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Ricky Alfonso
Right Handed Pitcher /Middle Infielder,Outfielder
Barrington, IL
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My Academics

 GPA : 4.00    Class Rank   --
 ACT : 27    SAT : 0
Counselor : Joan Bell Phone No. : --
College Commitment : Indiana University College Major : Finance

My Honors

1. Prep Baseball Report Class of 2011 Showcase – Saturday, September 12, 2009
7. Ricky Alfonso, OF, Barrington HS: This 6-foot-1, 165-pound left-handed hitting outfielder was one of the top hitters at the event. Alfonso has quick hands and bat speed through the zone, evidenced by his two home runs he hit during the first round of BP. In the outfield, he moves fluidly with a solid, accurate throwing arm. Also ran a 7.09 60.
2. Perfect Game USA Underclassmen Preseason All-American Teams RICKY ALFONSO Recgonized as HONORABLE MENTION
Annual awards recognize the top Underclass athletes at the high school level “To receive the Perfect Game Preseason All-American Award is a tremendous achievement for these high school athletes,” said Jerry Ford, President, Perfect Game USA. “We’re proud to recognize their talent as they continue to prepare for their future in baseball.” Ricky Alfonso OF 6-1 170 North Barrington IL Barrington
3. Ricky Runs personal best for 60 yrds. @ Home Run facility with coach Olen
Ricky runs 6.72 first attempt 6.69 2nd attempt on 5/31/2011
4. 2011 Mid Suburban All - Conference Selections
1. Rickey Alfonso-­? Barrington 2. Jimmy Pinokidis-­? Buffalo Grove 3. Ryan Nisbet-­? Buffalo Grove 4. Andrew Van Wazer-­? Buffalo Grove 5. Joe Belmonte-­? Conant 6. Kyle Gizynski-­? Conant 7. Jack Czezewski-­? Elk Grove 8. Dan Guido-­? Elk Grove 9. Josh Jyawook-­? Fremd 10. Kurt Kaufman-­? Fremd 11. Sean Stutzman-­? Fremd 12. Mike Danielak-­? Hersey 13. Sean Thompson-­? Hersey 14. Joe Perricone-­? Hersey 15. Kevin Grudzinski Hoffman Estates 16. Trent Rehusch-­? Hoffman Estates 17. Cody Bobbit-­? Palatine 18. Dan Haze-­? Palatine-­? 19. Joe Walsh-­? Palatine-­? 20. Kurt Becker-­? Palatine 21. Alex Miramontes-­? Palatine 22. Matt Molini-­? Prospect 23. Pete Bonahoom-­? Prospect 24 Jack Landwher-­? Prospect 25. Luke Bergman-­? Prospect 26. Ben Menich-­? Prospect 27. Kurt Donner-­? Prospect 28. Eric Lowe-­? Rolling Meadows 29. Mark Bielanski-­? Schaumburg 30. Matt Brancato-­? Schaumburg 31. Ryan Hayes –Schaumburg 32. KalvinThong-­? Wheeling
5. Top Tier Captures USA Baseball Labor Day Cup in Cary, NC
The former Top Tier 17U Americans picked up right where they left off in their first tournament after winning the 17U CABA World Series. Now seniors competing in the 18U division, Top Tier went a perfect 5-0 this past weekend in Cary, NC en route to winning the 2010 USA Baseball Labor Day Cup. The wood bat tournament was held at the USA Baseball National Training Complex and included teams from around the country. Ricky Alfonso was a key contributor going 5/11 with 5 rbi's 3 runs scored 7/7 in stolen bases and 3 sac bunts. USA Labor Day Cup Game Log: Pool Play vs. Music City Outlaws (TN) 2-1 Pool Play vs. Charlotte Hurricans (NC) 9-2 Pool Play vs. Carolina Lake Monsters (NC) 5-0 Semi Finals vs. Carolina Baseball Club (NC) 9-2 Championship vs. SSK Baseball (CA) 3-0 For more information on the USA Baseball Labor Day Cup click here: NOTES: The 5 game sweep in Cary moved Top Tier’s winning streak to 17 games. The 18’s have won 25 of 26 in their past 3 tournaments. Top Tier will suit up next at the Perfect Game Kernals Foundation Tournament in Cedar Rapids, IA September 17-19.
