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#2 Luis Llerena
Position: Infielder
Bats: R
Throws: R
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 170
Year: Redshirt Senior
City/State: Hialeah, FL
High School: Hialeah HS
Other College: Manhattan College (NY)
Luis Llerena bio
Courtesy: USF
Release: 02/09/2012
LLERENA, Luis
Year
Avg
GP
GS
AB
R
H
2B
3B
HR
RBI
TB
SLG%
BB
HBP
SO
GDP
OB%
SF
SH
SB
ATT
PO
A
E
FLD%
2010
0.344
44
33
125
25
43
6
0
1
15
52
0.416
14
5
22
0
0.431
0
7
2
4
69
100
9
0.949
2011
0.270
42
31
115
18
31
0
0
0
6
31
0.270
6
5
17
1
0.333
0
4
1
2
60
77
3
0.979
2012
0.262
57
55
191
34
50
11
0
1
29
61
0.319
15
9
21
5
0.343
1
4
0
1
114
140
8
0.969
TOTAL
0.287
143
119
431
77
124
17
0
2
50
144
0.335
35
19
60
6
0.356
1
15
3
7
243
317
20
0.966

2012: Remained a consistant memeber of the Bulls infield, starting 55 of the 57 games in which he appeared. Ranked second on the team with 140 assists with a fielding percentage of .969.  In his third year on the team, he also stepped it up at the plate where he lead the team in doubles with 11 on the season. 

2011: Continued as the Bulls go-to second baseman where he would start a majority of his 31 games...Batted .270 on the season, which was good enough for third on the team...Recorded a .333 on-base percentage...Started 31 of the 42 games he appeared in...Within his 31 hits, the RS junior had six RBI and drove in 18 runs...Hit safely in four consecutive games two times throughout the season...Had a season-high three hits and two RBI at Bethune-Cookman (3/18)...Was 1-for-2 in stolen bases with his lone stolen base coming against Florida A&M (3/5)...Ranked third on the team with 77 assists with a fielding percentage of .979.

2010
: Emerged as the Bulls everyday second baseman and started the final 23 games of the season at second base ... Led the Bulls with a .344 batting average on the season with a .431 on-base percentage... Started 33 of the 44 games he appeared in... Made a lone start at third base vs. Oklahoma on 3/6... Had six doubles on the season with one home run with 15 runs driven in... Hit safely in nine of the last 10 games of the season... Over the final 23 games, hit at a .385 clip with an OBP of .477... Tallied 12 multi-hit games including four-hit outings at North Florida (5/12) and vs. Louisville (5/28)... Went 3-for-5 in a homecoming of sorts at Miami ... Set a career high with three runs driven in at Oklahoma (3/4)... Hit safely in seven straight games at North Florida (5/12) to at Pitt (5/21) ... Spent 13 games hitting leadoff for the Bulls... Capped off 2010 by going 7-for-13 performance in the BIG EAST Championship ... First career home run in the bottom of the ninth against Louisville (5/28) in the BIG EAST Championship sent the game to extra innings and completed the Bulls' six-run comeback.

2009
: Sat out the 2009 season due to NCAA transfer rules.

2008
: (Manhattan College (NY)) - Played in 32 games for the Jaspers, starting 21, his freshman season  ...  The shortstop batted .207 with 19 hits, including five doubles  ...  Scored 12 runs and drove in eight  ...  Helped his team to a 31-20-1 overall record, and a 19-5 mark in the MAAC.

Hialeah Senior High:
Earned Rookie of the Year honors  ...  Second team All-Dade County and playoff MVP his senior season  ...  Lettered three times in baseball  ...  Batted .389 with 37 hits and 20 RBI his senior season  ...  Also collected 13 doubles, 17 stolen bases and 30 runs  ...  Led the team in stolen bases his sophomore, junior and senior seasons  ...  Posted a 4.0 cumulative core GPA.

Personal
: Born in Havana, Cuba on August 8, 1989  ...  Son of Vivan Noche and Jose Bello (stepfather) and Luis Llerena  ...  One brother, Alexandro  ...  Enjoys watching movies and fishing  ...  Plans to major in finance at USF.


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