21 - Ricardo Perez
Ricardo Perez
Height: 6-2
Weight: 205
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Vienna, Va.
High School: James Madison
Position: INF
Major: Chemical Engineering
Bats/Throws: R/R

2013: Starter at first base for MIT as a senior … started all 37 games he played in ... CoSIDA Academic All-District … Academic All-NEWMAC … finished with a .255 average with one home run and 22 RBI ... led the team with three triples ... third in the NEWMAC in three-baggers … 12 multi-hit games … drove in two or more six times ... pair of doubles in four trips against Clark (3/16), scoring once … 3-for-6, including a triple, against Western Connecticut State (3/25), driving in two … pair of RBI at Johnson & Wales (3/30) … two-run home run and a sac fly against WPI (4/5) … double and triple the next day against the Engineers … three RBI against Curry (4/10) … 2-for-3 at Wheaton (4/22) … drove in a pair against Babson (4/27) in the NEWMAC Tournament … 2-for-4 with a pair of runs against Elms (5/11) in the ECAC Tournament.

2012: Played in 30 games as a junior and started 28 ... Academic All-NEWMAC ... finished the year with a .300 average with 30 hits in 100 at-bats... had 20 RBI's and six doubles... eighth in the NEWMAC in put outs with 198 went 2-3 against Eastern Nazarene (3/21) with a home run and a pair of RBI's ... tallied three RBI's against Springfield (4/6) ... had a six-game hit streak in which he went 8-22, batting .360 in that span.

2011: Starter at first base for the Engineers ... started 29 of the 33 games he played in ... Academic All-NEWMAC ... among the team leaders in doubles, triples, home runs and walks ... went 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles against Eastern Nazarene (3/15) ... drove in three runs in back-to-back games against Hope (3/22) and Southern Maine (3/23) ... drove in a pair of runs against Clark (4/15) ... 2-for-5 day against Babson (4/30) was part of a five-game hitting streak.

Off The Diamond at MIT: Majoring in chemical engineering.

High School: A 2009 graduate of James Madison High School ... two letters in baseball ... honorable mention all-district ... student-athlete award as a senior ... team captain ... graduated with High Honors ... Outstanding Math Student award ... Outstanding Science Student award ... Bausch and Lomb Award ... Scott Rawson Sloan Award..