On Day: A four-year starter capable of being a dominant offensive player; Primed for a big senior season at the plate, in the field and on the mound; Will need to be a key contributor in order for the Wildcats to be successful.
2004: Batted .269 (45-for-167) while starting all 49 games he played in; Ranked third on the team with a .411 on-base percentage; Drew 25 walks and was hit by a pitch 16 times, double the total of any other Wildcat; Scored 19 runs and had 22 RBI, while collecting five stolen bases and 10 doubles; Boasted solid .963 fielding percentage, committing just four errors in 107 total chances; Had a pair of doubles, was twice hit by a pitch, drove in three runs and scored another one in just the third game of the season, against Norfolk State; Had 13 multi-hit games, including four games with three hits; Batted a sizzling .352 in Villanova's demanding non-conference schedule; Batted .171 (13-for-76) with a .326 on-base percentage against Big East competition.
2003: Played in 37 games, including 29 starts; Batted .260 (26-for-100) with 13 runs scored, two doubles, two triples, one home run and 11 RBI; Stole three bases and posted a .358 on-base percentage; Committed just three errors in the field and produced a .949 fielding percentage; Had five multi-hit games; Tied a school record when he tripled twice in a game against St. John's; Drove in a season-high three runs against Drexel; Batted .234 and sported a .363 on-base percentage n Big East play; Scored six runs, hit two triples and drove in four in 19 conference games; Was flawless in the field against Big East foes, handling 31 chances without an error.
2002: Played in 29 contests, starting in 21; Hit .213 (16-for-75) with five doubles and six RBI; Scored six runs and drew seven walks; Had three multi-hit games including a four-hit, two-RBI performance against St. Joseph's; Played in 10 conference games and batted .190 with two doubles and one RBI; Season ended prematurely due to an arm injury.
Woodbridge Senior High School: Earned four letters in baseball; Three-time first team All-District and All-Area performer; Two-time All-Region player; Honorable mention All-Region in 1999; Second team All-Area and second team All-District as a freshman; Tallied a .356 career average and 50 stolen bases; Also posted a 26-7 career record with a 1.98 ERA and 212 strikeouts; Member of the National Honor Society.
Personal: Political science major; Youngest of four children of Larry and Mary Day; Born 12/1/82 in Alexandria, Va.