As a junior (2008): Turned in an impressive season, emerging as the ace of the FAU pitching staff by season's end... Led the team in strikeouts (78) and innings pitched (76 2/3)... Finished regular season play ranked 20th among all Division I pitchers in hits allowed per nine innings (6.4)... Went 4-1 in eight Sun Belt Conference starts... Held league batters to a .182 average... Held all opponents to a .233 batting average and surrendered just four home runs all season... Made 14 starts and once appeared in relief... Went 5-4 with a 4.62 ERA... Allowed just 18 extra-base hits in 76+ innings of work... Had some control problems- ended up issuing 77 walks... Fanned seven in three consecutive starts early in the season... Allowed just one hit and struck out seven in 5 1/3 innings in his second start at FAU vs. Eastern Michigan (3/1)... Got his first win one week later, again striking out seven at Arkansas Little-Rock (3/9)... Tossed a shutout into the seventh in a winning effort at South Alabama (4/6)... Retired 15 of the first 18 batters faced, struck out eight and took a no-hitter into the sixth to allow FAU a 10-5 win over eventual NCAA Regional qualifiers Western Kentucky (4/27)... Punched-out a career-high nine at New Orleans (5/3), another NCAA Regional team in 2008...Turned in his fourth consecutive quality start against Arkansas State (5/9), taking a no-hitter into the fifth before receiving a no-decision...Rebounded from a shaky opening-round performance at the SBC Championships to pitch FAU to victory in an elimination game against WKU (5/24).
As a sophomore (2007): Settled in as the Saturday starter for the College of Charleston as a sophomore... Totaled 73 innings spanning 15 starts and two brief appearances in relief... Pitched eight complete innings in back-to-back starts in early March, first pitching into the ninth and allowing just one earned run and registering six K's in a no-decision against Texas-San Antonio (3/11)... One week later struck out a then-career-high eight and allowed just two runs in eight complete innings as Charleston defeated Charlotte (3/17) by a score of 4-2... Fanned seven and allowed just one hit in six-plus innings of work at Coastal Carolina (5/8)... Was 3-2 with a 4.56 ERA on the season striking out 74 batters in 73 innings.
As a freshman (2006): As a true freshman at the College of Charleston Beliveau went 6-4 with a 3.40 ERA in 76-plus innings... Made 12 starts and appeared in 16 games... Limited lefties to a .198 batting average... Fanned a season-high seven in just five-plus innings of work to beat Winthrop (4/11)... Posted a 3.33 ERA with a 2-1 record during conference play... Hurled five shutout innings in relief against Notre Dame (6/2) at the NCAA Regionals in Lexington, Kentucky, earning the win as Charleston beat Notre Dame in a 16-inning thriller... Made eight plate appearances, doubling as a pinch-hitter against Virginia (4/26).
High School: Went 10-0 with a 0.71 ERA to lead Rhode Island's Hendricken High School to its 3rd consecutive state title during his senior year in 2005... Earned MVP honors of Rhode Island's high school state championship tournament.... Named the Rhode Island Gatorade Player of the Year as a senior helping Hendricken compile a 24-1 overall record... Three-time letter-winner, earning all-state and all-division honors as a sophomore, junior and senior... Ranked as 16th-best high school left-handed pitcher in the country according to TeamOneBaseball... Posted a batting average of .390 as a prep outfielder... Played for Ed Holloway at Bishop Hendrickson.
Personal: Public Communication major... Son of Norman and Christine Beliveau.
Year ERA W-L App GS CG SHO/CBO SV IP H R ER BB SO 2B 3B HR BF B/Avg WP HBP SFA SHA BK 2008.... 4.58 5-4 15 14 1 0/0 0 76.2 63 46 39 77 78 14 0 4 361 .233 7 7 3 4 1 TOTAL... 4.58 5-4 15 14 1 0/0 0 76.2 63 46 39 77 78 14 0 4 361 .233 7 7 3 4 1