Overview: Has been a starter in the Bulldogs outfield for three straight years...good hitter who hails from California.
2010: Starter in left-field for most of the year as he played in 51 games and started 46 times...hit .236 with three home runs, four doubles and 22 runs...drove in four runs with homer and double at High Point (3-24)...went 3-for-3 with three runs scored in road win at Furman (4-28)...had three RBI in upset win at College of Charleston (2-26)...went 3-for-4 at ETSU (5-11)...hit key three-run homer in late-season victory over Gardner-Webb (5-22).
2009: Started most of the year in left-field and batted fourth for the majority of the season...finished with a .266 average with three home runs and 24 RBI...was third on club in RBI...his 10 doubles was third best on team...had nine-game hitting late in the year...had at least two hits in 15 different games...went 3-for-5 with three RBI and three runs scored in home win vs. Presbyterian (5-14)...went 3-for-4 with two doubles and RBI against Radford (4-4)...hit key three-run homer in victory at VMI (3-22)...had home runs in back-to-back games vs. East Carolina (3-10 & 11)...had three-hit game vs. Coastal Carolina (3-15) and ETSU (3-24)...scored three runs in home win over College of Charleston (4-25)...second on the team in runs scored (29) and hits (54).
2008: Started in 45 games for UNC Asheville, mostly in left-field...was fifth on the team in hitting with a .311 average...had 10 doubles and 28 RBI...ended the season strong by getting at least one hit in 17 of his last 22 games...had hitting streaks of seven and six games during that stretch...went 3-for-4 at The Citadel (3-9)...had two hits, two doubles and four RBI in McCormick Field victory over Marist (3-16)...enjoyed great series at Radford as he went 6-for-10 in three-game series with three runs scored and two doubles...went 2-for-4 with two doubles in victory over Winthrop (5-18)...had three hits at Coastal Carolina (4-20)...hit his two home runs of the year in back-to-back days against Charleston Southern (5-9 & 5-10) at Greenwood Field.
Before UNC Asheville: Helped guide Rancho Buena Vista to a second place finish in the Avacado League.