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3   Aaron Senez
Aaron Senez

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Springfield, Mass.

High School:
Central H.S

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 183

Position:
Infielder

Bats / Throws:
Right / Right


  • Will serve as team captain in 2002
  • Solid run producer with good speed
  • Ranks sixth all-time at UMass in sacrifice bunts (15) and eighth in doubles (32)

    AS A JUNIOR IN 2001:

  • Ranked fourth on UMass single season list for sacrifice bunts with nine
  • Went four for 12 with a homer and three runs in George Washington series
  • Had a pair of doubles against Harvard in the Beanpot Tournament
  • Went four for eight with two doubles in doubleheader at Fordham
  • Was four for 11 with four RBI in the St. Bonaventure series
  • Went four for 10 with four RBI in the Duquesne series
  • Had two doubles and two RBI in victory over Fairfield
  • Had four hits, two doubles and three RBI in final game at La Salle
  • Had a 20-game hitting streak from Mar. 22-Apr. 21

    AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2000:

  • Started 46 games, all in the infield
  • Began season as the starting shortstop, then switched to third base midway through the year
  • Led the team with 58 hits and 16 doubles on the year
  • Named to the All-Atlantic 10 Championship Team, batting .538 with two doubles, a triple, a home run and six runs batted in
  • Started the season with six-game hit streak, including a five for 12 performance in series at Florida with three doubles and three RBI
  • Had 16 multiple-hit games, including five straight from March 16-25
  • During those five games, was 12 for 20 with four doubles and nine RBI
  • Was four for five with a career-high five RBI in 9-1 win over La Salle
  • Went three for four with an RBI vs. Boston College in Beanpot semis
  • Had an eight-game hit streak from March 28-April 8, batting .375 with five doubles and a homer
  • Hit first career home run at Hartford on March 28

    AS A FRESHMAN:

  • Appeared in 20 games, making 11 starts (all at shortstop)
  • Was three for five in his first collegiate start, a 10-6 win over Niagara
  • Went two for five with a three RBI in win over Lafayette
  • Was three for four with two runs scored against St. Bonaventure

    HIGH SCHOOL:

  • Four-year letterwinner in football and baseball at Central H.S., where he helped the Eagles to three Super Bowl Championships
  • Baseball and football team captain during junior and senior years
  • Earned baseball All-Star honors his senior year
  • Named All-Western Massachusetts and all-league in both baseball and football his junior and senior years

    PERSONAL:

  • Born on October 1, 1980, in Springfield, Mass.
  • Son of Ronald and Nancy Senez
  • A Sociology major

    Senez's Career Stats

    Year BA G-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB-SBA
    1999 .340 20-11 47 5 16 3 0 0 8 1 10 2-3
    2000 .341 46-46 170 27 58 16 3 3 36 6 24 10-13
    2001 .275 46-46 167 37 46 13 1 2 27 16 31 5-8
    Career .313 112-103 384 69 120 32 4 5 71 23 65 17-24
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      vs Alumni Game 12:00 PM
      Saturday, Oct 4
      vs Fairfield 12:00 PM
      Sunday, Oct 5
      vs Dartmouth 12:00 PM
      Sunday, Oct 12
      at Dartmouth 12:00 PM
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