Cards set a record in classsroom achievement
Louisville Baseball v Florida State - Game 3
Louisville Baseball v Kentucky | Make-up Game
Louisville Baseball v Bethune-Cookman | Game 2
Louisville Baseball v Wake Forest | Game 3
Louisville Baseball v Miami (Ohio)
Summer 2014: In 38 regular season games for the Vermont Mountaineers in the New England Collegiate Baseball League, Tiberi hit .372 with two home runs, seven doubles, one triple, 22 runs scored, 13 RBI and 16 walks. He was also a starter for the victorious North squad in the 2014 NECBL All-Star Game.
2014: Did not see game action in first season in the program.
High School: First Team All-State selection in 2013. Chosen to compete in 2012 East Coast Showcase. Named as Region Player of the Year and Northern Kentucky Player of the Year. Became 16th member of Kentucky's 200-hit club. As a junior, hit .560 with 32 RBI, 18 doubles and 12 stolen bases. As a senior, hit .555 with 30 RBI, 22 doubles, four triples and 14 stolen bases.
Personal: Born Blake Robert Tiberi on Feb. 16, 1995, in Cincinnati, Ohio. Son of Richard Tiberi and Laura Ziegler. Has one younger sister, Cassady. Majoring in sport administration. After college, he wants to play baseball professionally. Person with the greatest influence on his athletic career was his father because he has always pushed him to be his best. Biggest thrill in sports was winning the International World Series in Chicago with his summer team. Hobbies and outside interests include playing basketball, hanging out and playing video games. Favorite movies are Step Brothers and Taken. Enjoys watching Blue Mountain State. Favorite athletes include Robinson Cano and Josh Hamilton. Favorite cereal is frosted Flakes. Favorite candy bar is Snickers. Favorite food is steak. Enjoys eating at Buffalo Wild Wings and Mt. Fuji. Favorite teams are the Cincinnati Reds and the Pittsburgh Steelers. Enjoys listening to hip hop music. Favorite quote is "Your fear will freeze you, but your faith will set you free." If he could eat dinner with three people, he would choose Robinson Cano, Josh Hamilton and David Ortiz.