|High School:||Lackawanna Trail|
|Previous College:||Potomac State|
2009: Played in 50 games, all of which he started at shortstop... Named First-Team All-Horizon League at shortstop and to the all-newcomer team... Became the only first-team all-conference shortstop in school history, and his eight homers were the most ever by a YSU shortstop... Ranked fifth in the Horizon League in doubles (17), fifth in home runs (eight), seventh in hit by pitch (10) and ninth in slugging percentage (.521)... Had team-high totals in runs scored (37), RBIs (36), doubles, homers, total bases (98), at bats (188), games started (50) and assists (125)... Finished with 12 multi-RBI games, 16 multi-hit games and seven multi-run games... Also batted .370 with runners in scoring position and .380 after the fifth inning... 23 of his 36 RBIs also came after the fifth, and 14 came with two outs... Batted .370 against left-handers... Got off to a torrid start, batting .425 with eight doubles in his first 11 Division I games... Gave YSU the lead in the ninth inning on back-to-back days at VMI during the stretch... Doubled twice in both games against VMI, and homered against the Keydets in the first... Hit home runs on back-to-back days at Valparaiso on May 1-2... Also homered against Buffalo in the regular season finale, highlighting a game when he also doubled twice, scored three times and drove in a career-best four runs... Held hitless in back-to-back games only twice... Scored a career-high three runs three different times... Had three hits twice, and drove in at least three twice... Five of his stolen bases came in his final 11 games... Was also solid in the field, turning in a .952 fielding percentage to compliment a team-best 125 assists... Was part of 27 double plays.
Potomac State College: Named to the National Junior College Athletic Association All-America second team... Hit .456 with 11 home runs and 15 doubles while slugging .823... Scored 52 times, 28 of his 67 hits went for extra bases and had an on-base percentage of .526... Was named the Eastern District Rawlings Big Stick award winner by finishing with the district’s top batting average... Also stole nine bases and had 67 hits... Started all 45 games at shortstop where he posted a .935 fielding percentage... Helped lead Potomac State to the Region XX finals.
High School: Was a four-year letterwinner and team captain two years... Was a three-time all-conference selection and team MVP twice... Played in the senior all-star game... Was also the team MVP of his legion team and a legion all-star... Helped lead the Lions to a conference and district championship and a berth in the state quarterfinals... Also played golf and basketball... Was a member of the National Honor Society and Who’s Who Among American High School.
Personal: Awarded the Richard M. Mayberry Scholarship for the 2009-10 academic year... Son of Michael and Rhonda Healey... Has a brother (Kelley)... Major is general studies... Born June 26, 1988.