2004: One of only two players to start all 60 games for the Red Storm ... Finished fifth on the team in batting with a .322 average (76-for-236) ... His 236 at-bats set a St. John's single season record, while his 76 hits are the seventh-most in a single season ... Seventh in the BIG EAST in hits ... Led the team and was ninth in the BIG EAST with 47 runs scored ... Third on the team with 13 doubles, second on the team with six home runs and third on the team with 39 RBI ... In conference games, hit .351 (33-for-94), with four doubles, two home runs and 18 RBI ... Finished 13th in the BIG EAST in batting in conference games ... Second on the team overall with 22 multi-hit games and had eight multi-RBI games ... Had a season-high 13-game hit streak from April 25 to May 16 during which he hit .440 (22-for-50) with 15 runs scored, 13 RBI, three doubles, a triple and one home run.
Before St. John's: Earned three letters in baseball at Division Avenue ... Named to the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League All-Star Team in 2002 and 2003 ... Batted .299 in 39 games for the New York Metro Cadets during the summer or 2003 ... Earned All-State honors his junior and senior year of high school ... Captained the baseball team at Briarcliffe.
Personal: Born July 2, 1983, in Levittown, N.Y. ... The son of Pat and Grace Antoniato ... Has a sister Michele (23), who attends Nassau Community College ... Majoring in sports management ... Lists going undefeated and winning the Gold medal in the Empire State Games as his most thrilling moment in his athletic career ... Lists his father as the most influential person in his athletic career ... Also recruited by Lamar, Manhattan, Stony Brook and Dowling.