Born July 29th, 1995... Majoring in Finance... Aspires to become a professional baseball player or a business owner... Chose PBA because it was an awesome opportunity and a chance to play baseball in a Christian atmosphere... Favorite team is the New York Mets... Favorite athlete is Giancarlo Stanton... Favorite verse is Deuteronomy 31:6...Son of Ed and Elise Vicinanza... Has two siblings: Lauren and Michael.
Eddie spent time as an outfielder and designated hitter early in the season before becoming the Sailfish everyday second baseman for the second half of the season … played in 42 games on the year and made 37 starts … finished with a .302 batting average, and a .446 slugging percentage … finished the season with five doubles, a team-high six triples, and one home run … went 4-for-5 with two doubles against Embry-Riddle on Feb. 10 in his first start of the season … went 5-for-5 with two RBIs and a triple against Florida Tech on March 21 … finished the season 9-for-12 in stolen bases … went 5-for-12 with two triples in the final weekend series of the season against Rollins College.
Played in 39 games, making 34 starts…moved around the field as one of two players to start in four positions (LF, CF, RF, 2B)…batted .276 with 40 hits, eight doubles, a triple and a home run…scored 26 runs and drove in 12…had a .356 on-base percentage with 11 walks and seven hit-by-pitches…stole six bases…had a team-high 14-game hitting streak (2/20-4/1) with six of his nine multi-hit games coming during the stretch…had a pair of three-hit games, vs. Nova Southeastern (4/8) and Barry (4/12)…hit lone home run of the season at St. Thomas (3/15).
Spent his first collegiate season as a backup and valuable runner off the bench for the Sailfish... Saw action in 19 games while making three starts... Scored six runs on the season while also driving in a run... Had one hit in 18 at-bats... Showed off his speed during the NCCAA South Region tournament, scoring three runs as a pinch runner including the game-winner in the South Regional final against Toccoa Falls on May 9th.
Played his high school ball for Nolan Neiman at IMG Academy... Was given the Athletic Personal Development Award.