Stony Brook needs two wins to secure No. 1 seed in next week's America East Championship.
2006:Went 4-for-5 at the plate against Central Florida and scored a run...scored two runs against East Carolina... Had two hits vs New Orleans (3/10)... Had two hits, two RBI's and a run scored against Oklahoma State (3/17)... Went three for three with a RBI vs Bucknell (3/25)... Had a hit and two runs scored against Bucknell (3/26)... Produced one hit and scored two runs vs Bucknell (3/26)... Had two RBIs and one run scored vs. Fordham (3/29)... Produced one hit and one run scored vs. NYIT (3/31)... Produced one run scored and one RBI vs. NYIT (4/1)... Had two hits and three runs scored with two RBIs vs. NYIT (4/2)... Went two for two with a RBI against St. Francis (4/5) ... Had a hit a RBI and scored a run in game one vs. Binghamton (4/7)... Produced one RBI on one hit in game two against Binghamton (4/9)... Scored two runs and drove in another two vs. Wagner (4/11)... Went three for two with a run scored against Maine (4/14)... Had two hits and scored two runs vs Hartford (4/21) ... Drove in two runs on two hits in a win over St. Francis (4/25) ... Had two hits a RBI nad a run scored against No. 24 Winthrop (4/30) ... Went to for three with a RBI and a run scored vs Fairfield (5/2) ...
2005: Started all 46 games he played, hitting .357 with a team-high 37 RBI...named All-America East first-team...tallied four hits, including a homerun vs. Wofford...belted a homer and drove in two runs against Citadel... led the team with three hits, one double, two RBI and a run scored in a win over Delaware...named America East Player of the Week (3/14)...went four-for-five with three RBI against Nevada...scored a run and added two RBI's in a win over Princeton...hit a homer and scored a pair of runs in a win over Fordham
2004: Named the 2004 America East tournament Most Outstanding Player after going 7-for-13, including three hits and a run scored in the championship victory over Maine...finished second on the team in RBI (39), third on the team in batting average (.304), on base percentage (.371) and hits (56), while leading the team in slugging percentage (.554) and triples (4)...tallied 13 multiple hit games and strung together an eight-game hitting streak during the year...went 3-for-4 with a double, a triple and four RBI versus Akron...twice recorded perfect days at the plate, going 3-for-3 against High Point and 4-for-4 versus UMBC...hit a season-high two home runs in an 8-1 victory over UMBC.
2003: Played in 25 games his freshman season, starting 13, and finished with a .264 batting average... drove in two runs and scored two runs against Wisconsin-Milwaukee...went 2-for-2 with an RBI in a win over Albany...went 1-for-2 with an RBI in a 19-11 win over St. Peter's...hit an RBI triple and scored a run in an 11-1 win over Binghamton.
High School: Attended Herbert H. Lehman High School in the Bronx, N.Y....lettered all four years as an outfielder for the Lions...hit .545 his senior year with five home runs and 25 RBI...posted a .525 batting average his junior year, hitting four homeruns and driving in 30 RBI...named All-Bronx his junior and senior years and all-city as a senior...awarded All-Manhattan honors in 2000.
Personal: Son of Evangelista De La Cruz...brother of Ysigelys.