23 - Tyler Stampone
Tyler Stampone
Height: 6-3
Weight: 195
Year: Senior
Hometown: Meadowbrook, Pa.
High School: Germantown Academy
Position: INF
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2006: Became the first Crusader in the program's history to be named the Patriot League Rookie of the Year...received the Ron Soucie Award presented annually to the team's Rookie of the Year...earned a spot on the All-Patriot League second team...named the Patriot League Rookie of the Week twice (3/13 & 4/11)...started 32 of the 35 games he played in at third base...posted a .285 batting average with a home run and 16 runs batted in...totaled five doubles and 16 runs scored, with a .348 on-base percentage...went 2-for-2 with a three-run homer and three runs scored in the 11-6 win over Bowling Green (3/9)...had a RBI single going 3-for-4 with a run scored in the 4-0 victory over Yale (3/10)...went 3-for-5 with a RBI double and one run scored at Boston College (3/29)...had a single, a two-run double and a one-run triple with three RBI and one run scored in the 17-5 win at Lehigh (4/10). HIGH SCHOOL: Three-sport athlete (football, hockey, baseball) at Germantown Academy...First Team all-league in football (2003, 2004)...First Team all-city (Philadelphia) in football (2003, 2004)...First Team all-state Class AA in football (2004)...Holds the Germantown Academy record for interceptions (20)...Led football team to the Inter-Academic League Championship (2003, 2004)...Team captain of the football and hockey teams as a senior...First Team all-area in hockey (2002, 2003, 2004, 2005)...Led hockey team to the league championship (2002, 2003, 2005)...All-League honorable mention in baseball (2003, 2004)...First Team all-league in baseball (2005)...First Team all-area in baseball (2005)...First Team all-city (Philadelphia) in baseball (2005)...Honorable mention All-Southeastern Pa. (2005)...Led team to the league baseball championship (2003, 2004)...Member of the 2004 Pennsylvania Independent Schools State Baseball Championship team...Helped Germantown Academy to a #6 national ranking in Collegiate Baseball Magazine in 2004 (32-2 overall).