|High School:||St. Francis CCC HS|
Started 40 games at second base, third base and DH. Came off the bench in six more. Hit .261 on the season with a .379 slugging percentage, a triple and one home run. His 13 doubles was second on the team and 12th in the Big West. Turned in seven multi-hit games including three-hit games against Cal Poly (both April 28 and 29), and a four-hit game against Brown (March 24). Collected eight hits in 20 at bats with a two doubles and three RBI against Brown (March 24-26).Went 6-for-8 with two doubles, a homer and two RBI in the series against Cal Poly (April 27-29).
Appeared in 30 games, starting 13 for the Tigers. Played five different positions for Pacific: second base, shortstop, left field, centerfield and designated hitter. Collected 13 hits in 58 at bats for a .224 average, with two doubles, a triple and a home run. Drove in 10 runs on the year, while scoring nine. Add both a sacrifice bunt and sacrifice fly. Made his Pacific debut as a pinch runner and scored against Kansas State (Feb. 19). Started against Gonzaga and went one-for-three with a double and run badded in on March 5. Delivered an RBI single in two at bats at Nevada (March 12). Added a two-RBI day against the Wolfpack on March 13. Hit his first career home run, delivering a pinch-hit three-run blast to left to give Pacific all the runs the Tigers would need in a 3-0 win over San Francisco on March 27. Scored three runs in the Tigers’ win at Sacramento State on March 29, with a triple and a walk. Went two-for-four with an RBI as the starting DH against UC Davis on May 8. Went three-for-eight on the season as a pinch-hitter
A two-time First Team All-Santa Cruz Coast League selection, as a junior and senior... Gomez posted a .495 batting average as a senior with three home runs. During his junior campaign, he recorded a .567 batting average as 19 of his 51 hits went for extra bases. He also drove in 34 runs and stole 36 bases in 37 attempts… As a sophomore, Gomez tallied a .415 average with six doubles and three home runs… During Gomez’s sophomore season in 2008, he hit .415 with six doubles, three home runs, and 28 RBI. That gave Curtis a .646 slugging percentage which helped him earn second team all-league accolades… Played under his father, Curtis Gomez, who was the head coach of St. Francis Central Coast Catholic High School… A three-sport athlete, Gomez also played quarterback on the varsity football team and point guard on the Sharks basketball team, earning First Team All-League honors in basketball as a senior.
Vince Curtis Gomez… Son of Curtis and Magda Gomez… Has older sister Alyssa… Majoring in Sports Management…. Plans to play professional baseball or go into coaching baseball.