|High School:||De La Salle|
Sandri started all 51 games for the Tigers, as the second baseman. He tied his career-high in runs and in hits with three. Sandri ended the season with 58 hits, 19 RBI, 22 runs scored and a .297 batting average. He finished in the Top-20 of the conference in batting average (.305), Top-15 for hits (58), and in the Top-10 for assists (127) and fielding double plays (33).
In his second year with the Tigers, Sandri appeared in 50 games finishing with a line of .289/.337/.306. Hit .349 in games at home and for the month of March he hit an impressive .341. Smacked eight doubles and drove in 18 runs, while also drawing 15 walks.
Sandri was Pacific's starting shortstop from the very beginning of the year. He had the best non-conference batting average of any Tiger, hitting .333/.407/.370. At home, Sandri knocked seven doubles while hitting .311. Sandri had a seven-game hitting streak just five games into his collegiate career. He would start 49 of Pacific's 52 games and batted leadoff in 36 of those.
Sandri attended De La Salle High School in Concord, California before coming to Pacific. He his .310 his senior season, with a .430 OBP. He had 16 runs and 13 RBI that year and was named Second Team All-League and a NCS Scholar-Athlete. Sandri won Gold Gloves after both his junior and senior seasons. He was a NCS Scholar-Athlete as a junior as well.
Sandri is the son of Karen and Daniel Sandri. His father Daniel ran cross country while at Santa Clara. Sandri's sister Mary also ran cross country while at USF. His grandfather Tom played football and baseball at USC. Sandri will major in psychology at Pacific.