2012: NE-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll (Both Semesters). Athletic Director's Honor Roll (Fall Semester). Played in 24 games for Stonehill making 18 starts, 15 at catcher and three at first base. Hit .138 (8-for-58) with eight runs scored, four runs batted in and six walks. Compiled a .980 fielding percentage in 147 chances (135 putouts, nine assists, three errors). Went a perfect 3-for-3 with a runner on third base and less than two outs. Notched his first-career collegiate hit and RBI against Post University on February 25. Posted his first multi-hit contest of his career with a 2-for-4 showing, two runs scored and one run batted in against Adelphi University in game two of a doubleheader on March 25. Drew a season-high two walks in a game against Felician on February 24 and also stole his first-career base in the contest. Also swiped a bag against American International College in game two of a doubleheader on March 15. Had two sacrifices in a March 24 contests versus Pace University in the second game of a twinbill. His 15 starts at catcher were the second highest on the club. Stonehill went 10-5 overall when he started behind the plate for the Skyhawks. When starting and batting in the eighth slot in the lineup, Stonehill went 7-1 overall on the season. Hit seven times in the eighth slot and 11 times in the ninth slot in 18 starts. Only had one passed ball behind the plate. His .980 fielding percentage ranked second highest on the team among all players with at least 100 chances in the field. Ranked fourth on the team in putouts with 135. Threw out two base stealers behind the plate.
High School: 2011 graduate of Belchertown High School. Four-year letter winner in baseball. Two-year captain (junior and senior seasons). Named an Under Armour Pre Season All-American. Bay State's gold medal award winner. All-Western Mass. First-Team selection. Played for the Legion Post 239 team and Dream Bat Bombers.
Personal: Born on April 19, 1993 in Boston, Mass. Son of Kim and Paul Anziano of Belchertown, Mass. Has one sister, Catherine (17). Lists greatest sports moment as winning a gold medal at the Bay State Games. Lists favorite team as the Boston Red Sox and favorite athelete as Dustin Pedroia. Majoring in business.