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Garrett Cannizaro
Garrett Cannizaro

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Mandeville, La.

High School:
Mandeville

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 185

Position:
IF

Birthdate:
08/10/1990

B/T:
R/R


04/16/2013

Stellar Pitching, Defense Gives Tulane a 5-2 Win Over ULM

Randy LeBlanc gets his second straight win on the mound, Bowen Woodson makes great plays at second base

04/15/2013

Back-to-Back Games Against ULM, UNO in Store for Tulane Baseball Midweek

Team will play in Monroe on Tuesday at noon before returning home to face UNO on Wednesday

04/14/2013

Baseball Drops Game Three to East Carolina, 4-2, Behind Two ECU Home Runs

Wind plays a factor after storms clear the area

04/13/2013

12th Inning Single by Cannizaro Scores Winning Run Against East Carolina

Greenies win, 5-4, after playing their second straight extra-inning game

04/12/2013

Ninth Inning Rally Ties Game, But Baseball Falls in 13 Innings to East Carolina

Longest game of the season for Green Wave ends in 3-2 defeat

03/26/2010

Baseball vs. Marshall (3/26/2010)

Baseball posted a 4-3 Walk-off win over Marshall to open Conference USA play at Greer Field at Turchin Stadium

Cannizaro's Career Honors
Year Honor/Award
2013 Presason All-Conference USA
2013 College Sports Madness Preseason All C-USA Second Team
2012 Second Team All-Louisiana
2011 Preseason All-Conference USA
2010 Conference USA All-Freshman Team


Career Notes: One of the finest infielders Tulane has ever seen...appeared in 222 games, making 221 starts, while batting .283 with 125 runs, 233 hits, 41 doubles, five triples, 11 home runs, 134 RBI, 87 walks and 11 stolen bases...leaves Tulane with the fifth most starts in school history with 221...sixth in Tulane history with 544 defensive assists...seventh in school history in double plays turned with 86...19 sacrifice hits tied for eighth most all-time in Tulane history...823 at-bats are good for ninth in school history...tied for 13th in games played with 222...233 hits are the 16th most by a Greenie...drafted in the 18th round (547th overall) of the 2013 MLB First-Year Player Draft by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.

Senior (2013): A 2013 Preseason All-Conference USA Team member...appeared in 56 games, all starts (47 at third base, five at second base, two at shortstop and one each at right field and designated hitter)...batted .263 with 27 runs, 52 hits, 14 doubles, three home runs, 33 RBI, 26 walks and three stolen bases...tied for the lead on the squad with three home runs...33 RBI were good for third on the team...his .264 batting average was fourth best on the team...had a team-leading 10 multi-RBI games, while recording 14 multi-hit games, good for fourth best on the team...had two RBI and a double versus Missouri State (2/17)...went 3-for-4 with two RBI and his first home run of the season against Notre Dame (2/24)...had a 1-for-4 day at the plate with two RBI at Alabama (3/3)...had a seven-game hitting streak from 3/8-3/19...went 1-for-3 with two RBI and a walk against High Point (3/8)...recorded a 2-for-3 day at the dish with two walks and two runs at Southeastern Louisiana (3/12)...collected a single hit against Southeastern La. (3/13) and against UTSA (3/15 and 3/16)...went 2-for-3 with a run, one home run and four RBI against UTSA (3/17)...collected his 200th career hit against UNO (3/19)...was 2-for-4 with a double and two RBI against Memphis (3/24)...had four-straight multi-hit games in April, going 2-for-6 with an RBI against ECU (4/13), back-to-back 3-for-4 performances against ECU (4/14) and Louisiana-Monroe (4/16) and a 2-for-3 game against New Orleans (4/17)...had a 2-for-5 performance at the plate in game two of a doubleheader at Marshall (4/27)...was 2-for-5 with two runs, two RBI and a home run at UCF (5/10)...went 2-for-4 with two runs and an RBI the following day at UCF (5/11) and closed the series with a 2-for-4 day at the plate at UCF (5/12)...went 2-for-3 with a double, a run, an RBI and two walks against UAB (5/16)...was 2-for-4 with one run and a double against UAB (5/18)...collected a hit in each of the Conference USA Championship games: versus Southern Miss (5/22), versus ECU (5/24) and versus Houston (5/25).

