Avila-Good was named All-WAC First Team and WAC All-Tournament team in his senior season for Seattle University after being named to the All-WAC Second Team as a junior. He was one of two Redhawk field players to start all 23 matches in 2019 and he recorded one goal and three assists. Avila-Good scored the game-tying goal in the WAC Tournament Championship and started both NCAA Tournament contests in his senior season. In total, he made 75 appearances over four seasons for Seattle U.
Avila-Good was a member of Winnipeg South End United from 2009-2015 and spent time with the U-15 Canadian National Team.
Avila-Good was born in Kingston, Ontario to German Avila and Sara Good. He has one brother, Manuel.