Meadowbrook, Pa. / Germantown Academy
At Delaware: Will continue to serve as a veteran reliever for the Blue Hens.
2011: Appeared in 10 games out of the bullpen during his second season on the mound for the Blue Hens • made his season debut with an inning of work during the second game of a doubleheader against No. 9 Arizona State on February 26 • earned a victory in his very next appearance after piecing together a strong effort against UMBC on March 1 • held the Retrievers to just one hit and did not allow an earned run • continued his sturdy performance out of the bullpen after surrendering just one run over his next three appearances, spanning four innings of work • saw action in three Colonial Athletic Association contests before anchoring the midweek bullpen during the final month of the season • fired two pristine innings against Villanova on April 27, striking out two without surrendering a hit to the Wildcats • tossed 1.1 frames of scoreless ball against Princeton on May 3 before wrapping up the season against Maryland on May 10 • struck out two and did not allow an earned run over 1.2 innings against the Terrapins.
2010: Made nine appearances with one start in his first season at Delaware • held the lowest ERA on the team at 3.38 and went 1-0 • threw 16 innings, allowing six earned runs while striking out 14 batters • had a career-high three strikeouts against Old Dominion on May 14 in his final appearance of the season, pitching 3.1 innings in relief in the 14-4 loss • picked up his lone win of the season in a 9-6 12-inning victory over Temple on May 4 • pitched the 11th inning and to the first two batters of the 12th before picking up the win.
High School: Standout competitor for Germantown Academy in Ambler, Pa. • attended the same high school as current UD teammate Ian Hoff • earned three letters as a shortstop and third baseman • also competed in ice hockey and football • helped the team win the Inter-Academic Conference championship in 2006 • also was a member of the squad that won the Pennsylvania Independent Schools State championship in 2004 • earned five letters as a goalkeeper for the ic hockey team.
Personal: Nicholas Peter "Nick" Stampone ("stamp-pone") • son of Frederick and Karen Stampone • has two brothers • father played baseball at former Blue Hen rival Drexel University • brother, Tyler, was an All-Colonial Athletic Association baseball player at William & Mary and signed a professional contract with the Baltimore Orioles • Tyler batted a team-best .382 in 2009 for the Tribe • majoring in international relations with a minor in Italian at Delaware.