2004: Played in 53 games and started 50 of them...Hit .216 with 17 runs scored off 30 hits and four RBIs...Had a perfect fielding percentage, committing no errors and putting out 56...Went 2-for-2 on two occasions: versus Tennessee-Chattanooga (2/22) and La Salle (4/20)...Was 2-for-3 on the plate three different times, versus BYU (2/27), Providence (3/27) and Drexel (4/8)...Drove in two runs during the 8-0 victory over Pittsburgh on February 29...Scored five runs off 11 hits against BIG EAST opponents...Stole two bases on eight attempts.
2003: A valuable talent for Villanova...Played in 22 games, starting 11...Hit .270 with six runs scored and 10 RBI...A perfect two-for-two stealng bases...Had two hits in 15 at-bats in the Big East...Went 2-for-3 against Penn (4/22).
2002: Added speed to the Wildcat lineup...Appeared in 49 games and started 29...Played six different positions...Tied for the team lead with 15 stolen bases in 16 attempts...Stole two bases on two occasions...Ended the year with a .380 batting average (30-for-81)...Scored 18 runs...Went 2-for-3 with two runs scored versus Campbell (3/7/02)...In the Big East Championships went 2-for-3 with two runs in an opening round victory over Syracuse (5/9/02)...Led all Wildcats with a .444 batting average (4-for-9) in the post-season...Hit .267 (4-for-15) with three runs in conference play...Ended the season on a seven-game hit streak.
St. Gregory College Prep: Received four varsity letters as a catcher and shortstop...Added three letters in basketball...Recipient of the Outstanding Athlete Award as a senior...Chosen as team captain for the 2001 season...Voted to the All-Region team for three consecutive years (1999-01) and as an Honorable Mention for the All-Region Team in 1998...Participated in the 2001 Arizona Class 1A/2A/3A All-Star game.
Personal: Comprehensive Sciences major...Oldest of three children of Dennis and Jody Yauch...Has two younger brothers: Dennis (18) and Zach (15)...Played on the Tucson Scramblers 18-Under team in the summer...Born 12/30/82 in Tucson, Ariz.