Alex Kowalczyk drives in a career-high four of Pitt's eight runs.
2015: Opened the season against Saint Louis by going 3-for-4 with a home run, two singles, two RBIs and three runs scored ... Reached base twice on a single and a walk versus Ohio State ... Blasted a solo home run at Wofford ... Drove in a run with a sacrifice fly and walked at USC Upstate ... Hit an RBI triple and later scored against ETSU ... Had one hit in the first game against VCU ... Crushed a two-run homer in the second game vs. VCU ... Singled and reached base twice in five trips to the plate in the finale against VCU … Went 1-for-2 with a walk in the first game against No. 1 Virginia … Clubbed a home run in a 1-for-3 effort against Niagara in game one … Drove in two and doubled in the second game with Niagara … Was 3-for-5 with a homer and scored two runs in game one against No. 11 North Carolina … Stole two bases and scored a run against Penn State … Doubled and scored a run versus Akron … In the final two games at Duke, had two hits, including a double in each.
2014: Appeared in 49 games, making 44 starts...Finished the year with a .226 average, 37 hits, eight doubles, two home runs and 14 RBI...Went 2-4 with two RBI and two runs to open the season against Coastal Carolina...Homered in the opening game of the season...Opened the season on a five-game hit streak...Recorded 21 hits in ACC play...Career high four hits going 4-5 against North Carolina. Set a career high 10-game hit streak from March 18 to April 1.
JC/High School: Frabasilio is a right-handed hitting third baseman from Chandler, Arizona. He played for Todd Eastin at South Mountain Community College in Phoenix, Ariz. Jordan was a National Honor Society member at Hamilton High School where he was part of a 5A1 State Runner-Up in 2011. During Hamilton's run to the title game, Frabasilio hit seven home runs and was awarded the Most Improved Player Award as well as being named Fiesta All Region Honorable Mention and an ACBA All-Star Alternate. Jordan hit seven doubles, four triples, and had one home run with 29 RBI at South Mountain as a freshman and hit .450 in the Arizona Collegiate Wood Bat League this past summer.