Tabbed as an outstanding athlete with above-average speed and base-running skills by the Notre Dame coaching staff, Conor Biggio heads to North Adams planning to factor into the SteepleCats lineup in just about any regard.
Listed as both an infielder and outfielder, the freshman saw plenty of action with the Fighting Irish in his first year of collegiate ball. Biggio finished with 12 hits – including two doubles – in 24 appearances while going 7-for-8 in stolen bases.
Before Notre Dame, he enjoyed a fine season at St. Thomas High School in his hometown of Houston, Texas. Along the way, he was named to the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS) Class 5A State All-Tournament Team and second team all-state selection and first team all-district honors. He helped St. Thomas capture back-to-back TAPPS Class 5A State Championships in back-to-back seasons. He played for Ken Schulte and his father, Craig, at St. Thomas.
The son of Craig and Patty, Conor Joseph Biggio was born Jan. 7, 1993. He has two younger brothers, Cavan and Quinn, and is enrolled in First Year of Studies.