Arizona 2012 A top reserve at second base ... Appeared in five games with one start ... Went 1-for-5 with a walk and two runs scored and had career-high four putouts and two assists in only start of season against East Tennessee State (4/29). Entered as a defensive replacement and went 0-for-1 in first game of series against Bucs (4/27) ... Entered as a defensive replacement and went hitless in only at bat in appearance against New Mexico State (3/21) ... Pinch hit (0-for-1) and remained in game to play second base, registering one putout against Eastern Michigan (3/10) ... Went 0-for-1 with a walk and an RBI in pinch-hit performance against Harvard (3/4).
Arizona 2011 Played in three games as a redshirt freshman ... Made two pinch-hit appearances and one defensive appearance at second base ... Tallied first career assist defensively at second base against Alcorn State (5/8) ... Went 0-for-1 following pinch-hit opportunity against New Mexico (3/29) and stayed in game to play second base ... Drew a walk and scored a run in first career plate appearance at UNLV (3/8).
Arizona 2010 Redshirted.
High School Graduated from Sabino High School in Tucson, Ariz., in 2009 ... Earned two varsity letters under coach Rod Allen ... Named a First Team All-Kino Region member ... Hit .450 and reached base at a .490 clip as a senior ... Played for the 2009 American Legion State Championship team ... Also played basketball in high school, earning one varsity letter.
Personal Born in Thousand Oaks, Calif. ... Son of Andrew and Linda Lopez ... Has two older sisters, Kristi and Kerri ... Played three seasons with older brother Michael, who is now the team's volunteer assistant coach ... Is enrolled in the College of Humanities with a major in religious studies and a minor in history ... Hobbies include reading, playing Temple Run and finding peace in nature ... Favorite professional sports team is the Los Angeles Dodgers ... Future career aspirations include moving to an underdeveloped country or going to seminary ... Rooms with teammates Brandon Dixon, Johnny Field and Stephen Manthei.