2002: Played in 57 games as a junior, including 25 starts in left field, 17 at first base, six as the designated hitter, five in right and one in center...earned second-team All-Conference USA and All-Louisiana honors after finishing second on the team in stolen bases (23), third in runs scored (57), fourth in batting average (.316), total bases (95) and doubles (tied with 11), and fifth in slugging percentage (.422) and on-base percentage (.360)...ranked seventh in C-USA in runs scored and sixth in stolen bases...paced the Green Wave defense with a .985 fielding percentage with just one error in 179 opportunities...had 21 multiple-hit games, including a career-best four hits at Pepperdine (Feb. 10) and at UAB (April 12), and tallied three multiple-RBI outings, including three RBI vs. Louisville (May 3)...had 10-game hitting streak from Feb. 19-March 13 when he hit with a double, a triple and two RBI...missed nine games with a sports hernia, but hit .383 (46-of-120) in 28 games after his return, collecting hits in 23 of those games...scored a career-best four runs at UAB (April 13)...had a string of six consecutive games with a stolen base from Feb. 24-March 8.
2001: Saw action in 42 games as a sophomore, including eight starts in left field, one in right and one at designated hitter...had five multiple-hit games and five multiple-RBI contests...came up with the game-winning hit with two outs in the bottom of the ninth vs. Oklahoma State (May 26) in the NCAA Regionals and at Southeastern Louisiana (April 4)...had a three-game hitting streak from April 17-25 when he hit .556 (5-for-9) with two home runs, a double, three runs scored and six RBI...tallied three hits, scored three runs and set career-highs with two home runs and four RBI at Southern Miss (April 22)...had 2-for-2 showings twice vs. Georgia State (March 2, 4)...also had two-hit performances twice vs. Siena (March 9, 11)...was perfect 5-for-5 in stolen bases, marking the second straight year he did not get caught stealing.
2000: Played in 35 games as a redshirt freshman, including five starts in right field and three in center...began the year with a three-game hitting streak when he hit .333 (4-for-12) in a three-game series against San Diego State (Feb. 11-13)...had a season-high two hits against the Aztecs on Feb. 12, including his first career home run...also had a career-best three walks in the series finale vs. SDSU (Feb. 13)...was a perfect 4-for-4 in stolen bases on the year.
1999: Earned a spot on the team as a walk-on...redshirted in his first season with the Green Wave program.
High School: Two-year starter at Bishop England High for coach David Morro after playing first two prep seasons at Porter-Gaud High for coach Rickey Tillman, seeing time at center field and third base...helped the Bishops win the state Class AA Championship as a junior...earned All-SCISSA Conference honors as a freshman, sophomore and junior...in 1997, earned All-Region 7-AA honors after hitting .399 in the regular season, .472 in the playoffs and belting 12 home runs...helped lead his Charleston American Legion Team to the conference championship and earn a berth in the state semi-finals in 1998.
Personal: Full name is William Aaron Feldman...born Feb. 21, 1980 in Charleston, S.C...son of Stanley and Mary Feldman...cousin, Stacey Arnovitz, played collegiate tennis at Tufts University...one of 17 family member to attend Tulane University...majoring in business.