Honors and Awards:
Summer 2010: Played for the Palm Springs Power of the Southern California Collegiate Baseball League ... Helped the Power post a 33-4 overall record.
2010 (Junior): Named Walt Houk Newcomer of the Year ... Played in 57 games, making 55 starts ... Hit .290 with 13 doubles, three homers and 34 runs scored ... Hit .345 in conference games with eight doubles and three homers ... Led the team with 10 sacrifice hits ... Fourth on the team with 16 multi-hit games ... Hit .351 with six doubles and two homers as the team's leadoff hitter ... Recorded first hit as a Jayhawk against Eastern Michigan (Feb. 22) ... Went 2-for-6 with three runs scored in 15-inning win at Baylor (March 26) ... Went 2-for-3 with a three-run homer at Nebraska (April 17) ... Hit first collegiate grand slam against Texas Tech (April 25) ... Recorded career-high four hits against Oklahoma State (April 30) and Missouri (May 7) ... Hit safely in 12-straight games from April 25 to May 18 ... Recorded three hits in back-to-back games against Kansas State (May 16) and Arkansas-Little Rock (May 18).
2009 (At South Mountain CC): Played in 51 games, batting .273 with three homers and 24 RBIs ... Scored 27 runs and stole nine bases in 10 attempts ... Team finished the season 40-18.
2008 (At South Mountain CC): Played in 56 games as a freshman, batting .325 with five homers, 30 RBIs and five stolen bases ... Played in the 2008 NJCAA Division I All-Star Game ... Team placed second in the ACCAC with a 38-20 record.
Flagstaff HS: Lettered four years in baseball for head coaches Michael Dobosh and Mark Hassenflua ... Hit .461 as a senior with three homers and 28 stolen bases ... Served as team captain during senior season ... A four-time all-league and all-region selection ... Tabbed all-state after his junior and senior years ... Named Defensive Player of the Year and a 4A All-Star during his final two seasons ... Played summer baseball for Arizona Firebirds ... Participated in the Connie Mack World Series in 2007 ... Finished his high school career with a .464 batting average, 71 RBIs and 60 stolen bases.
Personal: Son of Kenneth and Barbara Macias ... Born in Flagstaff, Ariz. ... Has an older sister, Ashley ... Cousin, Kyle Lobstein, plays in the Tampa Bay Rays' organization ... Another cousin, Rhiannon Baca, won a softball national championship with Arizona State ... A liberal arts major.