|Previous College:||Pitzer College|
|Major:||Organizational Studies/American Musical Culture|
At Pomona-Pitzer: Completed his second season as a member of the Pomona-Pitzer Baseball team, where he plays catcher…2012: Appeared in 17 games, including 12 starts...Batted .317 with a homer and 12 RBI..Was a combined 7-for-12 with four RBI in three meetings with Occidental...Was 2-for-2 with two runs scored and an RBI against Redlands...Homered and had five RBI in a win at Caltech...2011: Earned the team’s Coaches Award as a freshman…A member of the Pomona-Pitzer Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC).
High School: Attended Berkeley High School, where he played baseball and basketball…A 2009 USA Baseball Maccabiah Alternate…A 2009 Seattle Mariners Scout Team selection…A 2010 first-team All-ACCAL catcher…Named to the 2010 Willie Stargell All-Tournament team…Earned three varsity letters with the Yellowjackets…A four-time NCS Scholar-Athlete…Batted .470 as a senior with 23 RBI…Earned an International Baccalaureate Certificate in English and history…Chosen master of ceremonies at the First Annual Berkeley High International Baccalaureate Graduation and at the 2011 Berkeley High graduation…Played club ball with the Headfirst Gamers, where he was teammates with current Pomona-Pitzer freshman Isaac Richard, and with the Oakland Baseball Club in the summer of 2009 and 2010.
Personal: Attending Pitzer College, where he has a dual major in organizational studies (with a concentration in psychology) and American Musical Culture and History…Has one brother and one sister…Played for the Neptune Beach Pearl in the Far West Collegiate League in the summer of 2011…Hobbies include making music, freestyle rapping and blogging…Favorite athlete is Marshawn Lynch…Lists Waiting For Godot as his favorite book and Pulp Fiction as his favorite movie…Lists “Greece and Rome” as the most interesting course he has taken while at Pitzer…Volunteered as a coach/umpire for Albany Little League…Played this past summer (2012) in Casper, Wyoming for the Casper Cutthroats of the MCBL ("It was a great experience that taught me much more than baseball.")...Born October 3, 1992…Chose Pitzer because it was “the best fit for baseball, with rigorous academics and the resources and options of the Claremont Consortium. I would recommend it to others.”