Ivan Gonzalez

#32 Ivan Gonzalez

C/3B | So. | 5-9 | 190 |B/T: R/R | Round Rock, Texas | Stony Point HS

2016 (Freshman)

  • Named to the Baseball America Freshman All-America Team
  • Named to the All-Big 12 Honorable Mention Team
  • Named to the Big 12 All-Freshman Team
  • Played in 43 games with 37 starts, 20 at third base, nine as designated hitter and eight at catcher
  • Led the team with a .381 batting average and a .437 on-base percentage while recording 51 hits, 23 RBI, nine doubles, three triples and 16 walks
  • Had three game-winning hits
  • Recorded 15 multi-hit games and seven multi-RBI contests
  • Had an 11-game hitting streak and a 13-game reached base streak
  • Drove in two runs on two hits and scored a run against No. 5 Texas Tech on May 26 at the Big 12 Championship
  • Drove in the eventual game-winning run on May 15 against William & Mary
  • Had six hits, five RBI and scored five runs in WVU’s series sweep of Texas from May 6-8
  • Named the Big 12 Newcomer of the Week on May 2 after hitting .571 and leading the team with eight hits, a .929 slugging percentage and 13 total bases and adding four RBI in four games from April 27-30 while making his career debut at third base
  • Singled in the 10th inning to bring home the winning run at Marshall on April 5

High School

  • Played for coach Tom Collins at Stony Point High
  • Hit .394 with eight doubles, one triple and nine home runs in 2014, leading the team in batting average, doubles and home runs
  • Named to the All-District 16-5A First Team in 2014 and the All-District 16-5A Second Team in 2013
  • Named the District 16-5A Freshman of the Year and to the All-District First Team in 2012
  • Coached by Calvin Schiraldi of the Austin Banditos


  • Son of David and Luz Gonzalez
  • Has one brother
  • Birthday is October 28
  • Majoring in pre-sport management
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WVU Reels in a Good One in Freshman Vera

By John Antonik | May 19, 2016

Fishing for good Texas players like Ivan Vera is enough for West Virginia baseball coaches to keep casting their line down in the Longhorn State.