In 2017, Goldstein founded Pro Diamond Baseball as he began his first professional season with the Long Island Ducks. A native of Merrick, New York, Goldstein shined as a student-athlete at Southern New Hampshire University, where he was named the 2017 NE10 and D2CCA East Region Player of the Year, D2CCA All-Region First Team, All New England First Team and a D2CCA All-America Honorable Mention. He was also recognized to the NE10 All-Conference Team in each of his last three seasons with the Penmen, including an NE10 All-Rookie Team selection in 2013. To date, Goldstein still holds SNHU's career records for triples, runs scored and on-base percentage, while ranking second in hits and stolen bases, third in doubles and RBI, ninth in batting average and 10th in home runs. The 2x NE10 Conference Champion, was the assistant coach at Adelphi University for three years (2019-2021). In his first year, Goldstein helped mentor the Panthers to a 34-9-1 record, an NE10 Southwest Division regular-season title and a No. 5 national ranking. He continues to train baseball/softball players of all ages across Long Island, helping all players reach their full potential. Goldstein focuses on hitting, fielding, base running, and agility for all age groups. His dedicated team of coaches run Summer Camps and help local town teams run their practices. Goldstein has a BA in Sport Management from Southern New Hampshire University, MS in Criminal Justice from Southern New Hampshire University and a Masters in Arts in Physical Education from Adelphi University.
Goldstein now is a Physical Education Teacher in Bellmore Public Schools