Career Accolades: Three-time Ivy
League champion (2009, 2010, 2012) ... Played in 30 career games and started 19 ... 2012 second-team All-Ivy.
2012: Second-team All-Ivy ... Started nine games at right guard for the Ivy League champions ... Missed one game due to injury (Penn's only Ivy loss) ... Protected blind side of
quarterback Billy Ragone, who ranks second in program history
in career total offense ... Blocked for two rushers who finished in the top 10
in the Ivy League in rushing ... Penn had a 100-yard rusher in each of
its final three games ... Penn finished third in the league in rushing
offense (149.4 ypg).
2011: Started all 10 games at right guard ... Penn finished third in the Ivies in scoring and allowed the third-fewest sacks in the Ivy League ... Blocked for
quarterback Billy Ragone who finished
with the fifth-best offensive season in program history (2,284
yards of total offense) ... Two Penn players
finished in the top 10 in the Ivy League in rushing.
2010: Played in eight games for the Quakers, including each of the last four ... Penn's offensive line led the Ivy League and finished fourth in the nation in sacks allowed ... Penn also led the Ivies in rushing offense (sixth in the nation), total offense and scoring offense.
2009: Played in Penn's last two home games ... Part of an offensive line that gave up the fewest sacks in the Ivy League and supported the league's third-best rushing attack.
St. Joseph's Prep HS: Three-year letterwinner ... 2008 first-team All-Catholic defensive tackle ... 2007 and 2008 second-team All-Catholic guard ... Big 33 All-Star Game selection in 2008 ... 2008 all-city honoree ... Tex Flannery Philadelphia Catholic League Scholar-Athlete Award winner
Personal: Son of Diane and Robert Pinciotti ... Enrolled in Wharton.