A solid, smart baserunner with very good speed.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2003: Saw action in 21 games and scored seven runs as a designated hitter, pinch hitter and pinch runner ... Was a perfect 5-for-5 on stolen base attempts ... As a pinch runner, scored five times and totaled stolen three bases ... Also went 2-for-4 on the season in pinch hitting appearances ... Drove in the winning run against Siena in the top of the 12th inning ... Sat out the 2002 season as a medical redshirt.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2001: Missed the final five games of season due to injury ... Was two for five in first game against St. Joseph's ... Went two for three with an RBI against Boston College in the Beanpot ... Was two for three with four runs scored in win over Connecticut ... Went five for 10 with five runs scored in the Duquesne series ... Was five for six with three runs and three RBI vs. Central Connecticut.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2000: Played in seven games, all as a reserve ... Singled in first at-bat against Virginia Tech ... Scored first career run against La Salle as a pinch-runner.
BEFORE UMASS: Hit .375 with 25 runs scored and 28 steals as a senior at Stoneham ... Had a high school career average of .380 and 65 stolen bases ... Three-time Middlesex League All-Star at second base ... Served as team captain during his senior season ... Also played guard on the Stoneham basketball squad.
PERSONAL: Born January 11, 1981, in Malden, Mass. ... Son of Joe and Janice Sarno ... Brother, Joe, played baseball at New Hampshire ... Father played hockey at Northeastern ... Majoring in Management
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