Michael Scioletti
Michael Scioletti



Class of 1998
Baseball

Mike Scioletti graduated in 1998 after an outstanding four-year baseball career. A first team Northeast All-American, Scioletti was also named to the first team All-ECAC and graduated as the owner of 11 Academy records on both season and career levels while establishing 10 Patriot League standards.

At the time of his graduation, Scioletti held Army career records for runs batted in (152) and established season standards for home runs (12), doubles (15) and runs batted in (67) while setting league marks for batting average, home runs and runs batted in.

The lone baseball player to lead his team in batting average, home runs and runs batted in, Scioletti led Army to the 1997 Patriot League championship and was named the league's Player of the Year, the first Army baseball player to do so. He was a three-time Patriot League all-star, appeared in Sports Illustrated "Faces in the Crowd," section and was a co-winner of the prestigious Army Athletic Association award. He also excelled in the classroom where he was a third-team Academic All-American and two-time District Academic All-America choice.

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