6. Broncos rally to claim regional crown 6/4/2009
Lost in all of the late-inning excitement was a key defensive play turned in by Barrington right fielder Ricky Alfonso, who made a diving catch of what looked like an extra base hit in the fourth inning of the then-scoreless game. "He read the ball well," Hawrysko said. "That was a very big out." Ricky Alfonso makes a diving catch in right field during the fourth inning of Saturday's 2-1 win over Prospect in eight innings that earned the Broncos the regional title. (Brian O'Mahoney/Staff Photographer)
7. Sun-Times top 100 baseball players
Outfielders School Class Ricky Alfonso Barrington Sr. Tim Barry Oak Forest Sr. Jake Bergren St. Charles North Sr. Jack Czeszewski Elk Grove Jr. Mitchell Holtz Aurora Christian Jr. Patrick Kenney Warren Jr. Will Krug Maine South Sr. Erik Maki Wauconda Sr. Mike Martin Stevenson Sr. John Menken South Elgin Sr. Dontrell Rush Harlan Sr. Carl Sugihara Elk Grove Sr. Chris Sujka Mount Carmel Sr. Charlie Tilson New Trier Sr. Jacob Wolf Downers South Sr. Kyle Wood St. Laurence Sr.
8. McDonnell survives sectional win over Libertyville 6/9/2009
Ricky Alfonso's bat aided McDonnell in the second inning. A recent call-up, the sophomore right fielder knocked in the game's first two runs with an opposite-field double. Chris Holke had reached on an error and designated hitter Jack Scheffler walked, before both advanced a base on Derek Foderaro's sacrifice bunt. "That hit by Ricky was excellent, the way he took it the other way," Day said. Barrington (20-14) struck first when sophomore Ricky Alfonso belted a two-run double off Libertyville starter Troy Barton (6-5) in the top of the second inning
9. New Trier pours it on, eliminates Barrington 4A Supersectional Matchup at Rockford Stadium
Chris Houlke and Ricky Alfonso had two hits for Barrington (21-15).
10. 2/17/10 Top Tier Announces its 2010 Summer U-17 American Roster
Ricky Alfonso is named as one of the key pieces to the powerhouse U-17 American Top Tier Roster.The team will be one of the favorites to repeat as CABA World Series Champions... Click on the Link Section below to see full roster.
11. Rawlings® and Perfect Game USA announce
Annual awards recognize the top senior athletes at the high school level ST. LOUIS, Mo. (March 3, 2011) - Rawlings Sporting Goods® announced today its annual Rawlings Preseason All-American and All-Region Teams to recognize the top 400 high school baseball athletes in the U.S., while also showcasing their abilities to collegiate and professional scouts. Central Region Honorable Mention Name Pos. Ht Wt City St High School Commitment Draft Info RICKY ALFONSO OF 6-1 183 North Barrington IL Barrington Indiana
12. Barrington’s Alfonso finds fit at Indiana
Having his number called last at Indiana University’s one-day winter baseball showcase was one of the best things to happen to Barrington senior Ricky Alfonso. Indiana coach Tracy Smith read off a few numbers of players he wanted to talk to when the camp was over. Alfonso was one of the chosen few from approximately 70 players who participated during the winter break from school. Advertisement Smith mentioned a scholarship and asked the left-handed hitting outfielder if he wanted to go to Indiana. Alfonso knew he couldn’t refuse and gave Smith a verbal commitment. “Going to the camp was a great opportunity,” Alfonso said. “I knew I had to do really well for anything to happen. I did and it worked out.” Alfonso said he had been talking to some smaller schools but had no other offers. He started looking at camps to attend during the winter break and decided on Indiana. Alfonso said in a 10-inning game inside Indiana’s indoor football facility he went 4-for-5 with 2 doubles and a homer. “I don’t know if I was surprised because I had done so well,” Alfonso said of getting Smith’s attention. “I was just relieved and happy he called my number. It was crazy.” It also gives Alfonso the chance to fulfill a goal he had before high school to play in the Big Ten. Indiana was 28-27 last year and won the conference tournament title in 2009. Alfonso was promoted to the varsity during his sophomore season and helped Barrington reach the Class 4A supersectional. He was a starting outfielder last spring and played in the summer with the Top Tier travel program. Hockey was originally Alfonso’s No. 1 sport but he gave it up his sophomore year because he saw more opportunities to play baseball in college. He plans to study business or finance as has a 4.0 grade-point average on a 4.0 scale and scored 27 on the ACT. “I liked staying in the Midwest and it’s pretty close to home, “Alfonso said. “It’s a big school and has great academics. It fit everything I was looking for.”
