2003: Appeared in eight games, starting four ... Posted a 2-2 record with a 6.41 earned run average ... Picked up his first win in two years against Pace (4/22), throwing five innings, allowing no runs on four hits with a career-high 10 strikeouts ... Allowed two runs on three hits, striking out five batters, in a 9-3 win over New York Tech (5/6).
2002: Missed the season after shoulder surgery.
2001: Enjoyed an outstanding sophomore campaign, posting a 5-2 record with a 3.32 earned run average ... Tied for the team lead in wins, was fourth in earned run average, third on the team in strikeouts and second with four complete games ... Ranked seventh in the BIG EAST with a 2.98 earned average in conference games ... Took a no-decision in his first outing of the season, going 6.1 innings, allowing no runs on two hits with seven strikeouts against the College of Charleston (2/18/01) ... Had two shutouts in conference action, throwing a three-hitter at Virginia Tech (3/23/01) and yielding six hits in seven innings against West Virginia (4/12/01) ... Threw a season-high 8.1 innings in a no-decision against Seton Hall, allowing four runs on three hits.
2000: Orsogna posted a 2-1 record and a 7.03 ERA in 24.1 innings of work in his first season with the Red Storm ... He had 12 appearances and one start ... His only start of the season came against St. Peter's (5/8/2000), where he allowed three earned runs on four hits while striking out six in 5.2 innings pitched. His six strikeouts in that game were a career high.
At Bishop Feehan High School: Orsogna finished his scholastic career with a .457 batting average, the highest in school history ... As a senior, he batted .457 and was named first-team all-conference ... During his junior year, Orsogna led the conference with a 1.58 earned run average and strikeouts, with 92 in 64 innings ... Bishop Feehan played for the state title at Fenway Park in Boston, with Orsogna batting .412 during the tournament ... In addition, his American Legion team was the state championship.
Personal: Born on August 22, 1980 ... Son of Eugene and Nancy Orsogna ... Has two sisters, Lisa (25) and Dawn (24) ... Majoring in business management ... Lists playing in the state high school Championship at Boston's Fenway Park as the most thrilling moment in his athletic career ... Lists his father as the most influential person in his athletic career ... Selected St. John's over Boston College, Seton Hall and Providence.