Played in 27 games for the Tigers, earning the start four times ... was 2-for-5 with a run scored against Gonzaga on Feb. 17 in his second start of the year ... drove in three runs as he came off the bench to go 3-for-4 with a pair of doubles against Saint Louis on March 14 ... had an impressive fall, both at the plate and in the field, as he attempted to earn the starting spot in centerfield.
Played in 14 games for the Tigers after transferring from St. Louis Community College at Forest Park ... had two hits and drove in five in nine plate appearances in 2006 ... recorded his first hit as a Tiger against Purdue on March 11 ... had a triple, scored a run and drove in two against Mississippi Valley State on May 6 ... followed that with another two-RBI game in the finale against Mississippi Valley State on May 7 ... appeared as a pinch runner for the Tigers in several games of the 2006 season.
ST. LOUIS CC-FOREST PARK
Hit .360 for St. Louis Community College at Forest Park ... had 12 doubles and stole 25 bases ... helped team to a 28-17 record and an appearance in the Super Regional.
Had a .525 batting average with three home runs and 10 RBI as a senior at Lafayette High School ... was a first team all-state, all-metro and all-conference selection as a senior ... was the Suburban West Conference Player of the Year ... holds the school record for stolen bases, runs scored and hits in a season and has the third highest batting average in school history ... team was 20-4 in 2004, which was second best record in school history ... was a member of the academic renaissance program at Lafayette all four years.
Born in Wildwood, Mo. ... son of John and Sue Calvert ... majoring in geography ... career goals include working in an MLB front office.