Earned Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll honors.

2012 (Junior): Named Second Team All-Louisiana by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association...started 55 games, missing three due to injury...made 54 starts at third base and one at shortstop...drove in the game-winning run five times; twice versus Siena (2/18 & 2/19), versus Southeastern Louisiana (2/28), at East Carolina (2/27) and vs. East Carolina (5/23) at the Conference USA Tournament...ranked among the Conference USA leaders in RBIs (42, 8th) and hit-by-pitch (9, 9th)...led the team in hit-by-pitch and at-bats (226)...was second on the squad in assists (121), sacrifice bunts (5) and was third in doubles (12), runs scored (42) and RBIs...was fourth in hits (69), stolen bases (6) and total bases (95)...was fifth on the team in home runs (4)...boasted 21 multi-hit games and ten multi-RBI contests...carried a team-long 15 game hitting streak from April 10 - May 4 and had a 12-game streak from March 16 - April 5...reached base in 50 of 55 games and carried a 16 game reached base streak...was a part of five double plays...opened the season with seven hits, five runs scored and four RBIs in a four-game series versus Siena (2/17-19) and walked three times with one RBI in each contest...hit a home run as one of his three hits, scored twice and drove in five RBIs versus Southeastern Louisiana (2/28)...had two hits and drove in three RBIs in the series opener against Alabama (3/2)...had a hit in each of the final two games at Wichita State (3/10-11)...churned out six hits - including four doubles - scored six runs and plated nine RBIs against Brown (3/16-18)...had one hit in each of the three games versus UMBC (3/23-25)...doubled, scored a run and plated an RBI at Southeastern Louisiana (3/27)...posted his first career multi-home run game in the series finale at Memphis (4/1)...had four hits, two runs scored, two RBIs and two stolen bases versus Alcorn State (4/4)...had two hits - including a double - a run and an RBI versus Southeastern Louisiana (4/17)...had two hits in the series opener against #19 UCF(4/20)...boasted two hits - including a home run - with two RBIs in the middle game versus #19 UCF (4/21)...singled twice and scored two runs against Northwestern State (4/24)...had five hits and plated on RBI in three game at East Carolina (4/27-29)...chipped in two hits, one run and an RBI at #4 LSU (5/1)...had six hits, two runs scored and two RBIs in three games at Houston (5/11-13)...had two doubles and a triple in the series finale at Houston (5/13)...plated a pair of RBIs versus East Carolina (5/23) at the Conference USA Tournament...was hit-by-pitch against UAB (5/25) and UCF (5/26).

2011 (Sophomore): Earned Preseason All-Conference USA honors...appeared in 57 games with 56 starts...drove in the game-winning run five times during the season - versus Northwestern State (3/1), at Ole Miss (3/6), versus New Orleans (3/18) and UAB (4/30) and at Marshall (5/15)...Led the team in assists (176) and tied for the team lead in triples (3)...ranked second on the squad in doubles (8) and third on the squad in fielding chances (273), RBI's (30) and total bases (62)...was a part of 41 double plays...held a season-best eight game hitting streak from March 1-March 13...also held a seven game hitting streak from May 7-May 20...ended the season by reaching base in 11 straight games, beginning on May 7...posted nine multi-hit games and six multi-RBI games on the season...went two-for-five with a double and two RBI's versus George Washington (2/26)...was singled three times and plated an RBI in the series opener versus Northwestern State (3/1)...plated three RBI's and was one-for-two with a walk in the series finale at Ole Miss (3/6)...walked twice and was one-for-three in the series finale versus Wichita State (3/13)...had two hits - including a triple - and drove in three RBI's against Alcorn State (3/16)...collected six hits - including a four-hit game (3/18) - with three doubles, a triple and two walks, while driving in four RBI's in a three-game series versus New Orleans (3/18-20)...was two-for-four with three RBI's in the series opener at UCF (4/8)...had two this in the series finale at Rice (4/17)...singled, walked, scored a run and drove in an RBI against Southeastern Louisiana (4/19)...doubled for one of his two hits in the series finale with Utah (4/23)...posted four hits, scored three runs and drove in an RBI in the final two games for a three game series with UAB (5/6-8)...doubled, walked, scored twice and placed an RBI in the series opener at Marshall (5/13)...doubled for one of his two hits and drove in four RBI's in the series finale at Marshall (5/15)...had a hit in each game at the Conference USA Tournament (5/25-27), with an RBI versus Houston (5/27) in the tournament finale.

