In the 2013 TWL, he impressed with his scrappy baseball sense that included a straight steal of home for the winning run of the consolation game off future Fort Worth Cats teammate, right-handed “Pitcher of the Year” award winner Steve Nikonchik.
2013- Drafted by the Fort Worth Cats out of the TWL after leading the circuit with 22 runs scored and batting .297 with a .369 on base percentage. Finished second in games (22), at bats (74), fourth in triples with two, fifth in steals with eight, and seventh in hits (22).
Was traded twice during the 2013 ULB season, first to United League champion Edinburg and then back to the league runners-up, Fort Worth. Finished with .220 batting average in 61 overall games, 46 for Fort Worth. Compiled .363 on base percentage with 35 runs scored and five steals. Hit .237 with the Cats including an impressive .405 on base percentage.
2011- Helped the Tabor Bluejays earn their first ranking in the NAIA poll in 2011. Was First Team All-Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference that season. A .335 hitter in the Western Major Baseball League, a summer college league, in 2011, where he drove in 26 runs and scored 44 times with 15 steals in 48 games. Won team’s Gold Glove Award.
Prior to Tabor he played at Newman University, where he hit .362 in 2010 to lead the Jets while slugging a home run and driving in 38 runs in 53 games, scoring 48 times. Also stole seven bases and registered a .442 on base percentage. Also played at Merced Junior College. Was a 3-time all-conference selection in college.