2010: Appeared in 15 games, making two starts in the outfield ... had three hits, two runs scored and two RBIs ... was 2-for-3 with two RBIs against Georgetown (4/14) ... had pinch-hit single against Richmond (4/17).
2009: Appeared in five games, with four coming in the outfield and one
coming at designated hitter ... Recorded hits against James Madison (4/15)
and Xavier (5/10) ... Drew a walk against Randolph-Macon (3/17).
High School: Played for DonaldRunyon ... Named New Castle News County All Star during junior and senior seasons... WPIAL Class AAA All-Star during senior season... Led high school team (.531 batting average) to first Section Championship in program's 30 year history...President of National Honors Society... Class President during senior year... Graduated seventh in his class with a 4.17 overall GPA...Played for the Summertime Heroes Club team (2007 and 2008).
Personal: Joseph Michael Motto ... Born in New Castle, PA ... Son of Dominick and Gerianne Fazioli Motto ... Has two brothers, Dominick (21) and Michael (16) ... Majoring in Political Science... Aspires to attend law school.
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