RC Baseball BIO
24 Brian Lattanzi

2013 (RSenior): In his final season at Rollins, Lattanzi led the team with a . 349 batting average, to go along with a .430 slugging and .415 on base percentage...led the team in RBI (34), second in hits (60) and walks drawn (18) and fourth in runs scored (27) and stolen bases (8)...ranked 62nd in the nation in sacrifice flies (62)...ranked in the top-20 in the Sunshine State Conference in multiple statistical categories, including batting average (T13), hits (T9), RBI (T16), sacrifice flies (T5) and at-bats (T18)...had the second-most mult-hit games with 17 and multi-RBI games with nine...held the team's longest hit streak with 15 consecutive games from Feb. 17-Mar. 13...against West Alabama (2/23) went 4-for-4 with a stolen base...went 2-for-3 against Felician (3/2) during Baseball Week with three runs, two RBI and two walks...went 3-for-3 with a career-best four runs, two RBI, one double and a career-best two stolen bases against Stonehill (3/4) conference play against Saint Leo (4/21) went 4-for-4 with a career-high three RBI, two doubles and one run...named to Spring Athletic Director's Honor Roll.

2012 (Senior): Lattanzi was the only Tar to appear in all 50 games this season as he batted a .296 clip...he ranked fourth on the team in runs scored (26), hits (53), on base percentage (.382) and walks (19); and was fifth in RBI (21)...split his time between the outfield, DH and occasionally at first...tied career-high six at-bats against Assumption (3/2) as he went 2-for-6 with a double, two RBI, and two runs scored...went 3-for-4 with a career-high three RBI against Flagler (4/11)...tied for 11th in the Sunshine State Conference in hit-by-pitches (6) and at-bats (179) and ranked 11th in total plate appearances with 206...posted a .335 slugging percentage while fielding a .976 in 166 chances...notched 14 multi-hit and six multi-RBI games while finishing with the longest hit streak on the team with six consecutive games...longest reached base streak was 18 consecutive games...named Rollins Baseball Outstanding Senior...named to the 2012 Spring Commissioner's Honor Roll.

2011 (Junior):  Made his debut in the Tars lineup against Bentley (2/18) and started in 27 contests of 31 played...finished the season with a .330 batting average on 34 hits and 103 at-bats...posted a career-high six at-bats against Stonehill (3/15) with a season-high two runs scored...held a six-game hit streak beginning March 15 (Stonehill) through April 6 (FIT)...collected three hits on five occasions this season, while stealing base four times...against Florida Tech (2/25), was 3-for-5 with a career-high three RBI...hit his first career home run against Florida Memorial (4/29) where he was 2-for-4 with a run scored and two RBI...recorded 10 multi-hit and three multi-RBI games.

2010 (Redshirt):  Sat out season due to an injury…provided assistance as a first base coach and held a 10-2 record as the first base coach.

Prior to Rollins:
2009 (Buffalo):
  Appeared in 15 games and started seven…hit .222 with 12 runs scored and two doubles…tallied three RBIs and drew nine walks…was 1-1 in stolen base attempts and recorded a sacrifice fly.

High School:
Two-year letterwinner while serving as captain for one year at Upper St. Clair for head coach Jerry Malarkey…named Team MVP as a senior…named to the All-Section team and was a WPIAL All-Star…won the 2008 Wheels Invitational in South Carolina by defeating teams from North and South Carolina, Georgia and Florida.

Personal: Born Brian Daniel Lattanzi March 9, 1990...son of Daniel and Linda... two sisters, Holly (27) and Emily (24)...enjoys football, hockey, golf and basketball…favorite music is rock and country…persons in history he would like to meet are Roberto Clemente, Babe Ruth and Jackie Robinson...favorite TV shows are Entourage and Sunday Night Baseball…planning to pursue a degree in economics.

Position: Utility
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 210
Year: Redshirt Senior
Hometown: Pittsburgh, Pa. (Buffalo)
High School: Upper St. Clair HS
Experience: Transfer