Milville, Del. / Indian River (Roanoke College)
At Delaware: Second-year member of the team with versatility will challenge for a significant role in the outfield and add depth in the infield.
2012: Appeared in 51 games (40 starts in the outfield) in his first season with the Blue Hens • made UD debut in first game of a doubleheader on Feb. 18 at Houston, where he appeared as a pinch-runner and scored one run • made first start for the Blue Hens in game two of the doubleheader against the Cougars and collected two hits in the game • led the team with Joe Giacchino in stolen bases (7) and stolen base attempts (9) • tallied 10 multi-hit games, 2 multi-RBI games and 3 multi-runs-scored games • had three, three-hit games (Feb. 25 at The Citadel, Mar. 7 vs. Del. State and Apr. 14 vs. VCU) • collected an eight-game hitting streak from Apr. 3-15 • hit .367 (11-for-30) with one home run and four RBI during the hitting streak • hit .100 (1-for-10) in three games at the Virginia 529 CAA Baseball Championships .
2011: Sat out the 2011 season.
2010 (at Roanoke College): Appeared in 26 games, including 24 starts • finished second on the team with a .374 batting average and a .495 slugging percentage • set a new school record with 13 stolen bases • also scored 25 runs and legged out a pair of triples • roped two doubles and knocked in a pair during a three-hit performance in just his third career game against Huntingdon on February 19 • set a new school-record with seven at bats against Guilford on March 23, finishing the game with four hits, three runs scored, and a pair of RBI • that effort kicked off a season-best seven-game hitting streak, highlighted by four consecutive multi-hit efforts • went a perfect 4-for-4 with one run scored and two stolen bases during the second game of a doubleheader against Lynchburg on April 3 • also excelled on the soccer field, earning All-Conference accolades in 2009 and 2010 • started 34 games over that time, scoring nine goals with seven assists • drove home a pair of game-winners during his final season in 2010.
High School: Earned four letters as a standout member of the Indian River baseball team • selected to the All-Conference squad three times for his efforts as an infielder • also starred on the soccer team for four years • earned All-State honors twice for his performance on the soccer field.
Personal: Cameron Vincent Travalini ("trava-leeni") • son of Jerry Clark and Lisa Travalini • has five siblings • excelled academically in high school, earning a spot in the National Honor Society while receiving Indian River’s Superior Academic Achievement Award • majoring in psychology at Delaware.
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