2013: An ACC Academic Honor Roll selection for the third consecutive season ... Appeared in 17 games, starting 13 behind the plate and four as designated hitter ... Missed the final 38 games of the season due to injury ... Had a team-leading .344 batting average before suffering season-ending injury ... Also contributed seven doubles, a triple, eight runs scored and eight RBI ... Began the season with a 3-for-5 performance at No. 13 Florida, adding a double, a triple and an RBI ... Had a stellar series against Towson, going 8-for-11 at the plate with two doubles and three RBI over the three games ... Went 2-for-4 with an RBI and two runs scored March 8 at No. 24 Miami.
2012: Earned All-ACC Academic Baseball Team honors ... Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll ... Played in 49 games with 46 starts ... Made 42 starts at catcher, three at first base and one at designated hitter ... Led the team with a .312 batting average and tied for the team lead in both hits (53) and stolen bases (7) ... Ranked 17th in the ACC in hitting with his .312 batting average ... Had a team-high 14-game hitting streak from April 1 to April 24 ... Hit .349 with runners in scoring position ... Recorded 14 multiple-hit games, including two four-hit performances ... Was 4-for-6 with two home runs and three RBI at Charlotte April 24 ... The two homers against the 49ers were the first of his career ... Went 4-for-4 at Longwood May 6 with a double and two RBI ... Slugged .459, good for second on the squad ... Belted 10 doubles, three triples and three home runs ... Scored 21 runs ... Finished second on the team with 31 RBI ... Amassed seven multiple-RBI games, driving in three runs on three occassions ... In ACC play, hit .301 with six doubles, two triples and a team-high 18 RBI ... Had a .985 fielding percentage with just six errors on 400 chances for the season.
2011: An ACC Academic Honor Roll selection ... Appeared in 19 games with 12 starts ... All 12 starts came behind the plate ... Hit .205 with eight hits, two RBI and two runs scored ... Had a .990 fielding percentage ... Hit .286 in ACC games ... Had a pair of multi-hit games, with a season-high three hits against Georgia Tech ... Had a season-high two RBI against Georgia Tech.
High School: Four-year letterwinner at Mamaroneck High School ... Was a Preseason All-America first team selection as a senior before being sidelined with an injury for the entire season ... Still managed to set the Mamaroneck record for career RBI ... Led Mamaroneck to consecutive New York State AA Championships ... As a junior, was named Preseason All-America second team and followed through with a .467 batting average, 32 RBI and 11 extra-base hits ... Hit no less than .452 in his three seasons ... Earned all-section, all-league and first team Tri-County All-Star honors ... Set the Mamaroneck single-season RBI record as a sophomore with 58 runs batted in ... Led the state in that category and was only one RBI shy of tying the New York state record ... Hit .452 that year with 19 extra-base hits and 42 runs scored ... Set a state record with 100 runs produced ... Led his High School squad to a 30-2 record that year along with a No. 7 national ranking by Collegiate Baseball ... Earned all-section, all-league and first team Tri-County All-Star honors ... As a freshman, led the league in batting average despite being the only freshman on the Mamaroneck squad ... Hit .464 his first season with 26 RBI, 11 extra-base hits and 29 runs scored ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Member of the National Society of High School Scholars ... Co-president of the Student Athletic Association.
Personal: Born Michael Jon Rosenfeld on February 12, 1992 in Port Chester, N.Y. ... The son of Andrew and Pamela Rosenfeld ... Has a sister (Brooke).