2012: Started 20 of the 24 games in which he appeared ... Started the first 15 games of the season at shortstop ... Also made two starts at first base and designated hitter and one start at second base ... Suffered a season-ending leg injury during batting practice at Georgia Tech ... Hit .281 with 25 hits, seven RBI and 14 runs scored ... Slugged .382 with five doubles and a pair of triples ... Had a .360 on base percentage ... Had seven multi-hit games, with a season-high three hits against Canisius and George Washington ... Also had five two-hit games ... Drove in a season-high two runs against N.C. Central and Virginia Tech ... Scored a season-high three runs against Canisius ... Went 4-for-4 on stolen base attempts ... Hit .308 against right-handed pitching ... Batted .314 with runners on base ... Had an eight-game hitting streak.
2011: An ACC Academic Honor Roll selection ... Appeared in 29 games with 12 starts ... All 12 starts came at second base ... Hit .286 with 16 hits, six runs scored and four RBI ... Hit .320 in ACC games ... Hit .333 against lefties ... Had four multi-hit games, with a season-high three hits against The Citadel ... Had a season-high two RBI against Wake Forest ... Had an eight-game hitting streak.
High School: Four-year letterwinner at Pine-Richland High School ... Selected as the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and Pittsburgh Tribune Review's Player of the Year ... Also honored as the AAAA WPIAL Coaches Player of the Year ... Hit .475 as a senior with 33 stolen bases, 26 RBI, 37 runs and four homers to lead Pine-Richland to the 2010 WPIAL Championship ... Earned WPIAL Baseball AAAA All-Star Team honors as a senior ... Two-time all-section choice ... Hit .380 as a junior and .350 as a sophomore ... Member of the National Honor Society ... Served on the Student Council ... Involved with Brackets with Benefits.
Personal: Born Matthew Lalo Berezo on December 4, 1991 in Youngstown, Ohio ... The son of Lalo and Mary Berezo ... Has a brother, Daane, and two sisters, Nicole and Jodie ... Father played baseball and football at the University of Cincinnati and spent one season in the Cincinnati Reds organization.