2006: Went two for three againsy Oklahoma State (3/17)... Produced two hits out of three with three runs scored vs. Fordham (3/29)... Had one run scored and one RBI vs. NYIT (3/31)... Went two for four with one run scored and a RBI vs NYIT (4/1)... Went two for two with two runs scored against St. Francis (4/5)... Went two for three with four RBI's and two runs scored against Bignhamton (4/7)... Went three for three with two RBI's and two runs scored vs Hartford (4/21) ... Had three hits and drove in three RBI's in game two against Hrtford (4/21) ... Drove in two RBI's on two hits against Fairfield (5/2) . . .
2005: Appeared in a career-high 32 contests including 23 starts...went .250 at the plate, driving in eight and belting one homerun...went one-for-two, drove in two runs and scored a run in a win over UMBC...ripped three hits and scored a run against UMBC...belted a two-run homer in a win over Hofstra...scored two runs and drove in two on a two-for-three performance at the plate in a win over Northeastern.
2004: Served as a solid backup behind the plate in his first season at Stony Brook, batting .256 with five RBI and two doubles...recorded his only multiple hit game of the season versus Binghamton, going 2-for-4 with a career-high two RBI.
Before Stony Brook: Played one year under coach Tony Rossi at Siena College in Loudonville, N.Y.
High School: Attended Connetquot High School in Bohemia, N.Y....played three varsity seasons as a catcher for the T-birds...all-league, Suffolk All-League and Suffolk County Gold Glove winner as a junior...also ran winter track for three years.
Personal: Jonathan Pasieka...born November 12, 1984 in Ronkonkoma, N.Y....son of Linda and Alex Pasieka...brother of Alex and Courtney...enjoys all sports...lists Ivan Rodriguez as his favorite sports figure and the New York Yankees as his favorite team.