2010 (Freshman): Earned Conference USA All-Freshman Team honors...Started 54 games at shortstop...plated the game winning run four times - versus New Orleans (2/24), Towson (3/14), Kansas (3/17) and Marshall (3/26)...led the team in assists (140) and was third in fielding chances (241)...was a part of 25 double plays...was second on the team with four hit-by-pitch and five sacrifice bunts...collected 15 multi-hit games and six multi-RBI contests...posted a 15 game hitting streak from February 20 through March 14...closed the season on a 10 game hitting streak...reached base safely in the first 16 games of his career...collected his first collegiate hit with a seventh inning single against Boston College (2/20) in the second game of the season...plated his first career RBI with a first inning single against New Orleans (2/24) to go along with three hits...posted four hits, scored three runs and drove in a pair of RBI's in a three-game set against Lipscomb (2/26-28)...doubled and scored a run in a midweek tilt at South Alabama (3/3)...went three-for-five with a run scored and an RBI in the series finale against #19 Ole Miss (3/7)...went two-for-five with a triple, a walk, an RBI and a runs scored at New Orleans (3/9)...singled, walked twice and drove in a pair of runs in the series finale versus Towson (3/14)...singled, doubled, scored a run and drove in an RBI in the series finale against Kansas (3/17)...singled twice and drove in three RBI's in the second game of a series versus St. Mary's (Calif.)...plated the game winning RBI with a sacrifice fly in the bottom of the ninth inning versus Marshall (3/26)...was two-for-three with a walk and a run scored in the first game of a double-header at East Carolina (4/3)...scored twice, walked and hit his first career home run in the series opener against Rice (4/9)...was three-for-four with a walk, an RBI and a run scored in the second game of the series versus Rice (4/10)...homered and walked in the series opener at Memphis (4/23)...posted two singles, walked and scored twice in the series finale at Memphis (4/25)...smacked a home run in the series opener against Southern Miss (4/30)...was two-for-three with a double and a pair of RBI's against Louisiana-Monroe (5/4)...collected seven hits, scored three runs and drove in four RBI's in a three game set at Houston (5/7-9)...posted a hit in each game of a three-game series versus UCF, scoring five runs and driving in two RBI's in the series (5/20/22).

About Garrett Cannizaro

Prep: A four-year letterman at Mandeville High School...selected as a first-team all-district and all-parish for three straight seasons...hit .390 as junior season hitting five homeruns with 30 RBI... also posted a 5-0 record with two saves on the mound with a 1.91 ERA to accompany his efforts at shortstop...summer league experience with the Louisiana Knights as team MVP and also received the team's Gold Glove award...selected to participate in the East Coast Professional Showcase Tournament in Lakeland, Florida in 2008.

Personal:Born Garrett Lawrence Cannizaro on August 10, 1990...son of Gary and Susan Cannizaro...older brother Andy Cannizaro is in the Tulane Hall of Fame and has seen time in the big leagues with the New York Yankees and the Tampa Bay Rays.

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