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Height: 6'1"
Weight: 200
Year: Senior
Hometown: Saugus, Calif.
High School: Saugus
Major: Studio Art


Lombardi's Career Statistics
  2012 .243 39-37 136 21 33 6 0 2 25 45 .331 8 4 25 5 .300 2 2 1-1 24 51 6 .926  
  2013 .294 39-39 143 26 42 12 1 4 39 68 .476 6 1 32 2 .314 6 0 0-1 16 50 5 .930  
  2014 .277 39-38 141 18 39 9 3 5 26 69 .489 10 2 24 3 .327 3 0 0-2 24 91 13 .898  
  2015 .253 42-41 146 17 37 7 0 0 25 44 .301 16 3 17 6 .335 2 1 4-5 31 94 7 .947  
.267 159-155 566 82 151 34 4 11 115 226 .399 40 10 98 16 .320 13 3 5-9 95 286 31 .925  

Graduated with the Dartmouth career record for sacrifice flies (13) ... also had played in the fourth-most games (159) and was ranked ninth on the career lists with 115 RBIs.

SENIOR (2015)
All-Ivy League Second Team at third base ... Senior CLASS Award candidate ... recipient of the James H. Cooke Award, given to the Big Green four-year letterwinner who did the most for the baseball program ... led conference third basemen with 94 assists ... had a .982 fielding percentage in league games ... second on the team with 25 RBIs ... recorded 10 multi-hit games ... twice strung together a pair of seven-game hitting streaks ... doubled in a run and scored another in a tough 4-3 loss to 14th-ranked Texas A&M in the season opener ... delivered clutch two-out RBI single in the 9th at Pepperdine to tie the score ... drove in all three runs of a 4-3 loss with a double at Cal State Northridge ... went 2-for-4 with a two-bagger, walk, run and RBI in the 7-1 win at Cal Poly ...hit .328 (20-for-61) over the final 18 games ... singled and scored the game-winning run in extra innings of the first 3-2 win at Yale ... went 8-for-17 with four runs and four RBIs in the four-game sweep of the Bulldogs, including his only three-hit game of the season ... drove in four runs to match a career high by going 1-for-3 with two walks in the 8-7 triumph over Brown ... played 18 straight errorless games at the hot corner ... scored three runs and started the game-winning, two-run rally in the ninth of a 6-4 victory at Harvard with a single ... hit safely in all four games against the Crimson, going 6-for-14 (.429) ... went 2-for-3 with a walk and a run in Ivy League Championship Series opener, a 7-6 Dartmouth victory.

JUNIOR (2014)
All-Ivy Second Team at third base ... among the league’s top 10 in triples (3, t-3rd), slugging (.489, 4th), homers (5, t-6th), RBIs (26, t-6th), total bases (69, 9th) and assists (91, t-8th and most among third basemen) ... had the most total bases (39) in Ivy games and was second with a .557 slugging percentage ... one of just two Ivy players to hit two home runs in a game all season ... third on team with 12 multi-hit games, second in multi-RBI games ... recovered from a slow start to hit .322 and slug .600 after the month of March ... had a five-game stretch in early April in which he went 8-of-18 (.444) with two doubles, a triple and two four-baggers with seven RBIs ...  also drove in three runs in an 8-7 win over Holy Cross, the last two tying the game in the bottom of the ninth ... in the next game, he swatted two home runs and drove in four runs in the first game against Yale, an 8-2 victory, in consecutive innings ... hit safely in all four games at Brown as part of a modest six-game hit streak during which he hit .458 (11-for-24) ... doubled, homered and batted in two runs in the third game against the Bears, a 7-0 triumph ... belted second career grand slam in a 16-8 win over St. Anselm ... began crucial series against Harvard by going 3-for-3 with a double and scored the eventual winning run in a 4-2 victory ... cranked a two-run triple and a two-run homer in the 11-4 win over Yale in the Rolfe Division Playoff game ... hit safely in both games of the Ivy League Championship Series.

