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Adam Tempesta

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Brockton, Mass.

High School:
Brockton

Height / Weight:
5-7 / 180

Position:
2B/SS

B/T:
Right/Right


04/03/2009

2007 Adam Tempesta Photo Gallery

2007 Adam Tempesta Photo Gallery




  • Brockton's Tempesta A Consistent Offensive Weapon For UMass Baseball Team - The Brockton Enterprise

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    CAREER HONORS
    All New England Second Team (2008)
    Atlantic 10 All Rookie Team (2006)
    Team Captain (2008 & 2009)

    IN THE UMASS RECORD BOOK

    -- SEASON --
    Doubles: 1st (20 in 2009)
    At Bats: 3rd (211 in 2009)
    Hits: 8th (72 in 2009)
    Total Bases: T-10th (108 in 2009)
    Walks: 4th (35 in 2009)

    -- CAREER --
    Games Played: 1st (182)
    At Bats: 1st (747)
    Hits: 2nd (239)
    Doubles: 1st (54)
    Total Bases: 3rd (327)
    RBI: T-6th (124)
    Sacrifice Flies: 2nd (14)

    AS A SENIOR IN 2009: Game-By-Game Statistics
    Appeared in 48 games, starting 47 ... Batted .341 with 72 hits including a team-best 19 doubles, five home runs, 34 runs scored and 35 RBI ... Went 3-5 and drove in the winning run in the opening game of the A-10 Tournament against Fordham (5/20) ... Went 3-for-6 at the plate and scored twice in the final home game of his career against Duquesne (5/16) ... Broke the UMass career doubles record after hitting two doubles and knocking home five runs, four coming off his only grand slam of the season, against Quinnipiac (5/12) ... Tallied five hits, three of those doubles, and scored four times during a weekend series with Rhode Island (5/8-10) ... Had four hits and scored three times in a weekend series against St. Bonaventure (5/1-3) ... Went 3-for-5 with one double and two RBI in a mid-week game against Siena (4/28) ... Knock in one run on three hits in the Beanpot Championship game against Northeastern (4/13) ... Had two hits, including one double, and hit home two runs against Boston College (4/7) ... Hit two doubles and knocked in one run in the first of three weekend games against Temple (4/4) ... Went 2-for-5 hitting two doubles and had two RBI against Richmond (3/22) ... Hit his first homerun of the season, knocking in two runs on two hits against Navy (3/14) ... Tallied four RBI on two hits including a triple against Fairfield (3/1) ... Hit his first double of the season while going 3-for-5 at the plate against Northwestern (2/28).

    AS A JUNIOR IN 2008: Game-By-Game-Statistics
    Earned All-New England second team honors ... Served as team captain along with Bryan Garrity ... Started and played in 44 games ... Finished the season with a .318 (55-173) average, 13 doubles, two home runs, 45 RBI, 27 runs, and six stolen bases ... Led the team in RBI, was second in doubles, and third in batting average, hits, total bases (74), slugging (.428), and on-base (.381) ... Drove in a career-high five runs vs. Fordham (5/17) ... Drove in three runs and scored once vs. Fordham (5/15) ... Had a 4-for-8 day at the plate with three RBIs and two runs scored in a doubleheader at Rhode Island (5/10) ... Went 3-for-4 with one RBI in the last game of a weekend series at Saint Joseph's (4/27) ... Went 2-for-6 with an RBI against Central Connecticut (4/22) ... Went 4-for-12 with a home run, three runs scored and four RBI against Charlotte (4/18-4/20) ... Went 3-for-4 with an RBI at Boston College (4/16) ... Extended hitting streak to five games after recording a hit in all three games against St. Bonaventure (4/11-12) ... Went 2-for-3 with an RBI and a run scored against Harvard in the first round of the Beanpot Tournament (4/9) ... Went 2-for-5 with a run scored at George Washington (4/5) ... Went 4-for-7 with two runs scored and two RBIs against Xavier (3/30) ... Had two RBIs and one run scored against Hartford (3/26) ... Hit his second double of the season to go 2-for-4 at Duquesne (3/21) ... In the final game against Army (3/17) went 2-for-5 with two RBIs ... Went 2-for-5 with three RBIs against Arizona (3/9).

    AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2007: Game-By-Game Statistics
    Started all 46 games for the Minutemen ... Led the team with a .306 batting average ... Recorded six doubles, one triple, two home runs, ten walks, five stolen bases, 22 RBI, and 30 runs ... Tied his season-high number of hits in a game with four against UConn (5/8) ... Knocked two hits in consecutive games at Northeastern (5/9) and Saint Louis (5/11) ... Went 2-4 against Quinnipiac (5/15) with a home run and three RBI ... Hit a home run at Xavier (5/18) ... Reached base safely three times and scored on all three occasions against Siena (5/1) ... Had two hits and scored a run at Northeastern (4/19) ... Batted .500 (6-12) in the George Washington series (4/13-14) ... Went 2-2 in win at UConn (4/10) ... Collected three hits and drove in a run in loss to Rhode Island (4/7) ... Drove in two runs and scored once against Holy Cross (4/3) ... Had two hits at Charlotte (4/1) and scored once ... Batted 3-5 with a double and a RBI at Temple (3/25) ... Drove in a pair of runs and scored once at Temple (3/23) ... Had a four hit game with a double and two runs vs. Jacksonville State (3/19) ... Batted 3-5 with two runs driven in and a run scored vs. Dartmouth (3/17).

    AS A FRESHMAN IN 2006: Game-By-Game Statistics
    Played in 44 games, started in all 44 ... Batted .311 (55-177) with 16 doubles, one home run, 30 runs, 22 RBI, seven walks, 74 total bases, a .345 on-base percentage, and a .418 slugging percentage ... Had 16 multi-hit games ... Hit a home run, while going 2-5 at Richmond (3/31) ... Batted .467 (7-15) with a home run, two doubles, three RBI, and two runs in the three game series at Richmond (3/31-4/2) ... Collected five hits and scored four runs at LaSalle (4/14) ... Batted .667 (10-15) with three doubles, six runs, and two RBI in the series at LaSalle (4/13-15) ... Batted 3-5 with a run at Saint Louis (4/23) ... Drove in three runs and scored one at Boston College (4/26) ... Batted 4-5 with a double and a run vs. St. Bonaventure (5/6) ... Batted 2-5 with two RBI and a run vs. St. Joseph's (5/15).

    BEFORE UMASS: Four year varsity second basemen and shortstop for Dave Fouracre at Brockton ... Finished his career with a .390 average, two home runs, 42 stolen bases, and 50 RBI ... He was Big Three Conference all-star in both his freshman and sophomore campaigns as well as the Enterprise News All-Scholastic his sophomore year ... Enjoyed a very successful junior season as he was named the Big Three MVP, an all-scholastic honoree by the Boston Herald, Boston Globe and Enterprise ... Had an outstanding senior campaign in which he hit .369 with a home run, 18 RBI and 14 stolen bases as he was named the Big Three Co-MVP along with nominations to the Boston Herald and Enterprise All-Scholastic teams ... Lead 2005 squad to the a Big Three Co-Championship ... Also played football and ran track in high school.

    PERSONAL: Born on October 16, 1986 in Stoughton, Mass. ... Son of Fred and Debbie Tempesta ... Has two brothers, Nick and Bryon ... Majoring in Sociology.

    Adam Tempesta's Career Statistics at UMass

    YEAR AVG. GP-GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG. BB SF-SH SB-A
    2006 .318 44-44 177 30 55 16 0 1 22 74 .418 7 5-3 2-4
    2007 .306 46-46 186 30 57 6 1 2 22 71 .382 10 1-3 5-9
    2008 .318 44-44 173 27 55 13 0 2 45 74 .428 19 4-4 6-9
    2009
    .341
    48-47
    211
    34
    72
    19
    1
    5
    35
    108
    .512
    10
    4-3
    4-5
    Career .320 182-181 747 121 239 54 2 10 124 327 .438 46 14-13 17-27
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