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    15  Bob Rosinski
    Bob Rosinski

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Wilmette, Ill.

    High School:
    New Trier H.S.

    Position:
    Infielder

    B/T:
    R/R


    2000: Capped off a terrific junior season with a spot on the All-MCC Second Team?after starting out the year at first base, he moved over to third midway through the season and did an outstanding job at the hot corner as the Flames compiled a 26-10 record with him playing there?saw action in 56 games, while starting in 55?his .319 batting average was fourth-highest on the team?also added 37 RBI and 39 runs scored in 191 at bats and struck out just 19 times during the year while drawing 29 walks?led the Flames with four sacrifice flies?totaled 18 multiple-hit games during the year, which was third-most on the team, while his nine multiple-RBI outings were also third best?compiled a .340 batting average with runners on base and .333 with runners in scoring position?in MCC action, he registered a .339 batting average with a team-high 18 runs scored?at the 2000 MCC Baseball Championships, he hit .286 with a pair of doubles and five RBI to earn a spot on the MCC All-Tournament Team?during the regular-season, he tallied a .538 batting average with seven runs scored and three RBI against Wright State while he hit .500 in UIC's four-game split at Cleveland State.

    1999: Split time between first base and behind the plate as a sophomore and was one of just two players to start in all 48 games?tallied a .269 batting average and led the Flames with 45 runs scored in addition to 29 RBI?his 33 walks and eight hit-by-pitches were both UIC highs?stole five bases in eight attempts?had nine games with two hits and five games with three hits for 14 multiple-hit games was third-highest on the team?batted .375 during the team's spring trip to Florida and added 13 runs and five RBI?hit .571 with two RBI and three runs scored in the doubleheader with Western Michigan?best conference weekend came against Cleveland State as he compiled a .333 batting average with a pair of runs and RBI.

    1998: As a rookie, earned a spot on the MCC All-Newcomer Team after finishing the year with a .287 batting average while leading the Flames with five home runs and 28 RBI...his 37 hits were second-most on the squad while his 17 runs scored and six doubles were both second...began the year with a nine-game hitting streak during which he batted .393 (13-for-33) with seven runs scored and 10 RBI...also had a six-game streak during the year...looked impressive in his first collegiate start as he went 2-for-4 against Kansas with a double and a home run...had nine multiple-hit games including a 3-for-4 showing in a game at Cleveland State...finished the three-game series versus the Vikings with a .500 (6-for-12) batting average, three runs scored, four RBI, two doubles and a home run.

    Prep/Personal: As a senior and co-captain, he helped lead New Trier to a 37-3 record as the Trevians capture their third consecutive Central Suburban South Conference championship as well as first-place showings at the regional and sectional tournaments...he finished the year with a team-leading batting average of .397 in addition to 38 RBI...in 118 at bats, he tallied 47 hits which included 10 doubles and three home runs...was 10-for-11 in stolen base attempts...for his effort, was voted second team all-state as well as all-conference...voted the Trevians most valuable player and also received the Big Stick Award for highest batting average...also played basketball and football at New Trier...born October 25, 1978...son of Brian and Lois Rosinski...majoring in Kinesiology.