2010 Season: Appeared in 54 games and started all of them at shortstop...Was named 2010 A-10 Student-Athlete and Player of the Year...Also named the recipient of the J. Dallas Shirley award, which is annually given to GW Male Athlete of the Year ... Louisville Slugger Third Team All-American by Collegiate Baseball ... Named to CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine All-Academic District II First Team ...Finished third nationally with 103 hits and led the A-10 with a .429 batting average...Led the A-10 with 18 home runs...He finished his Colonials career as the all-time leader in runs (213) and hits (299)...Also finished second all-time in games played (213), at bats (841) and total bases (455)....Broke three single-season records, including the previous hits record by 11, with 103 hits on the year...He scored 75 runs and recorded 176 total bases, which broke the previous records of 71 runs and 168 total bases.
2009 Season: Started all 52 games at shortstop ... Hit .347 and recorded an on-base percentage of .413, finishing second on the team in both categories ... Finished
second on the team with eight home runs first on the team with 52 runs ...
Finished second on the team with 75 hits and recorded 24 multi-hit games ...
Was second on the team with 13 doubles and led the team with 17 stolen bases
... Was 4-4 with a walk and two runs scored against Saint Louis (5/1) ...
Recorded eight hits, drove in seven runs, stole three bases and scored seven
runs in a four-game series against Fairleigh Dickinson (3/7-3/8).
2008 Season: Appeared in 53 games and started all of them... Made 44 starts at shortstop and another nine at second base... Hit .315 and recorded an on-base percentage of .384 after finishing tied for third with six home runs... Finished second on the team with 68 hits and recorded 23 multi-hit games... Was second on the team with 16 doubles and tied for the team lead with nine stolen bases... Finished the season with a .988 fielding percentage...Went 5-7 with three runs and five RBI at Saint Louis (4/26)...Was 3-5 with two runs and two RBI vs. Temple (5/4)... Finished with a .884 OPS (on-base plus slugging), up 147 points from his All-Rookie freshman season.
2007 Season: Selected to the Atlantic 10 All-Rookie team ... Named Atlantic 10 Baseball Co-Rookie of the Week (3/19) after he recorded five hits and six RBI in four games ... Led all GW freshmen with 48 starts, all of them at second base ... Zebroski was the only Colonial to record more walks (19) than strikeouts (14) ... Raised his batting average by 27 points in the final six games (11-for-24) to finish fourth on the team (.314) ... Finished the 2007 season ranked 15th in the country with 0.31 sacrifice hits per game ... Ended the year third on the team in on-base percentage (.400) and stolen bases (13), fourth in runs scored (32) and hits (53) and fifth in RBI (23) ... Recorded 14 multi-hit games and seven multi-RBI games ... Went 4-for-5 with two runs and two RBI at Dayton (5/13) ... Was 3-for-5 with three RBI and one run against Fordham (3/23) ... Finished second on the team with a .737 OPS (on-base plus slugging).
HIGH SCHOOL: Hit .350 as team captain and was named All-League his junior year ... During his senior year, he batted .392, once again served as team captain and was named All-County ... Also ran track, competing in the 200m and 400m ... Member of the National Honor Society, the Foreign Language Honor Society, the Math Honor Society, the Science Honor Society ... Graduated in the top 10 % of class ... Played for the Bayside Yankees from 2002-07 ... Won two Premier Baseball National Championships.
PERSONAL: Thomas Zebroski ... Born in Manhasset, NY ... Son of Alexander and Ellen Zebroski ... Has two older sisters, Katie (25) and Megan (23) ... Kate played tennis at Harvard and Megan currently competes on the tennis team at Dartmouth College ... Majoring in Communications.
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