Mitch Green
Mitch Green
Height: 6-2
Weight: 170
Year: Senior
Hometown: Cordova, Md.
High School: St. Michael's
Major: Business
  • "I made VWC my top choice because of the coaching staff."
  • Selected Virginia Wesleyan over Frostburg State University, Randolph-Macon College, Hampden-Sydney Colleg, Roanoke College and Virginia Military Institute

Collegiate Accomplishments

  • TBA

Prep Accolades

  • Competed in golf, soccer and baseball
  • Helped his team to a state championship in baseball in 2008
  • Selected as the golf team's Most Valuable Player as a senior
  • Baseball -- 2008 captain and defensive MVP, Unsung Hero Award recipient, and 2008 Coaches Award recipient
  • Soccer -- Defensive MVP, Goalie of the Year


  • Son of Julie and Brian Green; parents attended Frostburg State University and the University of Maryland
  • Has one sister, Lindsey
  • Enjoys the music of Eminem and spending vacation time in Myrtle Beach, S.C.
  • A fan of baseball great Brooks Robinson, the Baltimore Orioles, the Indianapolis Colts, and actor Will Ferrell
  • Favorites include the movie "Swimmers" and the TV series "Criminal Minds"
  • Self-description in 10 words or less: "Dedicated, passionate, honest, trustworthy, responsible"
  • My favorite aspect of being an athlete is: "competing with team members who share the love and passion for the sport as I do."
  • If I could spend one day with a famous person from any time period it would be: "Will Ferrell, because I love to laugh."
  • If I could participate in a reality show it would be: "Survivor, because I would never lose."
  • It's the year 2025 and: "I am successful, with a family who loves me and friends who rely on me in times of need."
  • If I could possess one superpower it would be: "Flying, so I could go anywhere at anytime."
  • People might be surprised to know: "I was in a movie when I was 12, called "Swimmers," where I played Greg, who was the catcher on the baseball team."
  • The most important advice I've received is: "Hard work beats talent when talent doesn't work hard." -- Father