Ten Stony Brook baseball players active in Major/Minor League Baseball.
2010: Named to All-America East first team at third base ... named the recipient of the America East 2010 Male Sportsmanship Award ... only player to start all 57 games ... led the America East with 19 doubles ... ranked second with 78 hits ... first on the team with 26 multi-hit games ... hit .341 with 39 RBI and 44 runs scored ... made just three errors in 166 chances ... went 6-for-12 in three-game series at Pepperdine (3/26-3/28) ... had three hits and three RBI at San Diego State (3/30) ... went 4-for-6 with four runs scored and six RBI against UMBC (4/18) ... had three hits and five RBI against Fairfield (4/28).
2009: Started all 22 games he appeared in ... injured in March 21 game against LeMoyne ... returned for May 2 doubleheader against Rider ... recorded a hit in first six games back from injury ... homered in 2-0 win over Marist (5/6) ... went 2-for-3 with career-high four RBI in win over Maine (5/16) ... tallied three hits in four at-bats in game two against Maine (5/16) ... went 2-for-4 with an RBI in America East tournament against Vermont (5/22).
2008: Appeared in 45 games, starting 37 ... named to America East All-Rookie team ... third on team with .319 average ... started final 30 games of the season at third base ... hit .327 over that span with 18 RBI and team-high 12 doubles ... hit team-best .571 (4-for-7) with three runs scored in two games at NCAA Tempe Regional ... recorded first collegiate hit as pinch-hitter against Charlotte (3/15) ... went 4-for-4 with five RBI and three runs scored in victory over Vermont (4/20) ... had three hits and three RBI in victory over Maine (4/26) ... went 2-for-4 with two RBI in win over UMBC in America East Tournament (5/22) ... had two hits and three runs scored against #3 Arizona State (5/30).
High School: Played four years of varsity baseball for Centereach High School ... a two-time all-league selection ... earned all-county honors including a gold glove selection at shortstop as a senior while hitting .371 with 16 RBI ... team MVP as a senior ... hit .360 with 15 RBI as a junior.
Personal: Stephen Anthony Marino ... born October 2, 1989 in Babylon, N.Y. ... son of Janice and Anthony Marino ... Favorite Sports team: New York Yankees ...Favorite movie: Remember the Titans ... The best thing about being an athlete: The feeling you get when you do your job.