Rick Devereaux is Now Playing with the Washington Wild Things in the Frontier League
Jordano Discusses the 2012 Season and the Future of the Program
The Panthers Finish the Season at 28-28
Elvin Soto Tallies Three Hits, Including a Solo Home Run in the 8-4 Loss
The Senior First Baseman Finished Top-Five in the Conference in Average, Hits, RBI and Total Bases
Posted a .290 batting average in his first season at Pitt...appeared in 48 games...had eight doubles and two home runs on the season...tallied 52 total bases, the second most of the returning players.
Had identical batting averages of .323 his freshman and sophomore seasons with the Dukes...tallied 135 hits, 30 doubles, 10 homeruns and 90 RBI with Duquesne...named the A10 Player of the Week after recording eight consecutive hits in two contests for the Dukes...selected as a Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America Team member in 2009...chosen as a member of the A10 All-Rookie Team.
Devereaux had a career batting average of .374 with 92 hits, 26 doubles, eight homeruns and 80 RBI in four years at West Allegheny High School...as a freshman led West Allegheny to the WPIAL Section Championship...helped the Indians capture the WPIAL Championship both his junior and senior year...all-time leader in at-bats, doubles and RBI at West Allegheny...four-year letterwinner and all-conference selection in football ...one-year letterman in basketball.
Born on September 24, 1989...son of Michael and Rosalie Devereaux...has one sibling, Angela (20)...majoring in management.
Jordano Announces Staff Changes for 2016-17
Around the Diamond: Mattson Relishing in the Summer of a Lifetime
Around the Diamond: Former Panthers’ Outfielder Schnurbusch Dominating Rookie Ball
Jordano Signs Three-Year Extension at Pitt
Mattson Selected to Cape All-Star Team
Leblanc Named Perfect Game All-American