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Sergio Rivera

HEIGHT

6’0″

WEIGHT

170 lbs

POSITION

OF

B/T

R/R

CLASS

Jr.

HOMETOWN

Bayamon, Puerto Rico

SCHOOL

Florida Southwestern

Transferred to Bethune-Cookman following the 2023 summer season.

SUMMER 2023

  • Appeared in 43 games, the second-most on the team, starting 28
  • Hit .292 on the year with 28 runs, 17 RBI, and 27 walks to 23 strikeouts
  • Set team single-season stolen base record, swiping 31 bags while being caught just three times
  • Led team with .526 average and .591 OBP during playoffs
  • Ended season on 14-game on-base streak, third-longest on the team
  • 3-4 with three RBI, two runs, and three stolen bases in second game of season at Covington (June 2)
  • 2-5 with a pair of RBI at Harrisonburg (June 9)
  • Stole three bases against Staunton (June 29)
  • 0-2 with two RBI and five walks in Woodstock doubleheader (July 24)
  • 2-4 with RBI single and run in final game of regular season against Purcellville (July 26)
  • 2-4 with walk, stolen base, and run in second game of Front Royal series (July 28)
  • 2-3 with RBI double and two stolen bases in opening game of Strasburg playoff series on July 31
  • Three hits and runs in game three against Strasburg (August 2)
  • 3-7 with two RBI and run in Harrisonburg series (August 3-4)

SPRING 2023 (FLORIDA SOUTHWESTERN)

  • Made the most of his time at FSW, hitting .295 in 47 games with 30 walks
  • Stole 27 bases, tied for the fifth-most in school history
  • Scored 45 runs, drove in 13, and tallied 17 extra-base hits
  • Six triples are the second-most in FSW history
  • Went 2-3 with an RBI, two runs, two walks, and four stolen bases in FSW debut against Lyndon Coleman’s Pasco-Hernando team (January 27)
  • Tripled and scored three runs on February 3 against Chattahoochee Valley CC
  • Three-run triple at Pasco-Hernando (February 18)
  • 3-5 with double and two runs against Polk State (March 3)
  • Pair of doubles against Indian River State (March 11)

Transferred to Florida Southwestern following the 2022 season.

*** BIO INFORMATION COURTESY OF KANSAS ATHLETICS ***

SPRING 2022 (KANSAS)

  • Appeared in 36 games (three starts; all in center field)
  • .240/.345/.360 (6-for-25), 1 2B, 1 3B, 3 RBI, 10 R, 4 BB, 3 SB
  • First career extra-base hit was a triple at Air Force 4/27/22
  • First career start came in CF on 4/29/22 vs. West Virginia
  • First career hit was a single at Indiana State 3/20/22
  • Mainly used as a defensive replacement in the late innings

PERSONAL

  • Born on May 22, 2003
  • Son of Edison and Maribel
  • Majoring in pre-business
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Tom Sox Season Ends With 9-5 Loss to Turks in VBL Championship

After 64 days, the marathon 2023 season came to an end as the Charlottesville Tom Sox (32-20) fell to the Harrisonburg Turks (34-16) in game two of the Valley Baseball League championship series.

Tom Sox 2-Hit by Turks in Game One of VBL Championship

The Charlottesville Tom Sox offense fell flat in game one of the 2023 Valley Baseball League Championship, mustering up only two hits as they fell to the Harrisonburg Turks 7-2 on Thursday.

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.

CHAMPIONSHIP BOUND! Tom Sox Defeat Express 6-3 to Advance to Valley League Championship

After coming one out away from elimination on Tuesday, the Charlottesville Tom Sox advanced to their second-straight Valley League Championship series with a 6-3 win over the Strasburg Express Wednesday.

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