2011: Started all 54 of the games he appeared in, batting .264 with 30 runs scored and 34 RBI ... had 52 hits, including a career-best 14 doubles ... led the Horizon League and finished sixth in the country with eight sacrifice flies ... second on team with 21 walks ... ended the season on a hot streak, tying his career-high by hitting in eight straight games ... reached base safely in the final 10 contests, batting .457 (16-for-35) in the stretch, earning Horizon League Player of the Week honors the final week of the regular season ... had a hit in each game of the season-opening series against Tennessee Feb. 18-20 ... tied career-high with four hits against Illinois State Feb. 27, scoring three times and driving in two on a double and home run ... 3-for-5 with a run scored at Northwestern April 5 ... two hits and three RBI - including the game-winner - against UIC April 9 ... a perfect 3-for-3 with three RBI and two runs scored against St. Norbert April 12 ... had two hits and drove in three against Northern Illinois May 17 ... went 8-for-14 (.571) in three-game series against Valparaiso May 19-20, driving in four ... one of the four produced a 10th-inning walk-off win for UWM ... again tied career-best with four hits against Crusaders in that series ... hit safely in each game of the Horizon League Tournament.
2010: Had a breakout season as a junior, batting .352 while setting career-highs across the board ... named Second Team All-Horizon League as a designated hitter and also earned a spot on the Horizon League All-Tournament Team ... made 50 starts among his 55 appearances ... scored 28 runs, drove in 37 and had a .426 on-base percentage ... recorded 62 hits overall, including 10 doubles ... second on the team in batting average ... batted .400 with runners in scoring position on the season and was second on the squad with 12 multi-RBI games ... had a hit and scored a run in his first start of the year against Arkansas State Feb. 27 ... moved into the starting line-up for good in mid-March and was red-hot at the plate ... went 43-for-94 (.457) over the next 28 games, with his season average as high as .453 (which was second in the league and in the top 10 in the country) in that span ... posted four-straight multi-hit/multi-RBI games March 27-30 ... had three hits and drove in four in win over Parkside March 30 ... on base five times in six at bats with three walks and two hits in win over Butler April 18 ... best game offensively against Bradley April 21, setting career-highs with four hits and five runs batted in while also hitting his first home run ... two hits and two RBI in Horizon League Tournament win over Wright State May 29 ... named U.S. Army Player of the Game in the Horizon League Tournament Championship ... put UWM ahead 2-0 and 4-1 with a pair of two-out hits that drove in three runs while also scoring once in that win over Wright State May 30 ... named to the Horizon League Academic Honor Roll.
2009: Saw action in 11 games, making three starts ... started the season-opener at No. 6 Arizona State Feb. 20, but injured his shoulder trying to make a catch in the outfield ... did not return to the field until March 14 against Austin Peay ... hit a double against APSU the next day ... walked and scored as a pinch hitter against UIC April 4 and against Chicago State April 7 ... doubled and scored against Wisconsin Lutheran April 15 ... singled in final at bat of season at Youngstown State April 18 to finish at .250 ... had surgery after that and missed the remainder of the season.
2008: Appeared in 23 games, making three starts ... hit .273 overall, including .429 in Horizon League play ... went 1-for-2 and scored a run in first game as a Panther Feb. 22 against Jacksonville ... made starts against Saint Mary's March 2, Centenary March 9 and Austin Peay March 15 ... drove in a run with a pinch-hit single against Cleveland State April 11 ... also had a hit and scored the next day against CSU ... went 1-for-2 versus Valparaiso May 3 ... RBI-single in only at-bat against Wright State in Horizon League Tournament May 22 ... hit .357 versus right-handed pitching and .500 as a pinch-hitter ... recorded four outfield assists on the season.
2007: Redshirted and maintained freshman eligibility.
High School: Enjoyed a stellar career at Nicolet, where he earned player of the year honors in the city and North Shore Conference ... batted .550 as a senior, leading team to a state tournament appearance with six home runs, 51 runs batted in, 41 runs scored, a .690 on-base percentage and 23 steals in 24 attempts ... also went 11-3 on the mound ... was named all-conference, all-area, all-district and all-state as a junior ... batted .533 and finished the season with a state-record 61 runs batted in ... also added seven home runs, 20 stolen bases, 60 runs scored and went 8-1 on the mound ... hit .380 as a sophomore, stealing 27 bases ... also lettered as a member of the basketball and football teams ... Dean's List member all four years.
Personal: Son of Don and Kathy Sivilotti ... given name is Salvatore ... spent the summer of 2007 with the Eau Claire Cavaliers, earning the team's first-year player award after hitting .333 with 43 runs scored and 26 RBI in 56 games ... career goal is to play professional baseball ... lists playing in the high school state tournament and winning the home run derby as his most memorable sports experience ... has been a lector for St. Monica Church ... majoring in finance at UWM ... born March 25, 1988.