|Alma Mater:||CCBC Essex '85|
Chiveral begins his 17th year at Stevenson in 2016, where he serves as a senior assistant coach. He has served as the program's pitching coach ever since it began in 2000. His primary duties include overseeing the pitching staff and in-game bench coach.
During his tenure, Chiveral has developed the pitching staff as a key strength of the team. A year ago, the conference starters amassed 19 of the team's 25 wins while posting 13 complete games. Under Chiveral, junior Greg Myers had the single-best season of any pitcher in school history, totaling a 10-2 record and 2.22 ERA while allowed just 59 hits over 81 innings.
In 2007, Stevenson boasted 24 wins as a staff and had a 4.01 ERA with a school-record 283 strikeouts. The 2006 pitching staff totaled the most wins in school history with 29 while posting a 4.00 ERA and holding opponents to an all-time low .259 batting average.
The Mustangs won 25 games in 2005 while posting the second-most strikeouts in school history with 247 along with a 4.33 ERA. In 2008, the team had its fourth consecutive 20-win season while totaling 241 strikeouts.
In addition to his coaching duties, Chiveral works in the department of biostatistics at Johns Hopkins University. During the summer, he serves as a player/manager for the Degroen's Baseball Club of the Baltimore Baseball League.
Prior to Stevenson, Chiveral served as an assistant pitching coach at Loyola (Md.) for seven seasons.
A graduate of Patterson High School, Chiveral lettered in both football and baseball and had a totaled 18 wins as a pitcher for the Clipper Ships. He then attended CCBC Essex where he pitched for two seasons before graduating in 1985.
Chiveral and his wife, Suzanne, and daughter, Madelyn, reside in Arbutus.