Andrew Calderone   |   #18   |   OF

Bats/Throws: R/R

Height: 6-2

Weight: 205

Hometown: Stuart, Fla.

Previous School: Florida Tech

Eligibility: Sr.

Major: Exercise Science

Baseball: Andrew Calderone

Born June 13th, 1995... Majoring in Exercise Science... Aspires to pursue a career in professional baseball or become a physical therapist... Chose PBA for the education and baseball team... Favorite team is the New York Mets... Son of Richard and Jean Calderone... Has one sister: Kimberly.

2017 (Senior)
Andrew played in 40 games in his senior season, making 34 starts on the year with most of them coming in left field … finished the season with a .331 batting average, and a .604 slugging percentage, the .604 mark is the highest for a Sailfish hitter in the NCAA DII era … hit eight home runs on the season, second most on the team … also added six doubles and four triples … led the team with 41 RBIs … went 4-for-6 with a home run and four RBIs on Mach 11 against Lynn … was named to the 2017 CoSIDA Academic All-District Team.

2016 (Junior)
Started 17 of 19 games in the outfield before injuries cut short his year…played last game on March 18…hit .266 with 17 hits in 64 at-bats…drove in 12 including three on two occasions, against Delta State (2/12) and against Lynn (3/5)…had six multi-hit games including three against Delta State (2/12)…had a walk-off double against Lynn (2/2) at Roger Dean Stadium as the Sailfish won 5-4 in 10 innings…hit lone home run of the season against Colorado Christian (2/8)…collected six doubles on the season with two coming against Delta State (2/12).

2015 (Sophomore)
Saw action in 29 games in his first campaign at Palm Beach Atlantic before an injury ended his season... Hit .293 in 27 starts in the outfield while putting together a final average of .284... Put together a nine game hitting streak from March 12th to March 27th... Finished the year with five doubles, a triple and two home runs, driving in 18 runs... Had a four-hit performance against Southern Connecticut on March 12th in which he fell a single shy of the cycle (two doubles, a triple, and a home run) while also driving in and scoring a season-high three runs... Went 3-for-3 in his final game of the season against Florida Tech on April 25th.

Played in 33 games as a true freshman at Florida Tech.

Graduated from South Fork High School where he played for head coach Mike Harper... Decorated high school player for the Bulldogs who earned the team's Top Outfielder award as a senior and also in the .300 club... Was also a member of the .300 club as a junior and sophomore... Best offensive season was a sophomore when he batted .438... Also played with the Palm Beach Gardens Rockets club team where he was a 2012 East Cobb All-Tournament Offensive Selection.

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