22 Anthony Longhitano
22 - Anthony Longhitano
Height: 5-9
Weight: 165
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Cuyahoga Falls
High School: Cuyahoga Falls
Position: SS

BALDWIN WALLACE INFORMATION:

SPORTS PLAYED AT BW (YEARS AND LETTERS WON):  As a senior in 2012, Anthony played in his fourth season of baseball and earned his fourth varsity letter. As a junior in 2011, Anthony played in his thrid season of baseball and earned his third varsity letter.

ATHLETIC HONORS: As a senior in 2012, Anthony was named as a second-team All-Ohio Athletic Conference performer. As a freshman in 2009, Anthony received the Most Outstanding Freshman Award, as decided on by the B-W coaching staff.

GENERAL BASEBALL INFORMATION: Anthony had a solid four-year baseball career at Baldwin-Wallace College. He earned four varsity letters and was one of the top shortstops in the OAC during his career. During his time here in the Brown & Gold, B-W posted an overall record of 75-72-1. Overall, he appeared in 122 varsity games, including 111 starts, had a .307 career batting average (118-for-384) with 83 runs scored, 12 doubles, one triple, one home run, 55 runs batted-in andhad 19 stolen bases in 26 attempts. In addition, Anthony was a solid defensive shortstop and had a .932 career fielding average and committed just 36 errors in 490 career chances.

As a freshman in 2009, Anthony played his first season of baseball and earned his first varsity letter  Anthony saw time on the varsity at shortstop and second base, making 18 appearances and nine starts.  He hit .278 (10-of-36) with a double, six RBI, and eight runs scored.  Defensively, Anthony had a .941 fielding percentage as B-W finished 19-19 overall.  Anthony earned the B-W Baseball Outstanding Freshman Award, as voted decided by the B-W Coaching Staff.

As a sophomore in 2010, Anthony played in his second season of baseball and earned his second varsity letter.  He appeared in 30 games, starting 29 of them and hit .227 (20-for-88) with one double and one triple. Anthony also had nine RBI and 21 runs scored. Defensively, Anthony had a .924 fielding percentage. B-W finished the season 12-23-1.

As a junior in 2011, Anthony played in his third season of baseball and earned his third varsity letter. He started all 34 games at shortstop for the Yellow Jackets. Anthony hit .305 (32-of-105),  with 21 runs scored, four doubles, 13 RBI, and he posted an on-base percentage of .348. He also stole five bases and recorded a .912 fielding percentage.  B-W finished 17-17 on the season.

As a senior in 2012, Anthony played in his fourth season of baseball and earned his fourth varsity letter.  He appeared in all 40 games and started 39 of them. Anthony hit .361 (56-of-155) on the year with 33 runs scored, six doubles, 27 RBI and one home run. Anthony drew 11 walks and swiped 13 stolen bases as well. For his outstanding play all season, Anthony was named as a second-team All-OAC performer as well as the Yellow Jackets Gold Glove Award winner, as decided by the B-W coaching staff. He helped lead B-W to the most wins in baseball history with 27 for a record an overall record of 27-13.

HIGH SCHOOL INFORMATION:

HIGH SCHOOL ATTENDED: Cuyahoga Falls

NAME OF HIGH SCHOOL CONFERENCE: Northeast Ohio

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS PLAYED (YEARS & LETTERS EARNED): Anthony played four years of basketball and baseball. He earned three varsity letters in baseball and two in basketball.

HIGH SCHOOL HONORS, SPECIFY SPORT & YEAR: (ALL-CONFERENCE, DISTRICT,  ETC.): In basketball in 2008, Anthony recieved the All-Northeast Ohio Conference honorable mention for his outstanding play on the court. In baseball in 2008, Anthony was a first-team selection to the All-Conference NOC Valley Division Team and voted his team's Most Valuable Player following the conclusion of his senior year. Also as a senior in baseball, he was also named as a second-team All-District performer in Northeast Ohio.