2012 (RJunior): Figliolia made an immediate impact on the Tars roster after sitting out last season due to injury...Figliolia notched the Tars' fourth-best batting average hitting .303 on the season in 40 contests...posted the third-best on base percentage (.396) and ranked fifth in runs scored (24) while tying for second in walks drawn with 21...went 3-for-3 with two runs and an RBI against Bentley (2/16)...was a home run shy of hitting for the cycle against Saint Anselm (2/26) as he went 3-for-4 with a double, triple, run scored and an RBI...against Eckerd (4/6) went 3-for-4 with two runs and two RBI...tallied 13 multi-hit and two multi-RBI games while holding the team's longest reached base streak with 22 consecutive games...also saw time in the Tars starting rotation making 10 starts in 14 appearances...finished his junior campaign with a 6-3 record in 79.0 innings pitched...his six wins ranked 190th in the country and was ranked 134th in hits allowed per nine innings (7.86)...pitched the Tars' only complete game in a 2-1 victory over No. 6 Grand Valley State; gave up one earned run on six hits...tabbed SSC Pitcher of the Week for his performance against GVSU and was then named NCBWA South Region Pitcher of the Week...held opponents to a .235 batting average, which was second best on the team and fifth-best in the SSC...recorded 44 strikeouts on the season and earned one save against Bentley (2/18)...did not allow a walk in his first six appearances and held a perfect 0.00 ERA through four appearances...recorded a season-high six strikeouts against Barry (4/14) in 9.0 innings of work.
2011 (Junior): Red-shirted junior campaign.
Prior to Rollins (State College of Florida-Manatee): Played two seasons with SCF, Manatee-Sarasota...in his last season, Figliolia appeared in 46 games and hit .310 for the season...stole four bases out of six attempts...collected 53 hits (four doubles, one triple), 40 runs, and drove in 21 runs in 171 at-bats...drew 31 walks for a .422 on-base percentage...registered a .936 fielding percentage.
High School: Played for Winter Springs High School...helped lead the Wildcats to a regional appearance during his freshman and junior seasons...in his first varsity appearance as a freshman, Figliolia threw a perfect game and also threw a no-hitter in district...played for three club teams during his prep career - Scorpions, Black Racers, and Team Orlando...member of the 13U National Champions team.
Personal: Born Anthony Beau Figliolia, March 23, 1990 in Winter Springs, Fla. to Sissy and Bo Figliolia...one sister Gina (18)...majoring in environmental studies.