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2014: (Game-by-game) Second-team All-Ivy … Started 40 games at second base … Batted .304 – second on the team, with a .338 on-base percentage and .446 slugging percentage, while driving in 23 runs … Led the team in doubles with 14, and triples with two … Fourth on the team in runs scored, with 21 … Recorded 14 multi-hit games, including five straight games with two hits (4/5-4/9) … Collected two hits, including a triple, and scored two runs versus Monmouth (3/9) … Had back-to-back two-hit games against Richmond (3/14 and 3/15) … Tied a career high for hits in a game, going 4-for-4 and scoring four times against Lafayette (3/23) … Collected his second triple of the season at Villanova (3/27) … Drove in three runs on three hits, and scored twice versus Yale (3/31) … Went 2-for-3 with an RBI against Harvard (4/5) … Hit his only home run of the season while knocking in two runs at Dartmouth in game one, and doubled twice two drive in two more runs in game two (4/6) … Collected two hits and scored a run against Saint Joseph’s (4/8) and Saint Peter’s (4/9) … Doubled and drove in a run against Cornell (4/12) … Went 3-for-4 with three doubles and three runs scored against the Univ. of Sciences (4/16) … Recorded two doubles and three RBI at Princeton (4/20) … Had two hits, and scored twice versus Columbia (4/25) … Collected two hits, including his 14th double, in the one-game playoff with Columbia (5/3).
2013: Big 5 Rookie of the Year ... First-team All-Big 5 second baseman ...Named second-team All-Ivy by College Sports Madness ... Ivy League Rookie of the Week (3/5) … Big 5 Player of the Week, Ivy League Player of the Week and co-Ivy League Rookie of the Week (3/26) … Started 42 games, finishing second on the team in batting average (.320) and slugging (.477) while leading the Quakers with 19 doubles, 31 RBI and 82 total bases … Also tied with Ryan Deitrich for the team lead with 55 hits … Tied for Ivy League lead in hits with 55 ... Third in Ivy League in total bases (82) ... Fourth in Ivy League in RBI with 31 ... Stole seven bases … Finished Top-10 nationally in doubles-per-game with 0.45 ... Launched a home run and a double in Penn debut at William & Mary, driving in two runs (3/1) … Went 3-for-6 with a double, two runs scored and three runs driven in at William & Mary (3/2) … Stole two bases and batted in two runs in 6-0 win over Duke (3/5) … Had a three-hit game at Winthrop, driving in a run (3/10) … Roped two doubles as part of a three-hit game at George Washington, driving in two runs (3/16) … Came up with a hit in 11 straight games, including a stretch with five games of at least one double (3/20-4/2) … Produced another three-hit performance against Villanova, knocking in two runs and scoring twice (3/20) … Went 4-for-5 with a home run and four runs scored at Lafayette (3/23) … Knocked in two of Penn’s three runs in a 3-2 win over Dartmouth (3/30) … Final three-hit game of the season came at Brown and included a double, an RBI and a run scored (4/6) … Had a double in both sides of a doubleheader at Yale (4/7) … Drove in three runs as part of a two-hit day in win over Lehigh (4/17) … Had three hits and scored four runs in a doubleheader at Cornell (4/20).
High School: A three-year letterwinner in baseball while also competing for the Team USA U18 hockey team ... Named first-team All-State by numerous publications including the Chicago Tribune and Chicago Sun-Times in 2011 ... Named the NW Herald Baseball Player of the Year, Hockey Player of the Year and Athlete of the Year in 2011 ... Was a high honor roll member in every semester of high school.
Personal: Son of Dee and Tom Vilardo ... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences with a concentration in Economics.