|Major:||Secondary Education - Math|
2011: Enters his junior year as a key cog in the Spartan lineup . . . moves to second base after spending most of last season as the Spartans’ designated hitter . . . is a prototypical lead off hitter with good spend and the ability to get on base . . . also has some extra base power from the left handed batters box . . . is a career .399 hitter in 76 games . . . has scored 64 career runs while he has 93 hits, 10 doubles, and two triples . . . has also picked up 20 career stolen bases . . . has worked very diligently to become a better defensive player and the coaching staff is very happy with his progress . . . is a highly competitive player that helps bring out the best in his teammates.
2010: Earned All-CAC accolades as a designated hitter as he hit .362 in 42 games during the year . . .had 39 runs scored, 15 RBI, seven doubles, and a triple from his lead off spot . . . coaxed 25 walks and was hit with six pitches as his on-base percentage was an impressive .464 . . . stole a team-high 11 bases while he also had a team-high 10 sacrifice bunts . . . tied a career-high with four hits in the March 10 Wesley contest . . . went 3-for-3 with two runs scored and an RBI in the April 23 win over Franklin & Marshall . . . had at least one hit in 32 games including 15 multi-hit games . . . had a 13-game hit streak from March 28 through April 23 . . . hit .469 during the streak with 17 runs scored and seven RBI . . . stole two bases in a game twice during the year.
2009: Played in 34 games, starting 21 as a Spartan freshman . . . hit a team-best .453 with 25 runs scored, 14 RBI, three doubles and a triple in 95 at-bats . . . had a .505 on-base percentage and was successful in nine of his 11 stolen base attempts . . . recorded his first career hit on February 20 against Emory as he was 2-for-4 with an RBI . . . established a career-high with four hits in the April 8 game at Mary Washington . . . had 23 games in which he had at least one hit with 13 of those contests being multi-hit games for him . . . had a torrid five game streak in the middle of the year in which he went 15-for-21 (.714) with five runs scored, four RBI, and six stolen bases.
Personal: Is the son of Charlie and Linda Worthman . . . Is an Entrepreneurship major and a Mathematics minor at YCP . . . lists Spartan assistant coach Mike Scappa as the person he most admires . . . lists Phillies all-star second baseman Chase Utley as his favorite professional athlete.