|Hometown:||West St. Paul, MN|
As a Junior 2003: Tri-Captain of the team, earning Second Team All-Ivy honors...Started all 47 games...Finished third in the Ivy League and second for Brown with 64 hits...Batted .360, second on the team and tenth in the league...Scored a league-high 44 runs...Tied for the league lead with 22 stolen bases...Tallied 12 doubles, third on the team, and a team-high three triples...Knocked in 19 runs and recorded four home runs...Lead the team with 126 assists on the year...Is just eight runs away from breaking the all-time record at Brown...Eighth all-time in hits at Brown with 182, 26 shy of the record....Ranks fifth in school history with 54 stolen bases.
As a Sophomore in 2002: Garnered Second-Team All-Ivy honors...Has a .353 career batting average...Started in all 49 games for the Bears at second base...Recorded a batting average of .309 on 178 at bats...Led the team in runs with 47...Tied for first in doubles with 14...Was third on the team in hits with 55...Accumulated 31 RBIs and 4 homeruns...Recorded 17 stolen bases on 21 attempts.
As a Freshman in 2001: Named a Freshman All-American by Collegiate Baseball...Also selected First Team All-Ivy, and All New England...Set a Brown and Ivy League rookie record with 63 hits in a season...Became the first Brown rookie to ever hit .400 with a .404 batting average...Had the second highest number of hits on the team...Was a perfect 10 of 10 in stolen base attempts in Ivy League games...Tied for the team lead in runs scored with 42.
High School: A graduate of St. Thomas Academy, where he earned three letters for baseball...Bobby was named All-Conference twice and was an All-State Honorable Mention as a senior... He hit .468 with four home runs as a senior... He was also team captain and team MVP his senior year... Bobby was a National Merit finalist, his class salutatorian, and co-editor of his high school yearbook.
Personal: The son of Robert Deeb and Jane Van Roeckel, Rob has one sister, Sarah...Concentrating in Electrical Engineering.