2010 (Senior): Played in 56 of WCU's 59 games, starting 54 including 43 in left field and 11 as the designated hitter ... Named second team All-Southern Conference by the voting members of the SoCon Sports Media Association (SCSMA) ... Hit a WCU career-best .302 while leading the squad with a career-high 14 home runs, 11 doubles and two triples for a .571 slugging percentage, third on the squad ... Drove in 52 runs - including 14 two-out RBI - to rank third on the team in RBI ... Had 19 multiple hit and 10 multiple RBI games ... Ranked third on the team with 19 stolen bases in 22 attempts ... Concluded his two seasons in Cullowhee with 49 stolen bags to rank 11th on the school's career ledger while his 57 attempts are also 11th ... Was perfect fielding in the outfield, tallying 54 putouts and two assists without an error for a 1.000 fielding percentage.
2009 (Junior): Started all 55 games in which he saw action, finishing the year with a .293 batting average ... Split his 55 starts almost evenly between three positions - centerfield (23) early in the year, left field (18) and designated hitter (14) much of the second half of the season ... Posted his first hit as a Catamount in the eighth inning of the season-opener against Bowling Green with a lead-off single ... Collected his first extra base hit - a double - in game two against BGSU, and hit his first WCU home run in the series sweep of Appalachian State ... Led the team and ranked atop the Southern Conference with 30 stolen bases - a mark which ranked tied for third in the WCU single-season record book ... Was successful in stealing 85.7-percent of the time (30-of-35), tallying a career-best three stolen bases in four separate games ... Recorded a career-best 13-game hitting streak through mid-April, raising his batting average 38 points with seven extra base hits including four of his eight home runs on the season ... However, endured a six-game hitless skid, including an 0-for-26 string, before finishing the year with hits in three-consecutive games ... Tallied multiple hits in 18 games with nine multi-RBI outings including a career-high four in game two of a home double-header with Samford.
Prior to Western: As a redshirt sophomore, hit .335 with 17 home runs, 13 doubles and three triples with 61 RBI ... Garnered second team All-GJCAA accolades as well as was named to the Region XVII All-tournament team after YHC captured the crown ... Took a medical hardship after suffering an injury that forced him to miss the entire 2007 season ... As a freshman hit .314, with three doubles, two homeruns, eleven runs batted in, and four stolen bases ... Mentored under former WCU player and current assistant coach, Alan Beck, while at Young Harris.