2012: Played in 50 games and made 38 starts in the
outfield … Had a .242 batting average with 29 hits …
Scored 19 runs on the year, in addition to posting four doubles,
one triple and 11 RBIs … Stole six bases in 10 attempts
… Had nine multi-hit games, including a trio of three-hit
contests against Texas A&M (2/24), Bucknell (4/1) and Army
(4/29) … Went 3-for-4 with a run scored and a double in his
first collegiate game at Texas A&M (2/24) … Was 2-for-4
with two runs scored, an RBI and a pair of stolen bases against
Albany (3/17) … Made only two errors in 75 opportunities for
a .973 fielding percentage … Also had two outfield assists
… Named to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
HIGH SCHOOL: Played three seasons of varsity baseball as a centerfielder for head coach Tim Penprase at Oaks Christian H.S. ... Named team MVP as a senior … Named first team All-Tri Valley League as a junior and League MVP as a senior … Named a National Christian School Athletic Association All-American as a senior, in addition to being the Ventura County Baseball Coaches Association Player of the Year … Team won the conference championship in his junior and senior years … Batted .419 in his career with 103 hits, 101 runs scored and 62 stolen bases … Holds high school single-season and career records for hits, runs scored and stolen bases ... Member of 2004 Little League World Series national champion team … Represented Team USA in the 2005 Goodwill Series held in Beijing … Played club baseball for the Chicago White Sox Scout Team.
PERSONAL: Son of Kevin and Bonnie Ocello … Has not yet declared a major.
Ocello's Career Statistics