This 2005 All-Ivy honorable mention has been absolutely murdering the ball this season, to the tune of a .321 average, six homers and eight doubles. Salini leads the Ivy League in home runs and RBI, and remains a dominant presence at the top of the Tigers’ order. Having started in all but two games this year, Salini is part of a trio that has knocked in 48 RBI, and is certainly hungry to put runs on the board against the Bulldogs hurlers. The left-handed outfielder has also contributed to the team on defense with only one error in 41 chances. Yale pitching will have to find a way to deal with this cornerstone of the Princeton lineup.