|High School:||Northwest Catholic|
2016: All-MAAC Second Team…MAAC Player of the Week (5/24)…Was the team’s most consistent clutch hitter during the 2016 season, leading the team with a .361 batting average with runners in scoring position…Earned his first career Player of the Week award after hitting .800 (4-for-5) with RISP including an eventual game-winning home run against UMASS (5/17), and tying the regular season finale on two different occasions against Quinnipiac (5/20)…Recorded four-straight multi-hit games while hitting .529 (9-for-17) in that stretch…Hit .329 in MAAC games…Also led the team with a .600 batting average with the bases loaded (6-for-10)...Defensively, he set the program single season record with 495 putouts and 532 chances in his first season as a full-time first baseman.
2015: Became an important piece of the future for the Stags, especially on the offensive front…Had a stretch where he was one of the hottest hitters in the conference with seven multi-hit games in the span of 11 outings…Hit .450 (18-40) during that span with five runs scored and five RBI…Had the best game of his young career against Sacred Heart, knocking a career-high four hits in his four at-bats and reached base five times (4/22)…Sprinted for his only triple of the year against the Pioneers…Opened up MAAC play with a three hit showing against Manhattan, also driving in two runs (3/21).
Summer League: Played for the Denver Cougars of the Rocky Mountain Baseball League during Summer 2014.
2014: Appeared in 27 games with 12 starts … Hit .265 with 13 hits and eight RBIs … Also drew seven walks … Went 2-for-4 in MAAC Championship contest against Canisius … Drove in a run in MAAC Championship win over Siena … Went 2-for-2 with two RBIs and a run scored in win over Quinnipiac … Had a pinch-hit RBI single at Siena … Drove in the game-tying run in win at Northeastern and finished the game 1-for-2 … Made first start as a designated hitter at Delaware … Made collegiate debut at Richmond, going 1-for-1 with a double.
High School: Earned four varsity letters at Northwest Catholic ... Hit .455 while sporting a 1.20 ERA and a 6-1 record on the hill en route to CHSCA All-State honors as a senior captain ... Two-time All-CCC selection ... Went 20-6 overall in four seasons as a pitcher ... Helped the Indians to a 2010 State Championship ... Also lettered all four years in football, earning All-Conference honors twice, and earned one letter in basketball.
Personal: Son of Mike and Jean Crispino ... Has one sibling ... Major is communication.