Stony Brook has won 11 of its last 12 games and 21 of the last 26.
Ten Stony Brook baseball players active in Major/Minor League Baseball.
Red-hot Stony Brook has won 20 of its last 25 games.
Stony Brook has won 17 of its last 22 games.
Stony Brook has won 15 of its last 20 games.
Behind Frankie Vanderka's complete game, Stony Brook is heading to the College World Series.
2012: ABCA/Rawlings National Co-Player of the Year ... selected in first round, 44th overall, in 2012 MLB Draft by San Diego Padres ... Stony Brook's first ever first-round pick ... named first team All-American by Baseball America, NCBWA, Perfect Game and ABCA ... named to Coral Gables Regional All-tournament team ... selected as aLouisville Slugger second team All-American by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper ...America East Player of the Year ... selected to Golden Spikes 50-man preseason watch list on Feb. 16 ... led nation in hits, runs scored and triples ... ranked in the top 10 in the country in batting average and stolen bases ... named preseason third team All-American by NCBWA ... set school record for hits, runs scored, triples and stolen bases in a season ... set school Division I record for batting average in a season and had highest batting average at Stony Brook since 1991 ... named to America East Championship All-tournament team ... hit .600 with five RBI and seven runs scored in the three games ... picked as America East's top draft prospect by Baseball America... named preseason All-American by Baseball America & Perfect Game USA ... hit .400 (6-for-15) in the season opening (2/24-2/26) round robin at Nicholls State ... went 3-for-5 with an RBI and two runs scored vs. Iona (3/14) ... stole 52nd career base on March 17 against Yale to became program's career steals leader ... reached base in all seven plate appearances in doubleheader sweep of Yale on March 18 ... hit a two-run home run in the opener ... named America East Player of the Week on March 19 ... selected National Hitter of the Week by NCBWA on March 20 ... went 2-for-4 with an RBI, two runs scored and two steals at Columbia (3/20) ... had combined three hits in six at-bats including two doubles and had two RBI in sweep of New York Tech (4/1) ... stole three bases in three attempts in second game ... had four hits and five RBI in doubleheader sweep of Albany (4/14) ... reached base safely in 13 of 17 plate appearances in four-game sweep of Hartford (4/20-4/21) ... selected America East Player of the Week on April 22 ... scored 10 runs in five games and had five extra-base hits including two home runs during week of April 23 ... named America East Player of the Week on April 30 ... named to Golden Spikes 60-man midseason watch list on May 1 ... hit .571 (8-for-14) in three-game sweep of UMBC (5/12-5/13) including four hits in five at-bats in the series finale.
2011: All-America East first team selection ... named to ABCA All-Northeast Region second team ... named MVP of Cape Cod Summer League ... hit .329 with 22 RBI and 15 steals for the Bourne Braves while leading the Cape League in hits (57), runs (31), and triples (seven) ...started 53 games in centerfield for the Seawolves ... did not make an error in 115 chances ... set Stony Brook single season record for steals in a season (30-for-34) ... was 14th in the nation in stolen bases ... ranked second in the America East with .355 batting average ... scored 39 runs and drove in 38 ... had 19 multi-hit games and 10 multi-RBI games ... went 5-for-11 (.455) in three-game series against No. 17 North Carolina (3/4-3/5) ... had career-high four hits in five at-bats against NJIT (3/18) ... drove in a then career-high three runs on March 22 against New York Tech ... went 2-for-5 with career-high four RBI against UMBC (4/23) ... went 4-for-5 with three RBI in season finale against Albany (5/25).
2010: Hit .262 with 20 runs scored in 47 games ... made 23 starts ... stole team-best 13 bases in 14 attempts ... had two hits in two at-bats against Akron in first collegiate game (3/7) ... had a hit in first five games of Stony Brook career ... drove in first career run against Alabama (3/11) ... had season-high three hits in three at-bats against UMBC (4/18) ... had two hits and season-best two RBI at Hartford (5/16) ... registered a hit and scored a run against Coastal Carolina at Myrtle Beach Regional (6/6).
High School: Played four years of varsity baseball at Lancaster Catholic HS in Lancaster, Pa. ... a two-time All State selection ... led Lancaster to District 3 Double-A Championship as a senior ... hit .471 with 20 RBI and 25 runs scored as a senior ... had 33 hits in Lancaster's 26 games including 16 extra-base hits ... stole 24 bases ... played four years of varsity football.
Personal: Travis Paul Jankowski ... son of Paul and Kelly Jankowski ... has brother-Tyler and sister-Mandy ... Most Impressive person I've met: Phil Mickelson ... Reality Show I have best chance of winning: Price is Right ... The biggest influence on me as a baseball player: My Dad.