Glenbrook South grad Tommy O’Hara continues to be a standout at the collegiate level. A sophomore at Tufts University, O’Hara started all 43 games this fall and earned second-team honors in the D3baseball All-New England Region team. He was a consistent producer for the Jumbos (35-8), who set a school record for most wins in a season and won the NESCAC championship. The 6-f00t-4, 205-pound left-handed hitter, an economics major, batted .325 with four home runs, 10 doubles, 41 runs and 48 RBIs. His on-base percentage was .451. His slugging percentage was .460.
As a freshman, during the 2015 season, O’Hara hit .405 with four home runs, 14 doubles, 42 runs and 42 RBIs. He drew 18 walks and was hit by a pitch 16 times to finish with a .518 on-base percentage. His slugging percentage was a lofty .603. For his efforts, O’Hara earned three major postseason honors: American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) New England All-Region, New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association (NEIBA) All-New England and D3Baseball.com All-New England.