Saw action in 39 games, making nine starts in the infield ... went 11-for-31 (.355) at the plate with 19 runs scored, a triple, seven RBIs and three stolen bases ... successfully handled 43 of 50 chances in the field (.860 fielding percentage) ... in postseason play, recorded three multiple-hit games, including a three-hit game versus Freed-Hardeman at the national tournament.
Appeared in 41 games serving a role as a defensive replacement and pinch/courtesy runner ... scored 32 runs and stole four bases.
Appeared in 45 games making 17 starts ... batted .271 (13-for-48) with a .352 on-base percentage and .354 slugging percentage ... tallied 13 runs, four doubles, four RBIs, and four stolen bases ... had 12 putouts, 30 assists and seven errors for a .857 fielding percentage ... recorded two multi-hit games.
Appeared in four games and drove in one run.
Played baseball for the Raiders of Rangeview High School, under head coach Rick Spriggs… started and lettered for three years… was team captain for two years… earned Second Team All-Conference his sophomore and senior seasons.
Born and raised in Aurora, Colo. on May 25, 2001… son of Carlos and Marla Benavides… has two siblings: Luis Rivera and Daniela Benavides… enjoys watching anime in his free time.