As a freshman, Eisel played in all of his team’s 47 games, including 42 starts, in center field. He led the team with a .446 on-base percentage and 24 walk and ranked second with a .331 batting average. Eisel also was 10-for-10 in stolen bases and held a .990 fielding percentage.
As a sophomore, Eisel was named First Team All-PSAC West after leading IUP with a .383 batting average, 36 runs scored, 49 hits, 11 doubles and nine steals (on 10 attempts). The Pittsburgh, Penn., native had 14 multi-hit games and finished the 2018 season on a team-best 13-game hit streak.
Over two collegiate seasons, Eisel is hitting .357 with 15 doubles, five triples, six home runs and 47 RBIs through 84 games. He has a .453 career on-base percentage and has made just two errors, one each season.
Eisel is a pre-physical therapy major at IUP.