Hit just .223 in his first season as a Tiger, but battled injuries for much of the year but still lead the team in doubles (nine) and drove in 14 runs while walking 16 times.
Was the Tigers' best hitter over the final 13 games, batting .356 with a team-best 10 RBI and five doubles while slugging .467 with two runs.
In his last 12 games, he had seven multi-hit games, tallying five doubles in that span, raising his batting average from .145 to .223 in that span.
Had multi-hit games in his final four games of the season, doubling in three of those four games.
Hit .295 with 17 RBI while playing for Northeast Texas Community College under head coach Josh Stewart.
Guided his team to a conference championship and the team hosted an NJCAA Regional.
Selected to the Texas/New Mexico All-Star Game.
Hit .462 with five homeruns and 33 RBI in his senior season at Sinton High School under head coach Gene Kasprzyk.
Led Stinton to the Area Quarterfinals in his senior season.
Finished his career at Stinton with a .426 batting average, 19 home runs and 87 RBI.
Named 2010 District MVP and was All-South Texas First Team shortstop in 2010 and All-State Second Team shortstop.
First Team All-District shortstop in 2008 and 2009 and was an All-South Texas first team honoree in both 2008 and 2009 and was All-State honorable mention as a designated hitter in 2008.
2007 District Newcomer of the Year.
Led his team to the 2010 Area Quarterfinals and the State Semifinals in 2007.
Born Jan. 27, 1992, to parents Salvador and Sandra Segovia in Corpus Christi, Texas.
Undecided on his intended major while at Mizzou.