AS A SOPHOMORE: Played in 17 games, starting five...Hit .258 with a home run, five RBI, and four runs scored...All five RBI came in two games against NYIT (3/20).
AS A FRESHMAN: Played in 19 games, starting two during his rookie season...Finished the year with a .174 average, going 4-for-23 with 3 RBI...Recorded his first career hit with a pinch hit single in a loss to West Virginia (3/15)...Made both starts in consecutive appearances against Vermont (4/30) and Canisius (5/2), recording hits and runs in both games.
BEFORE SIENA: Lettered three years in baseball as a shortstop for coach Kyle Dennis and two in football at wide receiver and free safety for coach Larry Greene at Central Bucks East...Named Suburban One All-League as a senior...American Legion All-Star selection last three years...High Honor Roll student all four years...Suburban One All-League Football as a free safety his senior year...Bucks County All-Star Football Select Team...Adam Henry Scholarship winner...Brother Brian Trymbiski Jr. is a catcher at Pittsburgh.
ROSSI ON TRYMBISKI: "Ted can do a little bit of everything, and he'll be used in a utility role this year. He will add depth to the outfield and can fill in the infield if necessary."
TRYMBISKI CAREER BESTS
First Hit: West Virginia (3-15-09)
At Bats: 4 - Canisius (5-2-09)
Hits: 1 - Twelve times
Runs: 2 - Vermont (4-30-09)
RBI: 3 - NYIT (3-20-10)
Longest Hit Streak: 2 games - Three times