|Concato's Career Statistics|
Granted a fifth season due to a freshman season cut short by injury.
Ranked 12th in the Ivy League and second on the team with 3.60 ERA ... never allowed more than four runs in any of his six starts, and provided four quality starts ... suffered tough-luck loss at 27th-ranked TCU after yielding just two earned runs without a walk over six innings ... did not walk a batter in next start at Cornell either, and left with a 4-3 lead after giving up three runs in six stanzas of a 5-4, 11-inning win ... fanned a season-high four batters in a tough 5-4 loss to Columbia ... threw a career-high eight innings versus Yale on April 12 in his lone victory of the year, a 12-3 triumph ... deserved more than a no-decision in a 3-1 win against Harvard, surrendering just one run over six frames with four strikeouts ... earned first career save with two hitless innings in the Rolfe Division playoff against Yale.
Second on the team with 11 appearances ... posted 10-to-1 strikeout-to-walk ratio, by far the best among Big Green hurlers ... did not walk a batter over first 19.2 innings ... contributed innings in two shutouts ... maintained a three-run lead against Utah with two perfect innings in the seventh and eighth ... tossed two scoreless stanzas in a 4-0 win over UAB ... fanned a career-high six batters against Slippery Rock, a nationally ranked Division II squad, in first start of the year ... earned a victory out of the bullpen against Siena, yielding a run over two frames in a 15-7 triumph ... surrendered a single earned run in 4.1 innings of work at Quinnipiac, striking out three ... provided a quality start to pick up second win of the season at Holy Cross, going six innings while yielding three runs and punching out three in a 19-4 win ... retired all six batters he faced against St. Anselm ... held Quinnipiac without a run in 2.2 innings and struck out three ... tossed two frames in the second game of the Ivy Championship Series at Columbia.
Led team in ERA among qualifiers... surrendered just two runs over six innings, striking out a career-best four batters, in first start of the season at Sacramento State, but did not get a decision in an 8-2 defeat ... tossed a pair of shutout innings with a pair of punchouts in relief during the home opener against Amherst, a 5-2 victory ... first win came against Saint Anselm as he yielded three runs, one earned, over five frames in the 12-4 triumph ... followed the victory up with a no-decision despite giving up just two runs over 5.2 innings to Holy Cross in a 4-2 win ... got a win out of the bullpen at Brown, allowing just a run in two innings, in a 9-5 comeback triumph ... best outing came versus Quinnipiac, a six-stanza start in which he allowed one unearned run on five hits and a walk while matching his season high with four whiffs, then the bullpen closed out his 5-3 victory ... hurled three innings of one-run relief in the opening game of the Ivy Championship Series.
First collegiate appearance came at UCF in relief ... recorded first strikeout during a scoreless stanza against Akron ... made first start versus UMBC and surrendered three unearned runs in five innings of work to earn his first career victory ... walked just one in the start and fanned one as well ... tossed two innings in the win over Siena ... got the start at Quinnipiac in a Big Green win, 16-8 ... sidelined the remainder of the season with an injury.
Three-year letterwinner at Amity High for coach Sal Coppola ... posted a 19-3 record with four saves during his prep career, including five victories in conference- or state-tournament games ... first-team all-state as a senior captain for the Spartans, which went undefeated in the regular season before finishing 24-2 ... helped Amity to three straight Housatonic Division championships in the Southern Connecticut Conference ... selected to the Dream Dozen of Connecticut American Legion in the summer after his junior campaign ... chosen as team’s pitcher of the year as a junior ... awarded the 2010 Gregg Ceccarelli Baseball Scholarship ... elected to the National Latin Honor Society.
Majoring in environmental studies ... son of John and Joanne has one younger brother ... born Dec. 24, 1991 in New York City ... has volunteered his time with American Cancer Society Relay for Life the last two years ... enjoys fishing.