2005: Hit a two-run single in game one vs. Wofford. . . hit an RBI triple and went two for four in game two against Citadel . . . scored one run and hit a double RBI in victory over Delaware . . . recorded two RBI in second win against Delaware . . . tallied one RBI in victory versus Seton Hall . . . went two for three in the first game of a double-header against Princeton . . . recorded two RBI's in win over Princeton in the second game of a double-header . . . went three for four, scored a run and picked up a RBI to defeat Fordham . . . recorded two hits one of which was a double0 and two runs in victory over Albany . . .
2004: Started 50 games as a junior, logging most of his innings at third base while also seeing action at first base and as a designated hitter...led the team in and home runs (11) and RBI (47) while ranking third on the team in total bases (90)...drove in the game-winning run in the championship game at the America East tourament, sending the Seawolves to the 2004 NCAA tournament...named to the America East All-Championship team after hitting .308 with two home runs and a team-high seven RBI.
2003: Hit .291 his sophomore season in 38 games, starting 14...went 2-for-3 with an RBI and three runs scored in a 19-8 win over UW-Milwaukee...smacked a home run as part of a 3-for-4, four RBI day in a 19-11 win over St. Peter's...went 1-for-3 and scored a run in a 5-3 win against Hofstra.
2002: Played in 13 games, starting two...registered a double and an RBI in a win over Vermont.
High School: Attended St. Francis Prep High School in Fresh Meadows, N.Y., playing three varsity seasons as a shortstop and third baseman...hit .427 as a senior with seven home runs and 28 RBI, earning team MVP and first team All-Queens honors...second team All-Queens as a junior, posting a .390 average with five home runs and 23 RBI...hit .382 as a sophomore with four home runs and 25 RBI...also played basketball his freshman year.
Personal: Son of Toula and Chris Theoharis...brother of Anthony and Katherine...majoring in business.