2011: Named Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America ... Started 55 games as a freshman ... Started 31 games at first base and 24 in right field ... Led the team in doubles (15), triples (six), home runs (four), RBI (39), runs scored (41), slugging percentage (.481) and total bases (99) ... His 39 RBI were the most by a Duke freshman since 1999 ... Became only the seventh player in Duke's history to lead the team in RBI, runs and extra-base hits ... His six triples rank as the sixth-most in a single season in school history ... Hit .291 with 60 hits ... Stole eight bases in 10 attempts ... Had a .989 fielding percentage ... Committed only four errors in 349 chances ... Hit .383 with runners in scoring position ... Led Duke with 19 two-out RBI ... Had 16 multi-hit games, with a season-high three hits against Villanova, Boston College and Florida State ... Had a team-high 11 multiple-RBI games ... Had three-RBI games against Richmond, Villanova (twice) and Boston College ... Hit home runs against Charlotte, Clemson and Davidson (twice) ... Had an eight-game hitting streak ... Had a 20-game errorless streak.
High School: Three-year letterwinner at Battle Ground Academy ... Hit .490 with four homers and 20 RBI in 15 games as a senior ... Tabbed Preseason All-America second team as a senior ... As a junior, hit .420 with six homers, 36 RBI, 20 stolen bases and 31 walks ... Named all-state, all-district and all-region ... Also earned all-county first team honors ... Selected to the Power Showcase in 2008 and 2009 ... Named the Top Hitter at the 2009 Sunshine Classic ... The runner-up in the 17-U Home Run Contest at the BCS Finals ... Also lettered on the basketball team three years and on the football team as a freshman ... Tabbed all-county and all-region as a center on the basketball team ... Selected to the National Honor Society as a sophomore.
Personal: Born Christopher Michael Marconcini on February 18, 1992 in Houston, Texas ... The son of Glen and Kim Marconcini ... Has two brothers, Matthew and Stephen.