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5 Dan DeGeorge

At Princeton

Career: Completed Princeton career ranked fifth in games played (161), first in career at-bats (639), third in runs scored (129), fourth in hits (194), sixth in doubles (40), fourth in triples (9), eighth in extra-base hits (53), seventh in total bases (262) and assists (454).

2009: Started all 37 games in the infield, mostly playing at second base ... an honorable mention All-Ivy selection ... hit a career-high .349 with 53 hits in 152 at-bats ...drove in 21 runs ... led team with 26 runs scored ... had 16 extra-bases hits, 12 doubles, two triples and two home runs ... only held hitless in seven games ... had three hits, including two doubles, in the season opener at UNC Greensboro ... had hits, RBIs and scored runs in three of the four games at William & Mary ... had three hits and drove in three runs in a win at North Carolina A&T ... doubled, tripled and drove in two in a win at Navy ... walked and scored two runs against Rutgers ... had two htis, two RBIs and a run scored in a win over Yale ... has three hits, a homer, two RBIs and two runs scored at Monmouth ... had eight htis, two doubles, three RBIs and a homer in a doubleheader at Harvard ... singled twice against Rider ... had three hits and three runs in a series with Columbia ... had two hits and two RBIs in a win at Seton Hall ... had nine hits, three RBIs and three runs scored in a series at Penn ... had hits in four of the five games against Cornell.

2008: Started all 42 games ... an honorable mention All-Ivy selection at second base ... hit .273 with 47 hits in 172 at-bats ... tied a Princeton record for runs scored in a season with 47 ... drove in 17 runs ... had nine doubles, a triple and two home runs ... stole nine bases ... had hits in 33 of 42 games played ... opened the season with hits in nine-straight games ... had four hits, two doubles, five RBIs and scored five runs in a season-opening doubleheader sweep at Delaware ... singled and stole two bases at Richmond ... hit a solo homer at Navy ... had two hits, swiped two bases and scored the only run in a 1-0 win at Rutgers ... reached base four times with a single, triple and two walks in a win over Harvard ... scored four runs in a win at Brown ... had four hits, three RBIs and scored twice in a win at Columbia ... had three hits and scored four runs in a win at Cornell.

2007: Played in 38 games, making starts in 37 and appearing in all but one game ... saw time at shortstop and in left field ... named second-team All-Ivy at shortstop ... batted .298 with 42 hits in 141 at-bats ... drove in 13 runs and scored 26 ... had 11 doubles ... had hits in his first three games to extend his streak from the end of the 2006 season to 16 games, third-longest in Princeton basball history ... had two doubles and two RBIs in a win at Elon ... had five hits and scored three runs in Princeton’s series at UNC Greensboro ... drove in two runs at Longwood ... had hits in 10 of 11 games in the middle of the season ... had seven hits in a doubleheader split at Harvard ... hit two doubles and drove in two in a win over Columbia ... had three hits and scored three runs in sweep of Penn ... had a pair of singles and scored two runs against Rider.

2006: Appeared in 44 games, the second-highest total among all Princeton players ... became the team’s everyday shortstop and lead-off hitter early in the season ... named honorable mention All-Ivy ... batted .271 with 52 hits in 192 at-bats ... ranked fourth on the team with 52 hits ... had 20 RBIs and 12 extra-base hits, including two triples and two home runs ... hit safely in nine of his first 10 games ... had three three-hit games, one coming against Dartmouth, one at Yale and one against Harvard in the Ivy League Championship Series ... had a season-high three RBIs in a win over Penn ... homered against Dartmouth and Monmouth ... had two doubles in a win over Columbia ... ended the season with a 13-game hitting streak.

At Delbarton

Lettered three times in both baseball and soccer ... named conference most valuable player and first-team all-conference, all-county and all-state in baseball as a senior ... hit .418 with 43 hits and 29 RBIs ... batted .410 with 45 hits and 36 runs scored as a junior ... was first-team all-state in soccer as a senior.

Personal

Son of Joseph and Carol DeGeorge ... father is a member of Princeton’s Class of 1979 and played baseball ... mother attended Montclair State ... both parents are dentists ... has a younger sister Allie who is a junior at Penn ... majoring in economics ... born Feb. 19, 1987.

Career Stats

Season
GP
AVGABRH2B3BHRRBISB-ABBSO
2006
44.2711923052822204-51043
2007
38.29814126421100130-41125
2008
42.2731724747912179-131723
200937.34915226531222212-51219
Total
161.29565712919440567115-2750110

 

Position: Shortstop/Second Base
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 180
Year: Senior
Hometown: Annandale, N.J.
High School: Delbarton
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