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Chris Gonzalez

Corporate Finance


Gonzalez graduated magna cum laude, boasting a 3.7 GPA and earning his degree in corporate finance. He is now enrolled in graduate school where he expects to earn his MBA in June.

At Stetson, Gonzalez has been named to the ASUN All-Academic Team multiple times and has earned both Honor Roll and Dean’s List recognition every semester.


Gonzalez is a team captain for Stetson. He is responsible for setting a high standard of excellence and accountability within the program and continues to do so. Gonzalez completed a nine-week leadership training course to be able to hold the position.

He is also a member of Stetson Baseball’s Leadership Committee, where he is responsible for being part of bi-weekly meetings with the head coach. Gonzalez discusses topics such as team positives, negatives, and helps schedule events to volunteer at.

Lastly, Gonzalez has volunteered with the Chisholm Center in DeLand, FL. He was able to use his communication skills to effectively conduct a four-week youth sports clinic at the after-school daycare, helping the children learn and have fun while taking part in it.


In addition to volunteering with the Chisholm Center, Gonzalez has worked with the Miracle League of Miami-Dade. He served as a volunteer and assisted in event operations, serving as a coach of mentally challenged children who are given the opportunity to play baseball.

Gonzalez also volunteered with the St. Louis Catholic Church, Archdiocese of Miami-Dade County. He prepared gift baskets and wrapped toys on holidays for families who couldn’t afford to provide their children with gifts. Gonzalez also assisted as an event staff member in yearly festivals that were aimed to raise money for the less fortunate.


At Stetson, Gonzalez has made 43 career appearances on the mound with 29 starts. He holds a 13-7 record with a 4.38 ERA in 195.1 innings, also recording 159 strikeouts and just 43 walks.

He earned a spot on the 2019 ASUN All-Tournament Team after an impressive postseason run, allowing just one earned run over 11 innings of work.