|Hometown:||St. Marys, Pa.|
|High School:||St. Marys|
As A Junior (2010)
Started 39 games for the Bonnies … batted .311 with six home runs and 37 RBI … stole 16 bases and was only caught stealing three times … cracked the Top 5 in nearly every offensive category for the Bonnies, including, home runs, doubles, triples, batting average, hits, stolen bases, RBI, runs scored, and total bases … also has a big impact on the mound, going 1-1 in five relief appearances … struck out four batters in six innings … also recorded one save on the year.
As A Sophomore (2009)
Developed into an everyday third baseman … At the plate … started 43 games at third base … improved his batting average by 34 points over the final two weeks of the season to finish at a .284 clip from the right side of the plate … fifth on the team with 44 hits that featured five doubles, four triples and one home run … tied for the team lead and ranked fourth in the Atlantic 10 with four triples … scored 23 runs and knocked in 15 runs … had 12 multi-hit performances … hit .348 (16-for-46) with two outs and .307 against right-handers (31-for-101) … successful on 8-of-10 stolen base attempts … turned in the second-longest hit streak of the season, going eight games with a hit from Mar. 5-21 … hit .481 (13-for-27) over eight-game hit streak that featured three hits against SIU-Edwardsville (Mar. 8) and at Dayton (Mar. 20) … three-hit afternoon at Dayton came in the series opener and he followed with two more hits in game two … drilled a two-run home run in the first inning in series-opening win against Xavier (Apr. 9) … went 3-for-3 with an RBI double at Niagara (Apr. 14) … ripped second RBI double in three games at Canisius (Apr. 17) … scored a career-high three runs and added second triple of the season at Bucknell (Apr. 22) … went 12-for-27 over the final seven games of the season to improve batting average from .250 to .284 … On the mound … tied for the team lead with two saves … made 13 appearances, including 12 in relief … finished with a 5.74 ERA over 15.2 innings … tossed just two pitches en route to picking up the save against Villanova (Mar. 3) … made second start of his career at Niagara (Mar. 31), striking out season-high three batters over four innings … preserved 13-10 win over Duquesne (May 10) by recording final out for second save.
As A Freshman (2008)
Productive on the mound and at the plate in first season in the Brown and White … At the plate … hit .208 from the right side of the plate with 13 runs scored, 25 hits and 18 RBI … second on the team with two triples and one of eight players to hit a home run … had five multi-hit games … half (9) of his RBI came with two-outs … also stole three bases … opened collegiate career with a 3-for-4 day against Long Island (Feb. 23) that included two triples, two runs scored and an RBI … followed with a season-high three RBI against Canisius (Feb. 23) … collected two hits and two RBI in a win over Lehigh (Mar. 2) … had two more hits against Lehigh (Mar. 3) the following day … ripped an RBI double in A-10 opener at Fordham (Mar. 21) … went 2-for-4 with a run scored and RBI in Championship Game of Big 4 Classic against Niagara (Apr. 30) … went on a four-game hit streak in mid-May … also reeled off five consecutive games with an RBI … drilled first career home run in opening game at Richmond (May 15) … had an RBI single and walked twice against Temple (May 21) in the A-10 Tournament … On the mound … led the team with a 3.06 ERA over 16 appearances … also led the team with 11 game finished and gave up no home runs all season … had 15 strikeouts over 17.2 innings … only allowed an earned run in three of 15 relief appearances … tossed two scoreless innings and struck out a season-best five batters against Mount St. Mary’s (Feb. 28) for first career save … allowed no runs over final five appearances, going a combined 5.1 innings with four strikeouts and one walk.
Multi-sport star at St. Marys … attended West Liberty State on a wrestling scholarship … started at the 165-lb. weight class … helped West Liberty State to a sixth place finish at Division II Nationals.
Born on April 22, 1987 … son of Frank and Connie Steinbach … has two older sisters, Missy (29) and Loren (25) … business management major.