit .321, blasted four home runs and drove in 12 RBI in MAAC contests... played summer ball with the Amsterdam Mohawks of the New York Collegiate Baseball League (NYCBL)... named NYCBL Player of the Year... led NYCBL in runs scored (38) and RBI (32), while ranking second with 20 stolen bases, seven home runs and 77 total bases... bat .309, posted 46 hits, including 10 doubles, boasted .517 slugging percentage and .400 on-base percentage... recorded 16 multi-hit and 12 multi-RBI games in 36 contests with Amsterdam.
BEFORE MANHATTAN: Lettered at Herricks High School... named All-County as a freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior... received All-State honors following junior and senior campaigns... helped guide squad to conference championship as a sophomore... led Herricks in batting average, RBI, and home runs all four years... invited to participate in the Exceptional Senior Game as well as the H.I.P. Grand Slam Challenge Nassau vs. Suffolk County Game... won back-to-back national championships playing for the Bayside Yankees.
PERSONAL: Majoring in business... the son of Patricia and Enzo Onorati... has two sisters, Stephanie and Theresa.