|Feinstein's Career Statistics|
Tied for the team lead with 50 hits and 16 multi-hit games, plus tied for second with six stolen bases … had a career-high three RBIs in a game five times, most of anyone that had at least three … began the season on a tear, hitting safely in 13 of the first 14 contests to post a .410 average … hit .583 (9-for-16) the opening weekend with two doubles, three runs and six RBIs … matched his career high with four hits, including two doubles, while driving in three runs to help wallop St. Bonaventure, 13-1 … extedned his streak of multi-hit games to four by going 2-for-4 with an RBI double, providing the lone run in a 1-0 triumph over 17th-ranked Miami … hit .412 (7-for-17) with two doubles, four walks, four runs and an RBI in the four-game split at The Citadel … collected two singles, a double, a run and two RBIs in a 9-1 win over Southern Maine … walked and scored the winning run in the ninth of a 4-3 win over No. 26 UCF … rapped out two singles and drove in three to help beat Columbia, 6-2 … went 5-for-9, scored twice and brought home three runs in a twinbill split at Penn … stole two bases during a 7-6 victory over Princeton … tripled and scored two of the five runs in a shutout win over Cornell … reached base four times on two singes and two walks against UMass Lowell … recorded three RBIs in a 5-1 win over Brown … singled twice and crossed the plate twice to help knock off Boston College, 8-3 … ended the year going 4-for-11 in the series against Harvard.
Led Dartmouth with a .427 on-base percentage, second with a .306 average and 16 walks ... played in 30 games, starting 25 as a rookie (14 in left field, five in center, six in right) ... five of his six multi-hit games came in his first six starts ... reached base safely in the first 15 games that he came to the plate, tied for the longest streak by a Big Green hitter all year ... had a perfect collegiate debut going 4-for-4 against Villanova ... went 9-for-19 (.474) with a double, four runs and an RBI in one four-game stretch during the spring trip ... gunned down a Lehigh runner at the plate in the second game of a twinbill ... singled and scored the go-ahead run in the seventh of 4-2 victory over Maine ... both of his stolen bases came in the 2-1 win at Stetson ... singled twice and walked twice in the 9-8, 10-inning loss at Princeton ... drove in the winning run with a single in the fifth of a seven-inning, 3-1 victory over Columbia ... threw out another runner at the plate, this time in the series opener at Brown ... reached base four times with a double and three walks while scoring three times in the 15-0 blanking of the Bears ... singled and scored the first run in the 2-1 win at Harvard.
Four-year letterman at Friends Academy ... captained the team for coach Matthew Stecher as a junior and senior ... helped the squad win a conference championship as a sophomore and junior ... Nassau County Baseball Coaches Association All-League as a sophomore, All-County as a junior and All-Conference as a senior ... also fourth-team Class C all-state by the New York State Sportswriters Association ... played basketball in final year, helping team share the conference championship with a 10-2 record ... student government vice-president during senior year.
Full name is Matthew Joseph Feinstein ... son of Steven and Yvonne Feinstein has one brother ... born June 18, 1997 in Queens, New York ... father player baseball at George Washington ... has an uncle Stuart who ran track at Colgate and another, David, who rowed at Yale ... music lover plays the piano and will on occasion sing while in the outfield ... enjoys skiing and video games ... considering a major in economics to prepare for a business career.