UCF's lone senior Bret Gordon went from walk-on to all-conference selection.
2014 -Appeared in 16 games with seven starts (5 LF, 2 DH) in final season on campus -Unanimous selection to The American Preseason All-Conference Team -Totaled seven hits with two doubles in 37 at-bats -Drove in five runs and scored three -Went 3-for-4 in the series finale victory over Siena (2/16) -Pinch hit and connected on a three-RBI double in final home at-bat on Senior Day vs. Presbyterian (5/11) 2013 -Walk-on made quite an impact in the final 28 games, 26 starts (20 2B, 5 SS, 1 DH), of the season while hitting .316 with five doubles, one homer and 12 RBI -Registered his first collegiate hit in his first career start at Memphis (4/6) -Notched his first-career RBI on a 2-for-4 afternoon at Memphis (4/7) -Singled and scored at USF (4/10) -Had an infield single to the ranging shortstop for a bases-loaded RBI in the win at No. 14 Rice -On a 3-for-4 night against FAU (4/16), ripped a 1-0 pitch over the left-field wall for his first-career collegiate home run -Added two hits vs. Marshall (4/19) -Singled to left-center with two outs in the second inning to drive home a run vs. Marshall (4/21) and added an RBI later that afternoon -Hit .500 with a pair of doubles and RBI in the series sweep of No. 30 Houston (4/26-28) -Came through with four hits in the series at No. 8 Florida State, including the game-tying RBI in a pinch-hit situation in the finale (5/3-5) -Hit .323 over the last 17 games of the season with seven RBI and five doubles Prior to UCF -Played for Dick Rohrberg and Damon Ramirez at Chamberlain High School -Named honorable mention for Hillsborough county his junior year -Hit .328 and was named All-Western Conference First Team his senior campaign -Also lettered two years on the basketball team -Was a member of the National Honor Society Personal -Born in Tampa, Fla. -Son of Doug and Tracy Gordon -Has two brothers, Anthony and Cole -Major is industrial engineering