On Jarosinski: Veteran outfielder who is poised to return to his old form after a down season at the plate in 2005 ... capable of hitting for power and average ... is very focused and has exhibited a ferocious work ethic in the offseason ... has also made major strides defensively.
As a Junior (2005): Started 36 games in the outfield and at designated hitter ... stole a career-high five bases ... missed eight games with a sprained knee midway through the year ... collected his first hits of the season in the series opener at UNC Wilmington, going 2-for-5 with two runs (Feb. 18) ... went 2-for-4, posting his second multi-hit game and first RBI of the season against Lemoyne (Feb. 25) ... was 3-for-5 with two doubles, his first home run of the season and an RBI in the series finale against Virginia Tech (Mar. 6) ... finished a combined 3-for-4 with a double and two RBI in two games against UMES (Mar. 9) ... went 2-for-4 with two RBI and three runs in the series opener at NC State (Mar. 11) ... tied season-highs with three hits and two RBI in the series opener versus Wake Forest including a walk-off single in the bottom of the ninth inning (Apr. 22) ... 2-for-4 with a double and a walk in the series finale against the Demon Deacons (Apr. 24) ... was 2-for-3 with a season-high tying two RBI in the first game of a doubleheader against Towson (May 4) ... walked three times and scored two runs in the second game.
As a Sophomore (2004): Led the team and finished among the ACC leaders with 16 home runs (2nd, .29/game), 58 RBI (5th, 1.04/game) and 124 total bases (10th, 2.21/game) ... had one of the most productive seasons in Maryland history, finishing among the school's all-time single season leaders with 16 home runs (t-6th), 31 extra-base hits (t-10th), 58 RBI (10th) and 217 at-bats (9th) ... also tied a Maryland record with three home runs in a game versus Hartford (Mar.14) ... was one of two Terps to start all 56 games ... finished third on the team with 40 runs scored and a .571 slugging percentage ... had 16 multi-hit games and 17 multi-RBI games ... hit .433 (13-30) with six home runs and 18 RBIs over a seven-game March hitting streak (Mar. 9-19) ... had at least one extra-base hit in each of those seven games, collecting a total of 10 over the streak ... had hits in nine straight ACC games from April 10 through May 7 and also walked six times over that stretch ... tied for the team-lead with 18 walks on the year ... homered and drove in four runs in the team's second game of the season versus Charleston Southern (Feb. 20) ... walked a season-high three times at Clemson (Apr. 3) ... went 4-for-12 with six RBI, four extra-base hits and three runs in the Wake Forest series (Apr. 23-25) ... was 2-for-4 with a home run, double, five RBI and three runs scored in the team's ACC Tournament play-in game against Wake Forest (May 25).
As a Redshirt Freshman (2003): Brought a consistent bat to the lineup, finishing second on the team with a .314 average... had a nine-game hit streak from April 15 to April 26, going 15-for-28 (.535) with six RBI over that span ... collected four hits and three RBI in loss to Clemson (April 20) ... went 9-for-13 with first career home run and five RBI in that series ... went 3-for-4 with two RBI vs. Florida State (May 11) ... launched his second career home run vs. William & Mary (May 14), which followed a blast by Jason Maxey, the first back-to-back Terp home runs since 2001 ...
As a Freshman (2002): Redshirt season.
At Sherwood: Two-year letterwinner in baseball ... shared team MVP honors as a senior with former Terp Justin Maxwell ... a first-team All-County selection and started in the county All-Star game as a senior ... batted .421 with 24 RBIs and four home runs in his final year ... stole 17 bases in 17 attempts ... was only thrown out once in 30 attempts in his high school career when attempting to steal a bag.
Personal: Son of Pam and Paul Jarosinski ... a letters and sciences major.
Jarosinski's Career Batting Statistics
Year Avg. GP/GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI Slug.% BB SO SB 2003 .314 39/24 105 14 33 6 0 2 14 .429 11 16 0 2004 .272 56/56 217 40 59 13 2 16 58 .571 18 51 4 2005 .228 39/36 136 17 31 9 0 2 16 .338 17 35 5 Totals .269 134/116 458 71 123 28 2 20 88 .469 46 102 9
Jarosinski's Career Highs
Hits: 4, vs. Clemson (4/20/03)