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4 Nick Camastro

2013: All-MAAC first team honoree for the second consecutive season ... Senior CLASS semifinalist ... led team with 15 stolen bases ... led team with 13 doubles ... tied for team best with 33 runs scored ... started all 52 games at second base ... went 3-for-5 with two RBI on March 16 at Seton Hall ... drove in three runs in game two at Iona on March 23 ... had three hits in five at-bats with two doubles at Hofstra on April 2 ... had three hits in four trips with two stolen bases vs. Hofstra on April 16 ... went 4-for-4 with a walk on April 24 vs. Albany.

2012: All-MAAC First Team selection and named to MAAC Academic Honor Roll... started all 59 appearances, all batting in the top-3 of the lineup... named to the 2012 MAAC All-Tournament Team after batting .476 in five starts... led Manhattan and was fifth in the MAAC with a .435 on-base percentage... finished fifth in the MAAC with 66 hits and was fourth in the league with 16 doubles... finished 16th in the nation being hit by 23 pitches... led the conference with 267 plate appearances... ranked in the top-3 on the team in batting average (.314), slugging percentage (.400), runs scored (38), RBI (28), total bases (84), walks (24), stolen bases (20), sacrifice bunts (7) and sacrifice flies (3)... held a season-high 23-game reached base streak... recorded a team-best 12-game hit streak from April 27 - May 17... registered 14 multi-hit games, including a five hit performance in a victory at Florida Atlantic (2/25)... delivered seven multi-RBI efforts... stole a season-high three bases in a win at Rider (4/15)... named MAAC Player of the Week on Feb. 28 after batting .529 with four RBI in the season opening series at Florida Atlantic... hit .310 with 13 RBI, nine doubles and nine steals starting in all 24 MAAC contests... finished fourth scoring 17 runs in league contests... hit a team-best .471 with two outs... had 13 RBI with two outs... hit .636 (7-for-11) and had two RBI in the two game MAAC Championship round against Canisius (5/26, 5/27)... blasted a lead off triple and then scored the game winning run in the bottom of the 10th inning of the Jaspers 3-2 victory over Canisius (5/26) to force game seven of the MAAC Tournament... committed only 10 errors playing the middle infield... started all 163 appearances in his first three seasons.

2011: Named to the All-MAAC Second Team and MAAC All-Academic Team... started all 53 games and hit .304 with 23 RBI... finished fifth on the team with a .417 on-base percentage... was fourth on the team with 32 runs and 18 walks... led the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference with 15 sacrifice bunts... hit .625 (5-8) with two RBI in two NCAA Tournament games against Florida (6/3) and Jacksonville (6/4)... held a season-high 26 game reached base streak, which was the second longest streak on the team... registered 12 multi-hit games, including a career-high four hit performance at Western Carolina (2/27)... logged seven multiple RBI contests, including a season-high three RBI in a 9-7 victory at Niagara (5/7)... held a season high six game hit streak from April 13 - 20... ranked third in the MAAC being hit by pitch 17 times... finished with 51 hits, six doubles, eight stolen bases and 59 total bases... committed only three errors in 22 conference starts at shortstop.

2010: Started all 51 games at shortstop... hit .302 with 23 RBI and 40 runs scored...recorded 49 hits, including six doubles and two triples... hit first career home run, which was a grand slam, helping Manhattan to a win over Iona (5/15) at Van Cortlandt Park... registered a .401 on-base percentage... posted 10 multi-hit games, recording a career-high four hits in a win over Niagara (5/1) and at Canisius (5/8)... tallied four multi-RBI performances... hit .329 and knocked in 10 runs in 24 MAAC starts...stole five bases... was one of two Jaspers to start all 51 games... made collegiate debut at #10 Miami on Feb. 26...recorded first career hit, run and RBI in a 12-7 victory over #10 Miami (2/28).

BEFORE MANHATTAN:  Three year starting shortstop at Arlington High School... helped guide the Admirals to the 2007 & 2009 league championship... helped Arlington advance to the Section I Finals in 2009... named All-Section I and All-State as a senior... was a member of the Hudson Valley Team which won the gold medal at the 2008 Empire State Games... played four years under head coach Bob Fletcher on the Taconic Rangers travel baseball team... member of the Student Athletic Council at Arlington and the National Honor Society.

PERSONAL: Majoring in exercise science with a minor in business... the son of Robert and Laurie Camastro... has two brothers, Chris and Robert.

Position: Infielder
Height: 5'11"
Weight: 170
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Lagrangeville, N.Y.
High School: Arlington
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