2014: Continued as the team's starting third baseman in his sophomore campaign...started in 45 of the team's 48 games on the season...registered 31 hits and 11 walks on the season with 12 RBIs and eight runs scored...finished third on the team with 75 fielding assists...earned a season high three hits and four RBIs against Coppin State on March 16th...had seven multi-hit games over the course of the season.
2013: Team's primary third baseman, starting 46 games in his freshman year ... finished the year batting .225 with five doubles ... hit safely in all four games in the VMI Tournament ... earned six-game hitting streak from March 1-10 ... three multi-hit games in a row from March 17-20, started by a 2-for-4 day with a stolen base and an RBI vs. Coppin State (3/17) ... again earned three-straight multi-hit games from April 17-20, hitting .545 with two RBI in that timeframe ... went 2-for-3 with a pair of runs vs. Coppin State (4/27).
High School/Club: Lettered four years in baseball at Pius X High School ... batted .416 in his senior year to earn team MVP and hitting award ... three-year field award on the team ... led school to the district championship in sophomore and senior years.
Personal: Born June 26, 1993 in Bethlehem, Pa. ... son of Tina and Brian Breslin ... has a sister, Caitlin ... majoring in business ... pregame routine includes doing five sprints and stretching before the game ... personal best sports moment is winning the district championship and getting to the state semifinals in sophomore year in high school ... lists his late uncle Harry as person who influences him most for pushing him along the way and getting him to where he is ... plans to get a job, hopefully within baseball, upon graduation ... favorite saying is "You can do anything you can put your mind to." ... hobbies include listening to music ... favorite books are anything by John Grisham ... favorite movie is "Anchorman" ... personal athletic goal this season is to become a starter and do well enough to help the team win the MEAC ... personal athletic goal upon graduation is to win the MEAC more than once.