|Hometown:||New Hyde Park, N.Y.|
|Roulis' Career Statistics|
NECBL All-Star during the summer of 2015.
Began season by being named to Dairy Queen Classic All-Tournament Team ... hit .400 (6-for-15) with a double, triple, two runs and two RBIs in the three games to help Dartmouth claim the title ... went 1-for-3 in next game against Army, but suffered a hamstring injury that would plague him the rest of the season and limit him to just three more appearances on the diamond ... only other start came against Princeton with a 2-for-3 performance, including a triple, only to aggravate the injury.
Appeared in all but one game, the second most on the squad ... also ranked second among Big Green players and tied for fifth in the Ivy League with 32 RBIs, leading the squad with 11 multi-RBI games ... hit .388 (19-for-49) with runners in scoring position ... even better with bases loaded, going 4-for-7 with a walk and 12 RBIs ... was flawless in the field for the first 22 games, totaling 72 chances ... started season well with a .360 average (9-for-25) and eight RBIs in the first six contests ... went 2-for-4 with a double and two RBIs in the 5-4 defeat at #13 LSU ... drove in four of the seven Dartmouth runs in the final two games against the Tigers ... had three hits and a double in two of the games at Sacramento State ... produced three RBIs, including the first two in the fifth, in the 6-1 triumph over the Hornets ... belted first career homer during the 8-2 victory at Princeton, a two-run shot to cap the scoring ... hit safely in 20 of the last 24 games ... capped the three-run, sixth-inning rally against Penn with a two-run single to help lift Dartmouth to a 6-3 win ... equaled his season high with three hits to help beat Columbia, 11-3 ... recorded a 10-game hitting streak in mid-April, going 12-for-38 (.316) ... stroked a two-run double to complete a five-run eighth in a 9-5, come-from-behind win at Brown ... produced three RBIs the next game against the Bears in a 12-1 triumph ... singled, doubled and walked twice, plus scored a season-high three runs, in the 14-5 win at Hartford ... brought home at least one run in each of the last five contests, including five of the 11 runs scored by the Big Green in the Ivy Championship Series, going 3-for-13 with five RBIs in the ICS ... named co-MVP of the Atlantic League over the summer after his rookie campaign … ranked by Perfect Game as the sixth best pro prospect in the Atlantic League.
Earned varsity letters as a junior and senior at Chaminade for coach Michael Pienkos ... served as team captain in senior season, earning league MVP honors while leading his squad to a 20-4 record and the Nassau Suffolk Catholic High School Athletic Association (NSCHSAA) League and playoff championhsips ... also chosen as team MVP and first-team All-Long Island ... all-league and all-county as a junior and senior ... recipient of Chaminade’s Joseph F. Thomas Student-Athlete Award ... helped the JV team to NSCHSAA League and playoff titles as a sophomore, and the freshman team to a league crown as well while earning team MVP honors both years ... two-time NSCHSAA Player of the Year in soccer, earning all-state recognition as a senior captain when he led the team to a 22-1 record and the state championship ... National Honor Society ... wrote for the school newspaper.
Only son of William and Marina has two sisters ... July 11, 1993 in Queens, N.Y. ... father played basketball and baseball at Hartnell College and San Diego State ... third-degree black belt in Soo Bak Do karate and has competed in and won numerous national and international tournaments in form and sparring ... contemplating a math or economics major ... enjoys reading, traveling, working out and coin collecting.