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David Wiley




190 lbs








Statham, Ga.




  • Played in 32 games as an outfielder, starting 27
  • Hit .250 with 21 runs, 10 RBI, and 16 walks
  • Tied for fourth on the team with 11 stolen bases
  • Went 2-3 with three runs, an RBI, and two stolen bases in debut at Harrisonburg (June 9)
  • 3-5 with a pair of runs scored at Front Royal (June 17)
  • Back-to-back multi-hit games against Covington and Culpeper (July 1-2)
  • Tied a team record with four walks at Purcellville (July 14)
  • 2-2 with a double, two runs, and two RBI at Staunton (July 17)
  • Two-run home run in run-rule win at Winchester (July 23)



  • Played 46 games with 45 starts, all in the outfield
  • Hit .308 with 49 hits, four home runs, 45 RBI, 48 runs scored and nine steals
  • Against Winthrop (2/28), notched a four-hit outing with a career-high six RBI, falling a homer short of the cycle
  • Hit first-career homer, a grand slam, against Sacred Heart (3/4) in game two of a doubleheader
  • Drove home three runs on two hits against VMI (3/25)
  • At Presbyterian (3/29), drove home three more runs on two hits
  • At ETSU (4/6), totaled four hits, including a double
  • Against Presbyterian (4/11), knocked in four runs with a pair of hits
  • At Western Carolina (4/16), hit a home run as part of a two-hit game with three runs knocked in
  • In the SoCon Tournament against UNCG (5/25), hit a home run with two RBI
  • Against Mercer that night (5/25), added another homer as part of a three-hit game
  • Named Southern Conference Player of the Week on March 6
  • Named CSC Academic All-District
  • Named to the Southern Conference Academic Honor Roll and All-Academic Team


  • Played in 19 games
  • Posted a .176 average with three hits, four RBI and two runs in 17 at-bats
  • Collected first hit, a double, against George Mason (2/19)
  • Against Monmouth (2/25) at Fluor Field, collected a hit, another double, along with an RBI and a run
  • Notched an RBI against Georgia (3/1) at Fluor Field, and then drove in a run against UNC Asheville (3/2)
  • Against Presbyterian (5/11), collected a hit, RBI and run scored
  • Named to Southern Conference Academic Honor Roll


  • A three-year letterman at North Oconee High School
  • As a senior, batted .375 with a .485 on base percentage to earn first team All-Region and second team All-State honors
  • The team was 8-3 in 2020 before the season was cut short
  • In 2019, the team was 25-9 to win the region championship and reaching the state final four
  • Also played defensive back on the football team, posting a 10-2 record in 2019 to reach the sweet sixteen in the state playoffs


  • Born October 19, 2002
  • Son of Richard and Jill Wiley
  • Majoring in finance

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Wynn and Roldan Power the ‘Sox to a Win on Tom-Stock Night

The sweltering heat did not keep fans away from the festivities of the first-ever Tom Stock Night at Charlottesville High School as the Tom Sox (11-3) hosted the Covington Lumberjacks (5-9). A packed house and three-hit evenings by Ryan Wynn (Wofford) and Tommy Roldan (Virginia) fueled the home team to an 11-2 win, its fifth-straight and 11th of the season overall.

Wiley’s Home Run Powers Tom Sox to Big Win over Waynesboro

A flaming hot night at Charlottesville High School set the stage for a rematch between two of the top three teams in the South Division — the Charlottesville Tom Sox (9-3) and the Waynesboro Generals (6-7).

Tom Sox Walk-Off Culpeper in 11th Inning

A balmy evening at Charlottesville High School set the stage for a heated rematch between the Charlottesville Tom Sox (8-3) and the Culpeper Cavaliers (2-8). Having lost to the ‘Sox twice already this season, the Cavaliers hoped to redeem themselves but came up just short in a marathon, eleven-inning ballgame.

Tom Sox Face Turks for 2023 Valley Baseball League Championship

The 1-seed Charlottesville Tom Sox (32-18) will face the 2-seed Harrisonburg Turks (32-16) in a best-of-three series for the Valley Baseball League Championship beginning Thursday. Games one and three (if necessary) will be played at CHO Airport Field at 7 p.m., while game two will take place at Harrisonburg’s Eagle Field at Veterans Memorial Park beginning at 7:30 p.m.

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March 23 – 7 PM – Elks Lodge