13. Broncos flash leather despite losing opener
BASEBALL -- Barrington seniors Jake Broughton and Ricky Alfonso put on a highlight-reel defensive show during the Broncos' 6-0 loss on Opening Day at York on Saturday. Alfonso was also forced to leave his feet and extend his body while corralling a shot to right field to lead off the bottom of the third. Barrington left fielder Frank Waliczek followed that play up with a graceful, over-the-shoulder running catch near the wall Leading off the bottom of the sixth, Alfonso recorded the Broncos' third and final hit of the game but a strikeout and two fly outs closed the frame
14. Broncos looking to shake off rough start
Bright spots at the plate have been senior outfielder Ricky Alfonso and junior infielder Aaron Foley. Alfonso boasted a .368 batting average in 19 at-bats, including five doubles. "He's in the leadoff spot and getting on base for us," Hawrysko said
15. High School Volunteers are GREAT
Posted on November 14, 2010 by BGD We have had the most amazing young people supporting Barrington Giving Day, and need to send a shout out to all those who helped collect donations of goods and cash over the past two weekends. They collected lots of goods and a total of $1,706.12. Many thanks to the the Chicago Land Youth Football League, Barrington Youth Football, Barrington Rotary Charities and the BHS InterAct Club…Organized by Rick Wokoun, Vice President at Barrington Bank and Trust. High School volunteers who deserve recognition for their outstanding support: Marquita Mayfield and Kalena Keclik (two shifts, each), and single-shifters Jack Kurcab, Jack Scheffler, RICKY ALFONSO, Doug Beath, Greg Gerrard, Kyle Fitzpatrick, Connor MacCartney, Mike Hallman, Justin Gitelis, Sean Morton, Justin Dragosz, Chris Coco, Avery Lewis, Ryan Lidge and Dylan Lidge. BHS Dean of Students Jim Hawrysko recruited the volunteers. THANK YOU ALL!
16. Barrington's Alfonso Chooses Indiana
Ricky Alfonso, an athletic left-handed hitting OF from Barrington HS, has committed to Indiana University. The 6-foot-1, 180-pound Alfonso does everything on the field well. Offensively, he has a clean left-handed swing and solid fundamental approach. As a junior, Alfonso batted .317 with 29 RBI and 12 stolen bases for the Broncos. Story Complimentary of Sean Duncan and prepbaseballreport.com
17. Whitney Young sweeps Barrington
Jack Scheffler hit a 2-run homer in each game but it wasn’t enough for Barrington (0-10) to prevent 7-4 and 5-2 losses. Ricky Alfonso went 3-for-4 with a double in Game 2.
18. Next Level
Ricky Alfonso 11 Baseball Barrington Outfield Indiana University A triple theat batting from the left side; speedy 6.7 60yard dash; good arm and good ability to drive ball.
19. TT Players Impress at Under Armour AA Tourney in AZ > Top Tier ...
Feb 3, 2011 ... Top Tier 17s Ryan Koziol, Patrick Kenney, Adam Walton, and Jason Goldstein were all in attendance along with 18U outfielder Ricky Alfonso
