As a sophomore, Flint was a second on the team in at-bats with 181, only trailing former Schooner John Murphy who led with 207. Flint batted .276 with 12 doubles, 27 RBI and a team-leading 36 runs scored. He walked 10 times and was hit by 12 pitches to raise his on-base percentage to .353 and stole 7 bases on 12 attempts.
Last summer, Flint played for the Sag Harbor Whalers, formerly of the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League. He batted .194 with 11 runs scored and 8 stolen bases in 31 games
Flint’s freshman season saw him thrust right into a starting role, as he started all but one of the 57 games he played in for the Pioneers. He batted .279 on the season for NEC Champion Sacred Heart and led the team in runs scored with 40.
Prior to Sacred Heart, Flint starred in baseball and football, earning all-state honors in both sports. As a freshman he earned Rookie of the Year honors, won a state championship in 2011, and in football was an all-league MVP.