2015: The country’s finest-fielding second baseman returns for his final season around the keystone sack where he makes all the plays…a great competitor, he wants to win every battle…outstanding range, great hands, and speed enable him to get to balls that most don’t…turns the double play effortlessly…will bat either at the top of the order or near the bottom, using his speed in a variety of ways to get on base from where he turns into a real running threat…willing to give himself up to move teammates around the bases.
2014: The slick-fielding second baseman continued his development as a complete player, hitting above .300 for the first time and setting career-highs in nearly every offensive category…equaled a career-best with 16 multi-hit games, including a trio of three-hit outings…went 3-3 with season-bests of three runs scored and two rbi against Simpson on 1/18/14…scored two or more runs in a game nine times…finished third on the team in both walks and stolen bases…confirmed his status as the GSAC’s top-fielding second baseman, throwing out 179 runners, the second-best mark on the squad and the fourth-highest, single-season total in program history…finished the campaign No. 4 on the all-time assists chart (440)…made only seven errors in a team-high 299 chances and took part in a club-high 40 double plays…earned GSAC Gold Glove honors for the second year in a row and became the second Mustang in school annals to make the NAIA Gold Glove Team.
2013: Establishing himself as one of the finest-fielding second basemen in the GSAC, the sophomore incumbent put together a strong season, sparkling in the field and making big improvements at the plate…set a single-season record with 190 assists and made only eight errors in 322 chances en route to GSAC Gold Glove Team honors…had five assists in a game 12 times and played a part in a team-high 48 twin-killings…finished second on the club in sacrifices and third in hits…had 16 multi-hit games…drove in a season-high three runs vs. Oregon Tech on 3/2/13…made the All-World Series team.
2012: Began the season as a valuable reserve and courtesy runner but took over the job at second base in late March and started 21 of the club’s last 22 games…made only error in 119 chances for a sparkling .992 fielding percentage…finished fourth on the club with 71 assists and took part in 13 twin-killings…finished the season with five multi-hit games, including a 2-5 performance vs. Biola in a first-round GSAC Tournament game on 5/1/12.
San Juan Hills HS: Started three years for the Stallions, all at second base…hit .405 as a junior and .337 as a senior.