|High School:||Jefferson County College|
Played in all 57 games as starting shortstop in his final collegiate season... batted .258 with 57 hits in 221 at-bats... hit one home run and added nine doubles and four triples, 2nd in the Southland Conference... turned 34 double plays, 8th in the Southland Conference... drove in 21 runs and scored 29 times... stole six bases and was caught just once... opened the season on a six-game hitting streak... had a three-hit day at Louisiana Tech on Feb. 22... tallied two-hit games in both halves of a doubleheader with Southeast Missouri on March 3... had a three-hit day against Dallas Baptist on March 9... was 3-for-3 against nationally-ranked Cal State Fullerton on March 15, starting a run of four consecutive multi-hit games... scored twice and drove in a run against Oklahoma on March 19... had three RBI against Southeastern Louisiana on April 13, starting a run of five straight games with an RBI... had a three-hit day at Sam Houston State on April 21... posted back-to-back multi-hit games against Lamar on April 3 and 4... tallied hits in six of his final seven collegiate games... scored three runs at the Southland Conference Tournament... selected in the 27th round of the MLB Draft by the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.
Started 62 games for the Golden Eagles and played in all 63 games... reached base safely in 32 starts, totaled 50 hits for the season... batted .213 in 235 at bats... drove in 30 runs and crossed the plate 31 times... one of six Golden Eagles with double figure extra base hits, including 10 doubles and two homeruns, against Western Illinois on April 20 and in an upset of No. 4 Baylor in the Waco Regional on June 1... had a pair of four RBI games against Eastern Michigan on Feb. 24 and 26 at home... reached safely on two doubles in a four hit contest against Alcorn State on March 4... scored the tying run on the winning sequence in a Golden Eagle victory on March 11 at Alabama.
Prior to ORU
Played the 2011 season at Jefferson College in St. Louis, Mo... played the 2010 season at Wichita State University in Wichita, Kan... helped lead Shockers to a 41-19 record and Missouri Valley Conference championship.
2009 graduate of Lafayette HS in Wildwood, M. ... drafted in the 46th round by the Detroit Tigers... earned 1st team All-State, All-Metro, All-Conference, and team MVP honors... broke the single season home run record previously held by Ryan Howard of the Philadelphia Phillies.
Son of Gary and Donna Goro... Business major... chose ORU over Missouri State, Missouri, Baylor, and TCU.