|Onstott's Career Statistics
Finished his career having played (168) and started in (165) more games than any Dartmouth player ... also ranked fourth in walks (78), tied for fifth in triples (11), sixth in hits (188), seventh in RBIs (117) and tied for seventh in runs (119) ... collected 48 multi-hit games and 32 multi-RBI games ... hit .342 (117-for-342) with a .512 slugging percentage with runners on base ... twice named All-Ivy Second Team.
Second-team All-Ivy second baseman ... also filled in at third base for 14 games in mid-season when Jeff Keller went down with an injury ... earned the James Henry Cooke Award, given to the four-year letterwinner who has done the most for Big Green baseball during his career ... tied for third in the Ivy League with three triples and ranked sixth with 33 RBIs ... hit safely in 22 of the first 25 games ... had five separate hit streak of five or six games throughout the season ... doubled home the tying run with two outs in the ninth at UCF, leading to an 8-6 Dartmouth victory in 10 ... went 3-for-5 with an HBP, two runs and two RBIs in the 19-2 trouncing of Akron ... drove in both runs of the 3-2 loss to Northwestern, the second coming with two outs in the ninth to tie the game ... singled and doubled in the 11-run first frame against UMBC ... hit a double and a triple in the home opener versus Siena ... provided a walk-off single in a 4-3, 10-inning triumph over Princeton ... went 2-for-4 with three RBIs, including the go-ahead single during the eight-run eighth, in the 15-10 win against Boston College ... was a perfect 4-for-4 with a double and a walk while scoring three times in a 11-3 defeat of Brown ... the next day had his second walk-off hit of the season with a double in a 2-1 win against the Bears, becoming the first Big Green player to have two walk-off hits in a season in 20 years (Tim Carey ’92) ... cranked a four-bagger in the 4-1 win over the Crimson ... began the comeback from a five-run deficit at Harvard the next day with a two-run single in the sixth of the 10-8 triumph ... popped a two-run homer in the seventh inning of the second game of the Ivy Championship Series to cut the deficit in half at 4-2 before the Green rallied for the win in the eighth.
Preseason All-Ivy as selected by Baseball America ... only Big Green player to see action in all 46 games, setting a school record ... hit safely in 21 of the first 23 games this season while batting .373 (31-for-83) with 11 of his 14 extra-base hits ... collected 12 multi-hit games and eight multi-RBI games ... strung together a 12-game hit streak early in the year, tying Jake Carlson for the team’s longest over the season ... drove in 10 runs in the first five games of the hit streak ... stole home on a double steal against top-ranked Virginia ... went 2-for-3 with a triple and three RBIs in the 14-2 win over Long Island ... next day knocked in both runs of a 2-1 win against Bradley, one coming on a solo blast ... kept hit streak alive with a pinch-hit double against Illinois in his only appearance off the bench ... produced an RBI triple then scored the tying run in the seventh during 4-3 walk-off loss at Bethune-Cookman ... recorded a career-high five RBIs in a 16-1 win at Cornell ... had a season-high three hits in a 5-4, 10-inning win at Princeton ... launched first career grand slam in a 9-4 win over Columbia ... scored twice in a 4-2 win over Holy Cross ... last home run came in 7-6 combeack win at Brown on April 24.
Second-team All-Ivy second baseman ... posted a 14-game hitting streak leading up to the NCAA Regionals, the second longest by a Dartmouth player during the season, while walking in the last eight of those games ... Led the Ivy League in walks for the second straight year ... smacked a two-run shot for his first homer of the year in the 14-8 win at Penn ... delivered a game-tying sacrifice fly in the eighth of the 8-6 win over Siena in the first home game of the year ... hit one of two two-run pokes by the Big Green in a 4-1 win over Princeton ... singled, doubled and tripled in two separate conference games ... one of those games was a 14-2 win over Harvard as he had a career-high four RBIs as well ... got off to a slow start due to an illness, but batted .400 the last 23 games before the regional ... also hit .400 (32-for-80) with runners on base and all but one of his extra-base hits came with at least one teammate aboard ... went 7-for-14 with two doubles, a homer, five runs and four RBIs in the Ivy Championship series.
Named the team Rookie of the Year ... Ivy League Rookie of the Week twice ... led the team in doubles and second in walks and stolen bases ... after a slow start, hit .388 over his last 32 games ... had 16 multi-hit games, including two four-hit performances and one five-hit game (Quinnipiac) ... feasted on Bobcat pitching, going 3-for-5 in the other game against QU ... strung together a 10-game hit streak, going 21-for-41 (.512) with five doubles, a homer, nine runs and nine RBIs ... also had a string of scoring a run in nine consecutive contests, and another walking in eight straight ... reached base five times in the 19-18 win over Army, scoring the 19th run in the ninth ... rapped out three hits and collected 10 putouts from his position at second base in the 6-5 win over Northwestern ... belted first career homer in his five-hit game ... doubled twice and drove in three in the 18-11 triumph at Cornell ... drilled a solo shot against Brown in an 8-2 victory ... singled four times and drove in two in an 11-inning loss to Yale ... singled and scored the winning run in the bottom of the 12th against Vermont ... went 6-for-16 (.375), including a four-hit game, with two doubles, two runs and two RBIs in the Ivy Championship series.
Lettered all four years at Langham Creek for coach Armando Sedeño ... served as team captain senior year ... second team all-district as a junior, first team as a senior ... baseball student-athlete of the year for Greater Houston area ... also ran cross country as a freshman and was team captain as a sophomore.
Psychology major ... son of Jim and Mary has two sisters ... born Aug. 28, 1988 in Boston, Mass. ... plays the guitar ... ran a marathon at the age of 14.