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JP Radvany
JP  Radvany


Lawrenceville, N.J.

High School:
Princeton Day School

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 208






Baseball vs. Penn

Villanova took on Penn in a mid-week home game on May 9, 2018 at the Villanova Ballpark at Plymouth.


Baseball at Saint Joseph's

Villanova took on local rival Saint Joseph's on March 21, 2017 in Merion Station, Pa.

On Radvany: Has the potential to develop into a power bat as he continues to grow and gain experience ... Big, strong hitter from the right side who has been a fixture in the Wildcats lineup the last two seasons ... Capable of playing first base or serving as the designated hitter ... Has a bright future and should compete to earn a role in the lineup this season.

Career: Has played in 71 games with 59 starts in his first two collegiate seasons ... A .191 hitter with 40 hits and 209 at-bats, to go along with a .260 on-base percentage and a .268 slugging percentage ... Has 12 runs scored, 25 runs batted in, 10 doubles and two home runs ... Has drawn 15 walks and struck out 81 times ... Other offensive totals include five times being hit by a pitch, two sacrifice flies and one stolen base ... Has a career .984 fielding percentage at first base with 61 putouts, two assists and one error in 64 total chances.

2017: Saw action in 40 games with 36 starts ... Started 27 times as the designated hitter and nine times at first base ... Batted .207 (28-for-135) with a .275 on-base percentage and a .289 slugging percentage ... Ranked second on the team with eight doubles and 17 runs batted in ... Scored eight runs and hit a home run ... Drew nine walks, was hit by a pitch four times and struck out 54 times ... Had one sacrifice fly ... Tallied six multi-hit games and five multi-RBI games ... Hit .318 (7-for-22) during a six-game hit streak from February 25 through March 5 ... Had two hits and drove in a run against Ball State ... Doubled twice and walked in a home game against Saint Joseph's ... Had 53 putouts, two assists and one error at first base to compile a .982 fielding percentage; BIG EAST: Started 13 of the 14 conference games he played in ... Batted .143 (7-for-49) with three runs scored, two doubles, one home run and five RBI ... Drew three walks, was hit by a pitch once and had a sacrifice fly ... Homered and drove in two runs against Georgetown ... Went 2-for-3 with two doubles and a walk in the series opener at St. John's.

2016: Played in 31 games with 23 starts ... All but one of his starts were as the designated hitter, and also started once at first base ... Batted .162 (12-for-74) with a .232 on-base percentage and a .230 slugging percentage ... Had four runs scored, two doubles, a home run and eight runs batted in ... Drew six walks and struck out 27 times ... Was hit by a pitch once and had one sacrifice fly ... Stole one base on his only try ... Had two multi-RBI games ... Starting designated hitter against Indiana State, when he produced his first collegiate hit and went 1-for-4 with a run scored and an RBI ... Collected hits in three straight games against Stony Brook, Saint Peter's and La Salle ... Went 1-for-3 with a solo home run, a walk and a stolen base against Penn; BIG EAST: Saw action in 11 conference games with nine starts, and started to come into his own late in the season ... Batted .226 (7-for-31) with a run scored, two doubles and four RBI ... Walked three times, was hit by a pitch once and struck out 12 times ... Had a .314 on-base percentage in 35 plate appearances ... Singled and drove in two runs in the first game of a doubleheader against Butler ... Had his best game of the season in the series opener against St. John's, going 3-for-4 with a double, a run scored, two RBI and a hit by pitch.

Club Baseball: Played for the Gallagher Baseball National Team, which was ranked No. 1 in the state of New Jersey and No. 37 in the nation.

Princeton Day School: Earned four varsity letters playing baseball as a first baseman, outfielder and pitcher ... Also earned two varsity letters as a center on the basketball team ... Team captain as a senior on both the baseball and basketball teams ... Was presented with the Golden P Award as his school's top male athlete during his senior year ... One of three baseball players in school history to have at least 100 career hits ... Finished his scholastic career with 103 hits, 89 runs batted in, 31 doubles and eight home runs ... Four-time selection to New Jersey Prep B All-State teams ... Four-time Mercer County All-Prep Team selection ... Named the 2012 Mercer County Prep Player of the Year ... As a basketball player earned Mercer County All-Prep honorable mention his senior year ... Achieved Honor Roll status academically for nine straight semesters from 2012-15.

Personal: Born 1/3/97 in Princeton, N.J. ... One of four children of James and Maureen Radvany ... Has an older sister, Jaclyn (26) and younger siblings Brian (16) and Valerie (16) ... Sister played college field hockey at North Carolina where she was a forward on the Tar Heels 2009 national championship team ... Father played college basketball at Susquehanna ... Hobbies include playing golf and traveling ... Chose to attend Villanova for the combination of its strong academic and athletic programs ... Finance major in the Villanova School of Business.