Named to first team for All-Ivy and New England All-Stars at third base ... second in the league with 39 RBIs ... led Ivy hitters with six sacrifice flies, plus ranked among the top 10 in doubles and slugging percentage ... did not commit an error at the hot corner in any of his first 28 games, extending his streak to 58 contests dating back to his rookie season ... hit .346 with runners on base ... opened season on a 12-game hitting streak with a .383 average (18-for-47), six doubles, three homers and 18 RBIs ... selected as the Dairy Queen Classic Most Outstanding Player as he went 6-for-12 and drove in five runs in the three games, including two doubles, a homer and four RBIs against host Minnesota in the opener ... also picked up the Ivy League Player of the Week honor from the league and for his performance at the Metrodome ... singled home the tying run in the ninth against Army, then came around to score the go-ahead marker in a 5-2 victory ... launched a three-run blast in a 4-0 win over UAB ... provided three extra-base hits (two doubles and a triple) with three RBIs in an 11-8 triumph over Bradley ... popped another three-run jack and drove in another run with a sacrifice fly against Siena in a 15-7 slugfest ... delivered a key two-run single to break open a 3-2 game in the seventh to help the Green defeat Quinnipiac, 9-4 ... drove in two of the six runs in the 6-1 win over Princeton ... collected four RBIs for third time on the season with another three-run bomb and an RBI single in a 19-4 shellacking of Holy Cross ... went 7-for-15 (.467) with two doubles, three runs and three RBIs in the four-game sweep of Brown ... brought home first two runs of a 9-1 win over Yale with a first-inning double ... was 2-for-4 with an RBI double in game two of the Ivy League Championship Series at Columbia.

Finished the season strong, batting .382 (13-for-34) with two doubles, a homer and 10 RBIs over the final nine games, hitting safely in eight of those contests ... did not commit an error at the hot corner during the final 30 games of the year (57 chances) ... devastating hitter with the bases loaded, posting a .556 average (5-for-9) with three doubles, a homer and 13 RBIs ... first collegiate hit — a double — came in season opener at 13th-ranked LSU ... delivered a two-out RBI single in the sixth to tie the score at three in the series finale against the Tigers ... went 3-for-4 with a double, two runs, two RBIs and a stolen base at Cal Poly ... drilled a three-run double the next day at UC Irvine, giving the Green a 4-2 lead in the fifth ... smacked a two-run double and a two-run homer in an 11-2 trouncing of Penn ... had two RBIs in a 4-3, extra-inning loss at Brown, the second of which tied the score in the sixth at three apiece ... started a seven-run sixth at Harvard by walking, then capped the scoring with a three-run double in the 11-3 win ... crushed a grand slam in the second game of the twinbill against the Crimson, equaling his season-high with four RBIs and highlighting the 12-3 victory ... matched another season high the next day against Harvard, rapping out three hits with a double, two runs and an RBI as Dartmouth earned the series victory in an 8-3 win ... reached base twice in each of the three games in the Ivy Championship Series with four singles and two walks, scoring once in each game and driving in a run in the 7-1 Big Green win.

Four-year letterwinner at Saugus for coach John Maggoria ... served as captain at Saugus in his senior season ... helped the Conejo Oaks to the 2010 USA Baseball 16U Championships where they put up an 8-1 record ... second-team All-Foothill League and team defensive MVP as a sophomore ... selected to the all-league first team as a junior ... enjoyed an MVP season in final campaign, once again earning first-team all-league honors and the Randy Ajer Scholar Athlete Award ... active member of National Honor Society ... Key Club and music club ... National Honor Scholar.

Son of Joe and Donna has one older brother, Scott ... born Oct. 3, 1993 ... nickname is “Nubbs” ... related to Gerald Wojdon who played basketball at the University of Toronto ... accomplished outdoorsman and dancer.

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