6 Dan Noonan
6 Dan Noonan
Birth Date: 02/08/1989
Height: 6-3
Weight: 215
Year: Senior
Hometown: Westport, MA
High School: Westport
Position: INF

NOTABLES Will compete for time as the starting DH as well as battle for innings in right field ... Hoping to have a bounce-back season after a disappointing junior campaign ... Made some offseason swing adjustments that look promising ... Enters the season as the Beacons' career leader in times hit by pitch with 34.

2010 Saw action in 43 of 49 games, while making 32 starts ... Began the season at shortstop before moving to become the team's primary right-handed designated hitter ... Batted .277 (36-130) with three home runs, eight doubles and 22 runs batted in ... Drew 11 walks and was hit by a pitch a 15 times to ranks second among Little East Conference leaders and contribute to a .390 on-base percentage ... Scored 28 runs ... Hit .409 (9-22) during a five-game hitting streak from April 10-18 ... Batted .293 (17-58) over the final 23 games of the season ... Batted .311 (14-45) against left-handed pitching and .306 (11-36) with runners in scoring position ... Recorded nine multi-hit efforts ... Made five appearances on the pitching mound, including a pair of starts and compiled a 1-1 mark with a 4.50 earned run average ... Struck out 10 batters and walked nine, while allowing just 11 hits in 16 innings of work ... Held opposing hitters to a paltry .208 (11-53) batting mark ... Lefties m

Noonan 2009: Made the move from pitching to strictly batting and playing the field and responded with a .372 (55-148) batting average to rank third on the team and 20th among Little East Conference hitters ... Broke the school record with 42 runs batted in, which ranked 16th among LEC leaders ... Shattered the school standard for being hit by a pitch 19 times to lead the LEC and rank sixth in the nation ... Posted a .484 on-base percentage to stand second on the team and 11th in the conference ... Stole 18 bases, the fifth-most in school history, to tie for second on the team and rank eighth in the LEC, while placing 19th among league leaders with 55 hits, which was the fifth-most in a season in program annals ... Scored 36 runs for the eighth-highest mark in school history ... Started 23 games at third base, before starting the remaining 18 contests at shortstop and recorded 90 fielding assists to rank 11th among LEC leaders ... Led the team hitting .448 (30-67) with runners in scoring position and feasted on left-handed pitching with a .406 (13-32) batting mark ... Led the team with 17 two-out RBIs and hit .442 (19-43) in two-out situations ... Closed out the season with a personal-best 10-game hitting streak, hitting .439 (18-41) with 16 RBIs ... Hit safely in 31 of 41 games ... Tied for the team lead with 12 multi-RBI efforts and Registered 17 multi-hit outings, including a 4-4 output with three runs batted in vs. Rhode Island College in the Little East Conference tournament on May 2 ... Smacked a double and a triple in the same game twice, including a 3-3 effort with three RBI vs. Framingham State College on April 8 ... Went 28 plate appearances without a strikeout from March 19-28.

2008: Made seven appearances on the mound and posted a 10.97 earned run average with an 0-0 record ... Pitched 10 and two-thirds innings, while striking out nine and walking three ... Allowed one or fewer earned runs in four appearances ... Pitched a hitless inning with a strikeout at Eastern Nazarene on April 17 ... Struck out three batters in two innings at UMass Dartmouth on May 5.

Personal/High School: Four-year letterwinner in baseball and basketball at Westport High School ... Named an All-Star for his junior and senior campaigns for the Wildcats' baseball team by both the Standard Times and the Herald News ... Tabbed to the baseball Superteam ... Earned Most Valuable Player honors for the WHS baseball nine and was selected the squad's Captain ... Named to the Standard Times Basketball Superteam and landed a spot on the Herald News All-Star Team ... Recipient of the Wildcats' basketball MVP award and was also anointed the team's Captain ... Four-year letterwinner for the Westport High School soccer team as well ... Recognized as a Dave Cowens Award nominee ... Born February 8, 1989 ... Son of Kim Noonan ... Majoring in business management ... Enjoys sports.