Freshman first baseman hits first two home runs by Villanova hitter at Citizens Bank Park
All of the runs scored in the game came in the last two innings
Junior starting pitcher struck out six in making fourth straight quality start
Freshman second baseman hit go-ahead home run in fifth inning; bullpen pitches 5 1/3 scoreless innings
Harris made fifth straight quality start, allowed one earned run in seven innings
Villanova Baseball Senior Day against Seton Hall on Saturday, May 9
Villanova defeated La Salle, 5-3, on March 26 in a game that was part of the Liberty Bell Classic.
Villanova defeated Chicago State, 8-2, on March 15, 2013.
Career: Overcame injuries during parts of his career to play in 82 games with 35 starts ... Batted .205 (32-for-156) with a .273 on-base percentage and a .256 slugging percentage ... Scored 14 runs and had 12 runs batted in to go along with three doubles, one triple and a home run ... Drew nine walks and was hit by a pitch six times ... Had 49 strikeouts ... Stole four bases in five tries, had five sacrifice bunts and a sacrifice fly ... Compiled a .926 fielding percentage with five errors in 63 chances while playing several different positions, including in both the infield and the outfield.
2015: Played in 21 games with five starts and had a successful season as a right-handed bat off the bench ... Batted .276 (8-for-29) with a .323 on-base percentage and a .345 slugging percentage ... Had two doubles, four runs scored and four runs batted in while drawing two walks and striking out five times in 34 plate appearances ... Stole two bases in as many tries and laid down three sacrifice bunts ... Collected three hits, a walk and three sacrifice bunts in pinch-hitting opportunities and was 3-for-9 overall as a pinch hitter ... Reached base safely in four of the five games he started, including having a double, two RBI and a run scored in a win over Saint Joseph's ... Also had a single and a run scored at Penn State; Registered four putouts and an assist in his only five fielding changes; BIG EAST: Played in five conference games with one start ... Went 3-for-7 (.429) at the plate with two runs scored, one RBI, two stolen bases and a sacrifice bunt ... Started the season finale at Creighton and was 2-for-4 with two steals and a run scored ... Went 1-for-2 with a run scored and an RBI versus Seton Hall.
2014: Appeared in 14 games with two starts ... His two starts came at the designated hitter position ... Started at Xavier on April 12 and versus Penn State on May 13 ... Had 11 appearances as a pinch-hitter ... One game as a pinch-runner ... Recorded three singles in 16 at-bats ... Hit in two runs ... Drew one walk; BIG EAST: Played in six games with one start ... Recorded one hit in seven at-bats with one walk.
2013: Appeared in 41 games with 26 starts ... Was used on the left side of the infield and was one of the top bats off the bench in the games he didn't start ... Batted .200 (21-for-105) with a .270 on-base percentage and a .257 slugging percentage ... Hit one double, one triple and one home run while scoring 10 runs and driving in six ... Drew four walks, was hit by a pitch six times and struck out 37 times ... Had two stolen bases in three tries and two sacrifice bunts ... Went 2-for-4 with two runs scored and his first career home run in the series opener at Florida State ... Had two hits, including a triple, with one run scored and one RBI against Valparaiso ... Compiled an .897 fielding percentage with six errors in 58 chances (13 putouts, 39 assists); BIG EAST: Saw action in 14 conference games with five starts ... Batted .167 (5-for-30) with one hit by pitch and 14 strikeouts ... Had a .194 on-base percentage and a .167 slugging percentage ... Had a career-high three hits in the series opener against Rutgers and finished the series 4-for-9 (.444) ... Posted a .944 fielding percentage with just one error in 18 chances (four putouts, 13 assists).
2012: Played in six games with two starts before missing time with an injury ... Went 0-for-6 at the plate with two walks and three strikeouts ... Made three putouts and had three assists in the field while playing both third base and shortstop ... Made his first collegiate start at Norfolk State and drew two walks while recording two putouts and three assists at third base; BIG EAST: Appeared in one game as a pinch runner.
Club Baseball: Played for the Baseball U travel team during his junior and senior seasons in high school ... Named the MVP of the Perfect Game World Wood Bat Northeast Qualifier Tournament as a senior ... The team finished in fifth place at the World Wood Bat Championships in Marietta, Ga.
Riverside High School: Earned three varsity letters in baseball and one in basketball as a shooting guard ... Three-year starter on the baseball team with a .514 career batting average and a .654 on-base percentage as a senior ... Hit 14 career home runs and compiled a 38-game hitting streak from his sophomore through senior seasons ... Helped lead his team to the Lackawanna League Division 2 championship as a sophomore ... Merited all-region honors as a junior and was the Times Tribune Player of the Year as a senior ... As a sophomore was named to the Pennsylvania All-East American Legion squad and as a junior was chosen to participate in the Area Code/East Cost Pro Showcase tryouts.
Personal: Born 8/5/92 in Moosic, Pa. ... Only child of Bill and Lisa Bochicchio ... Enrolled in the Villanova School of Business and is majoring in Accounting.