20. Chicago-area high school sports results and highlights ...
Apr 29, 2011 ... Ricky Alfonso was 2-for-5 with 7 RBIs, John O'Connell was 3-for-5 with 2 RBIs and Kyle Fitzpatrick was 3-for-4 with 2 RBIs for Barrington
21. Barrington 11 Prospect 10
Jack Scheffler went 5-for-5 to lead a 19-hit Barrington (15-11, 6-4) attack in an MSL crossover where both teams scored 4 runs in the seventh. John O'Connell went 4-for-5, Derek Foderaro homered, doubled and had 4 RBI and RICKY ALFONSO (3-for-5) had a 2-run double in the seven
22. Top Tier 17’s Capture Second Straight CABA World Series Title
Top Tier 17’s Capture Second Straight CABA World Series Title pwolff posted on July 30, 2010 15:11 The Top Tier 17u Americans finished their season in impressive fashion, capping a grueling week of baseball by winning the 17-under CABA World Series in Euclid, Ohio on Friday. Top Tier went 12-0 in the tournament to win the title for the second consecutive year. Stevenson SS/RHP Kyle Ruchim put the finishing touches on n outstanding prep career earning the tournament’s Most Valuable Player honors thanks to his all-around spectacular play. Ruchim, the 2010 Chicago Sun Times Player of the year will continue his career at Northwestern this fall. 2009 CABA Most Valuable Hitter Award recipient Tim Barry was named to the All-Tournament team. Joining Barry on the All-Tournament team was Class of 2012 MIF/RHP Ryan Koziol of Brother Rice, and Class of 2011 LHP Paul Warble and MIF/OF Chris Godinez. Other key contributors on the team include: BARRINGTON OF RICKY ALFONSO, Highland Park RHP/MIF Max Allen, New Trier RHP Jordan Chudacoff, Libertyville RHP Joey Eichmann, St. Viator OF/LHP Jack Czeszewski, Lake Forest C/1B Charley Gould, St. Viator C/3B Cory Kay, Stevenson RHP Tyler Radke, Lyons 1B Brian Rodemoyer, Galesburg OF/RHP Nick Milligan, Hinsdale South OF Chris Massimilian, Stevenson OF/INF Michael Martin, and Mt. Carmel RHP John Kravetz.
23. Perfect Game 2010 Midwest Top Prospect Showcase
Navy vs. Royal Highlights (Top Prospect) 8/28/2010 4:40:05 PM 2011 OF RICKY ALFONSO (North Barrington, IL, Barrington HS) impressed with the bat going 2-3 with a double. Texas Orange vs. Royal 8/29/2010 10:44:13 AM OF RICKY ALFONSO (2011 Barrington HS, Ill.) went 2-for-3 with a triple and a single Sunday morning during the first Midwest Top Prospect Showcase game at Kirkwood Community College. ALFONSO is a good hitter who made solid contact and proved to be a tough out. Meanwhile, RHP Dakota Freese (2011 Washington HS, Iowa) pitched three outstanding innings, striking out seven and allowing only a one-out triple to ALFONSO, who ripped an inside fastball to right field. Freese topped out at 88 mph and sat between 85-87. He threw downhill, and showed command of all three of his pitches — including a 74-mph curve and 80-mph change-up.
24. Top Tier 17s claims another CABA World Series
Top Tier 17s claims another CABA World Series August 3, 2010By TAYLOR BECHTOLD tbechtold@pioneerlocal.com Font Size Email Bookmark Black Text White TextBASEBALL -- The list seems to grow every time he steps onto the field. Kyle Ruchim added yet another accolade to his already impressive baseball resume, when the Stevenson High School graduate earned MVP honors and helped the Top Tier 17-U Americans win the 2010 CABA World Series in Euclid, Ohio. Top Tier also won the national championship last summer. "Winning the national championship two years in a row kind of puts the program in unchartered territory," Fine said. "It's a huge accomplishment for our program." It's been quite the season for Northwestern-bound Ruchim. In the spring, the standout infielder/pitcher picked up Chicago Sun-Times and Pioneer Press Lake Shore Player of the Year honors after leading the Patriots to third place at the IHSA Class 4A State Tournament. He also earned all-tourney honors during Top Tier's run to the national crown at the World Series a year ago. "It was as good as last year," Ruchim said. "This was my second year with the 17s because I'm a younger 17 (year old). The championship was good enough for me, but to get that MVP is just a great honor. I think that experience from last year really helped me." The Americans (40-8), headquartered in Lake Forest and run out of Slammer's Baseball by head coach Todd Fine, finished their season in impressive fashion by winning 34 of their last 37 games en route to the crown. They didn't just survive a grueling week of baseball -- they thrived and dominated with a perfect 12-0 record in the fiercely competitive national tourney. "It's a tournament like no other," Ruchim said. "It's like 12 games in six or seven days, with sometimes three games in one day. So you have to manage your pitching staff well." The Americans showcased a prolific offensive attack throughout the tournament. They led the tournament in runs scored (12 per game). They won seven games by the mercy rule and pounded the Stallions from downstate Illinois 9-1 in five innings in the championship. Tim Barry (Oak Forest), the 2009 and '10 CABA Most Valuable Hitter, became the program's all-time leader in home runs with 21 dingers over the past two summers. In addition to Ruchim and Barry, Ryan Koziol (Brother Rice), Paul Warble (Conant) and Chris Godinez (Lake Forest) also made the CABA All-Tournament team. Other key contributors for the Americans included RICKY ALFONSO OF(BARRINGTON), Max Allen (Highland Park), Jordan Chudacoff (New Trier), Joey Eichmann (Libertyville), Jack Czeszewski (St. Viator), Charley Gould (Lake Forest), Cory Kay (St. Viator), Tyler Radke (Stevenson), Brian Rodemoyer (Lyons), Nick Milligan (Galesburg), Chris Massimilian (Hinsdale South), Michael Martin (Stevenson) and John Kravetz (Mt. Carmel).
