Wichita Falls, Texas
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5-10 / 193
2013: Started 52 of the 56 games he played in ... had 16 multi-hit games and six multi-RBI efforts ... was OSU's second-leading hitter in Big 12 play with a .314 average ... led Cowboys with 13 stolen bases ... set a career high with three steals vs. Southeastern (3/20) ... longest hitting streak of the season was eight games ... collected career-high four RBIs against Pacific (3/12) ... had a triple and home run in the game ... was named the Big 12 Player of the Week on May 13 after his performance against Oklahoma in the Bedlam Series ... against the 13th-ranked Sooners he was 7-for-10 at the plate while scoring three runs, collecting two doubles and two RBIs and turning in a .900 slugging percentage ... tied a career high with three hits in the series opener, including driving in the winning run with an eighth-inning single ... stole home in Saturday's win and added three more hits on Sunday ... was 4-for-13 (.308) with a double and triple and tied for the team lead with three RBIs at the NCAA Louisville Regional ... named to the Academic All-Big 12 First Team.
2012: Played in 31 games ... became a regular starter in outfield during last month of season and started 16 games overall ... recorded first-career hit in debut at Cal Poly (2/19) ... collected season-high two RBIs in a 2-for-3 outing against Alcorn State (5/13) ... went a career best 3-for-6 vs. Texas A&M (5/17) ... delivered first-career home run in that game.
HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered four years at Rider High School in Wichita Falls, Texas ... played for father, Scot Green, at RHS ... batted .493 his senior year ... an all-state selection as a junior and senior ... named district co-MVP ... helped lead his team to a 4A state title in 2011 ... also recruited by Oklahoma and Vanderbilt.
PERSONAL: A business major ... born Aug. 27, 1992 ... son of Scot and Lisa Green ... has one sister, Jordan ... favorite athletes are Josh Hamilton and Carl Crawford ... favorite movie is The Goonies ... favorite baseball memory was winning the state championship.