Born March 18th, 1994... Has chosen Health and Human Performance as his major... His career aspirations are to continue playing baseball as long as possible... Chose PBA because of the great competition in baseball, the great weather, Coach Bottenfield, and the great chance to practice his faith and stay close to God through the college journey... Favorite teams are the Chicago Bears, Bulls and Cubs... Favorite athlete is Ben Zobrist... Favorite verse is 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18... Son of Chris and Kelli Visconti.
Played and started 32 games on the season…started team’s first 30 games before injury shortened his season…made all appearances at second base…was one of the team’s top hitters before being injured…finished the year hitting .352 with 44 hits, nine doubles, three triples and two home runs…scored 30 runs…despite missing nearly 20 games finished second on the team in runs scored and third in hits and doubles…also drove in 22 runs which tied for third…had 11 multi-hit games on the year and was the only player with two four-hit games…scored five runs and had four hits with a double and triple against Colorado Christian (2/8)…drove in five against Embry-Riddle (1/30) with three hits including a home run…also homered against St. Thomas (2/19) as part of a three hit game…had seven hits in the three-game series with the Bobcats…had 15 walks on the season and a .421 on-base percentage…tied for the team’s longest streak of reaching base safely at 17 games (2/19-3/20)…finished second on the team with eight stolen bases.
Started and played all 56 games at shortstop for Palm Beach Atlantic after sitting out the previous year because of injury... Batted second in all but one game on the season and finished with a final batting average of .313 in a team-high 233 at-bats, scoring a team-best 46 runs while also driving in 27 runs, stealing 15 bases, and knocking 13 doubles... Scored multiple times in a game on nine different occasions, scoring three runs in a game six different times... Smacked 21 multi-hit games on the season, including a career-best 5-for-5 performance in which he drove in four runs and scored three while also stealing two bases against Barry University on February 21st... Had a stretch of five straight games with multi-hit performances during a larger 11-game hitting streak from February 27th to March 20th... Went 4-for-6 with three RBI and two runs scored against the University of Tampa on March 21st... Turned in another four-hit performance in a 4-for-5 effort against Florida Tech on April 25th that included two RBI, two doubles, and a run scored... Saved a 3-for-5 performance for a rout of Toccoa Falls in an elimination game at the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA) World Series.
Injured before the season began and was granted a medical redshirt.
Wasted no time impressing the South Region at shortstop during his rookie campaign...Started in 47 of 48 games he played in, primarily hitting in the second spot of the order... Registered a .366 batting average, scored 35, drove in 27 runners, and knocked out six extra-base hits (four doubles, two triples)... Led the team in hits (64), on-base percentage (.459), sacrifice bunts (13), and stolen bases (11)... Was a named to the NCCAA All South Region team... Also earned honors from the ICAA as the Freshman of the Year and the All-ICAA First Team... Walked 19 times on the season and was hit by 12 pitches... Had a team-best 18 multi-hit games, while adding seven multi-run and six multi-RBI games... Totaled three or more hits on seven separate occasions... Drove in four runs in two different games... Was 3-for-4 with three runs scored and four runs driven in against LIU-Post on March 12th... Went 5-for-5 with a run scored and four RBI against St. Michael's College on March 16th.
Played baseball at New Trier High School for coaches Mike Napolean, Pete Drevline and Scott Klipowitz... Was selected All-Conference Honorable mention and was the Trevians' gold glove winner for middle infield his senior year.