2004: Led the team in batting despite missing 29 games with an injury ... Batted .371 (41-for-110) in 31 games ... Was leading the team and among the leaders in the BIG EAST with a .420 average (20-for-51) at the time of his injury ... Overall, finished fifth on the team with 30 runs scored ... Hit 10 doubles, three home runs and was eighth on the team with 25 RBI ... Appeared in six conference games, batting .333 (8-for-24) with two doubles, two home runs and nine RBI ... Closed the 2004 season out with an eight-game hit streak, batting .438 during that span with seven runs scored, nine RBI and four doubles ... Batted .583 (7-for-12) during the NCAA Tournament ... Had seven multi-hit games during the first 15 games of the season ... Finished the season with 14 multi-hit games
2003: A starter in the outfield his freshman season ... Appeared in 50 game, starting 44 ... Eighth on the team in batting with a .287 average (47-for-164) ... Hit seven doubles, four triples, four home runs and drove in 27 runs ... Tied for third on the team in home runs and fourth on the team in RBI ... Stole six bases ... Had 10 multi-hit games and tied for the team lead with eight multi-RBI games ... Had two hits seven times and three hits three times ... Drove in two runs five times and three runs on three occasions ... Had a season-high nine game hit streak during which he batted .375 (9-for-24), with seven runs scored, eight RBI and two home runs ... Hit two solo home runs in a 13-0 win over Boston College (5/10) ... Also made four appearances on the mound, posting a 2-1 record with a 5.73 earned run average ... Threw 11.0 innings, allowing seven runs on nine hits, with 10 walks and 13 strikeouts ... Threw three innings of scoreless relief for his first collegiate win, a 12-2 decision over FDU (3/12) ... Allowed two runs on five hits in four innings during an 11-3 win over Fairfield (3/19).
At Island Trees: Batted .520, with 11 home runs, 33 runs batted in, and was 25-for-25 in stolen base attempts as a senior. Led Nassau County in home runs (11) as a senior, and led the county in batting average (.586) and RBI (56) during his sophomore year. Earned all-state honors as a sophomore, junior and senior, and was named All-Long Island as a junior and senior. Helped lead Levittown to the county title as a junior and to conference championships his final three years.
Personal: Born on June 13, 1984 in Levittown ... The son of Robert and Barbara Thomson ... Has one brother, Sean ... ... Lists his family as most influential in his athletic career ... Most thrilling moment of his athletic career came in winning the Nassau County Championships ... Won the Nassau County Diamond Award for position players ... Undeclared.