Born in Los Angeles, Corona began his professional career with Club Tijuana in 2010. In his first season with the club, he helped his side earn promotion to the Primera División after making 34 starts and scoring six goals. In all, he has made 195 appearances for Club Tijuana, scoring 11 goals and adding nine assists. He has also spent time on loan playing for Club América, Veracruz and Sinaloa in Mexico.
In addition to his professional career in Mexico, Corona has featured for the U.S. Men’s National Team on both the youth and senior levels. The midfielder has made 23 senior appearances for the USMNT team, including caps during Olympic qualifying, CONCACAF Gold Cup and FIFA World Cup Qualifying matches.