|High School:||Mark T. Sheehan|
2012: Appeared in 32 games for Stonehill making 21 starts. Recorded 11 starts in center field, six in left field and four as the designated hitter. Was the team's primary leadoff hitter down the stretch starting 15 games as the table setter for the Skyhawks. Hit .194 with eight runs scored, two doubles and four runs batted in. Went 3-for-5 in stolen base attempts on the season. Posted a .943 fielding percentage in 35 chances (26 putouts, seven assists, two errors). Had two multi-hit games on the season. Strung together a six-game hitting streak, fifth best on the team, from April 17 to April 24. Also scored three runs and knocked in a pair of runs during that span to go along with one extra-base hit. Went 2-for-5 with two runs scored against UMass Lowell on May 2. Was 2-for-4 versus Merrimack Colelge on May 6. Knocked in his first-career collegiate RBI against the University of Bridgeport (March 14). Collected his first-career collegiate hit in his first-career start versus Felician College in game one of a doubleheader on February 24. Recorded his first-career collegiate double with a 1-for-2 showing against American International College in game two of a twinbill on April 9. Alsohad a double against Franklin Pierce University on April 21 in game one of a doubleheader versus the Ravens. Stole his first-collegiate base against Southern New Hampshire University in game one of a two-game set on April 14 on the road. Also had stolen bases against UMass Lowell (May 2) and Merrimack College (May 6).
High School: 2011 graduate of Mark T. Sheehan High School. Three year letterwinner in baseball. Selected to the All-Conference Academic Team as a sophomore. Started for the State Championship team in his senior year. Served as captain in senior year. Selected to the Senior All-Star Team. Played for Team Connecticut Baseball and the Wallingford Legion Post 187 teams.
Personal: Born November 16, 1992 in New Haven, Conn. Son of Donna and Bill Horobin of Wallingford, Conn. Has one sister, Lisa (25). Lists winning his high school state championship during his junior season as his greatest sports moment. Lists career goals are being drafted by a Major League Baseball team. Lists favorite athlete as Dustin Pedroia. Majoring in accounting.