25. PBR Ranks Barrington HS # 11 in Pre-Season poll W / Ricky Alfonso set to pace the way in the 3rd spot in the order!
11.) Barrington (21-15) – The Broncos feature one of the state’s best pitching duos, LHP Rob McDonnell (Illinois) and RHP Sean Buccholz (John A. Logan JC). The same duo, in fact, that led them to the supersectionals last spring. OF Anthony Brignola (John A. Logan JC) and junior OF RICKY ALFONSO pace the offense for our pick to win the Mid-Suburban League title.
26. Baseball / Northwest all-area team - DailyHerald.com
Ricky Alfonso Barrington The promise Alfonso showed in a late-season call-up as a sophomore for a Class 4A supersectional came to fruition this year. The lefty-hitting, Indiana-bound leadoff man hit .387 with 14 RBI and 16 Doubles and an OBP of .485 while committing no errors in the outfield. “He’s a great competitor who really rebounded well from his junior year,” said coach Jim Hawrysko. “He has great work habits and he gained a lot of mental toughness over the last year Read more: http://dailyherald.com/article/20110609/sports/706099767/#ixzz1Ot65QcLh
27. 2011 Mid Suburban League Conference ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTION FINAL Stats as of 5/20/2011
AB - 59 Hits - 24 Walks - 7 SO - 5 HPB - 1 3B - 2 2B - 5 HR - 0 RBI - 14 Runs - 19 SB - 7/10 AVG. - .407 24/59 OBP - .470 31/66
28. Invite to 2011 Under Armour Pre- Season All-Ameican Tourney
The Baseball Factory scouting department has recognized you as one of the best players in the nation. Only Dvision 1 Caliber players are considered for selection for this event. This is a tremendous honor that you will carry with you throught your baseball career. Based on your selection, we are inviting you to attend the Under Armour Pre- Season All- America Tournament in Tucson, Arizona from January 14-16, 2011. You will represent your region and battle against other top players from across the country. Dan Forester VP of Player Development 800 x111 dforester@baseballfactory.com
29. Perfect Game Marietta GA RECAP
Recently completed the Perfect Game tournament in Marietta, GA. Ricky went 6/10 for a .600 AVG. while the Top Tier Americans went 3-2.
30. Perfect Game 2010 National Underclass Showcase - Session 3 January 9-10 2010
Perfect Game Report PG Rating: 8 Ricky Alfonso is a 2011 OF/1B with a 6'1', 170 lb. frame from North Barrington, IL who attends Barrington HS. Tall, long limbs, lean slender build, good frame for continued strength and size gains, projectable body. Aggressive to ball in outfield, charges ball, good crow hop and release, clean exchange, body gets through ball well, good arm strength, throws show carry. Square upright stance, flat path through zone, smooth fluid swing, simple line drive approach and uses all fields. 6.89 runner. Named to Top Prospect Team.
19) Ricky Alfonso – OF Barrington 2011 6’1” 165lb. Athletic build. One of the top left handed bats in camp. Very polished. Showed power potential with loose whip in swing. 83 mph, stiff, long arm.
32. Barrington Plays 2 Down State
Barrington drops two: Playing in downstate Normal, Barrington (3-3) fell to Normal Community 11-0 in six innings and to Chatham-Glenwood 6-5. Jim Cook (2-for-3, double) had the Broncos' only hits against Normal. Senior starter Rob McDonnell struck out 13, walked two and allowed 5 hits in 6 innings against Chatham-Glenwood. TOP HITTERS for Barrington were senior Derek Foderaro (2-for-2, 2 doubles, RBI), junior RICKY ALFONSO (1-for-3, 2 RBI) and junior Jake Broughton (1-for-3, RBI).

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