Outfielder who has made the most of his limited opportunities ... one of the hardest-working players on the team.
2013: Was 9-for-27 (.333) with three runs, three doubles, seven RBIs, a .367 on-base percentage, two walks, and two steals in 23 games (six starts in left field) ... was 4-for-10 (.400) with two doubles, three RBIs, three runs, two walks, and a .462 on-base percentage in his 17 games off the bench ... was 5-for-12 (.417) against lefthanders ... was 7-for-16 (.438) with runners on base ... hit a run-scoring double and scored a run against William & Mary on Feb. 17; it was his first career game ... hit a pinch-hit double and scored a run at Boston College on Apr. 6 ... went 1-for-3 with a sacrifice bunt at Boston College on Apr. 7; it was his first career start ... went 2-for-2 with an RBI off the bench against Western Carolina on Apr. 24 ... stole a base and scored a run off the bench in the first game of a doubleheader at Furman on May 8 ... went 2-for-3 with a double and two RBIs against Georgia Southern on May 10 ... went 2-for-3 with two RBIs against #3 North Carolina in the ACC Tournament on May 24 ... played for Vermont in the New England Collegiate Baseball League in the summer, where he hit .198 with two doubles, nine RBIs, nine runs, and seven steals in 37 games.
2012: Red-shirted ... won the Dedication Award for outstanding work in the strength training room ... won the Omaha Challenge competition among fielders in the fall of 2011 ... played for Albany in the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League in the summer, where he hit .226 with nine RBIs in 28 games.
Before Clemson: Selected to the Vermont North-South All-Star game ... led his team in batting average (.528) as a senior ... named team MVP, and won the team's Hustle Award as a senior ... lettered three times in baseball, three times in basketball, and two times in football at Rutland High, where he was coached by Kevin Bellomo, who played under Head Coach Jack Leggett at Western Carolina.
Personal: Majoring in management ... born Michael Paul Triller on Sept. 30, 1992 in Randolph, VT.