Air Force vs. BYU - May 21, 2010
Air Force vs. BYU - May 22, 2010
Air Force vs. New Mexico - April 25, 2010
Air Force vs. Northern Colorado - April 6, 2010
Air Force vs. Colorado Christian - March 30, 2010
2009 (Junior): Played in all 51 games, starting 50...second on the team in several offensive categories, including average (.347), homers (9), runs (45), hits (67), doubles (13), total bases (111) and slugging (.575)...led teams with 33 walks and .448 on-base percentage...fielded .995 on the season, with just two errors in 431 chances...batted.316 in MWC play and led team with four homers, 17 runs and 18 RBIs in conference action...second on team with 19 multi-hit and nine multi-RBI games...nine-game hitting streak was third best on team...had five 3+ hit games and two 4+ hit games...hit two home runs in a game vs. Utah Valley...drove in five runs in a game vs. Colorado Christian...fifth in the MWC in putouts and chances.
2008 (Sophomore): Played and started in 50 games ... batted .289 with 56 hits ... clutch hitter led Air Force with four game-winning RBIs and scored game-winning run three times ... led team and ranked 10th in MWC with 46 RBIs .... second on team with six homers ... was fourth in the conference with 19 doubles ... Twice, named MWC Player of the Week ... set a MWC record and tied school record with seven runs scored against Doane College ... went 3-for-5 with four RBIs as well vs. Doane ... went 2-for-5 with a triple, homer and five clutch RBIs in win vs. Ohio State ... went 4-for-6 with five RBIs, including dramatic walk-off grand slam vs. BYU ... had 19 multi-hit games and had five games with three-plus hits.
2007 (Freshman): Played in 48 games, starting 40 ... batted .246 with 32 hits and 19 RBI ... third on the team with 11 doubles ... fourth on the team in RBI and walks (17) ... had 10 multi-hit games ... started 32 games at DH, seven at first base and once in lef t field ... batted .277 in MWC play, fifth on the team ... hit first-career home run against San Diego State ... had a career-best three hits against New Mexico ... stole three bases.
Roseville HS (Roseville, Calif.): Lettered two years in baseball and football ... two-time all-Sierra Foothill league selection ... team captain in baseball and football ... two-time all-Sierra Foothill league quarterback and league and team MVP in football ... second team Nor Cal selection and selected for Nor Cal Optimist baseball and football all-star games ... high school baseball coach was Hank Demello.
Personal: Member of cadet squadron 37, the Animalistic Skyraiders ... attended USAFA Prep School and played for the football team as a quarterback ... played summer ball for the Alexandria Beetles (Minn.) in the Northwoods League this past summer ... completed Operations Air Force at Barksdale AFB, La., two summers ago ... has two Shih Tzu dogs named Lola and Fancy Face ... credits his father and uncle as having the biggest influence on his sports career ... favorite MLB team is the San Francisco Giants ... favorite player is Ken Griffey Jr. and wears #24 because of him ... has two brothers, Austin (23) and Weston (18) ... son of Jim and Leasa Gentry.
Why I came to the Academy: "The primary reason I came to the Academy was to play Div. I baseball. Once I got here, the opportunities after graduation have kept me here. Opportunities like being a pilot, a degree from a school that provides a world class education, and the camaraderie you develop from classmates and friends.