1 - Matt Pritchett
Matt Pritchett
Height: 6-3
Weight: 215
Year: RS Junior
Hometown: San Mateo, Calif.
High School: Junipero Serra HS
Position: G
Major: English

2013 First-Team WWPA All-Conference

2013-14 Action Photos

AS A REDSHIRT JUNIOR IN 2013: Started all 33 games of the season…tallied 360 blocks, 30 steals, and 17 assists…recorded 13 blocks, two steals and one assist against George Washington at the Princeton Invitational…10 blocks and one assist against Iona College…recorded 17 saves against UC San Diego…big game in the cage with nine blocks, two steals, and one assist against Fresno Pacific…12 blocks against Redlands…32 blocks from SoCal Tournament…16 saves against UCLA…78 blocks from five games at Rodeo Tournament…named KAP7 WWPA Player of the Week…15 saves against Cal.

AS A REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE IN 2012: Played in 29 games … tallied 172 blocks, 17 steals and 13 assists … collected two exclusions and three blocks against Cal Lutheran on Sept. 22 … had three blocks against Chapman on Sept. 23 … collected three blocks in the second half against Pomona Pitzer on Nov. 18.

AS A REDSHIRT FRESHMAN IN 2011: Played in seven games, tallying 18 blocks and two steals … played the fourth quarter against No. 2 Cal at the Cal Bear Invitational and had two saves … had four blocks, playing the entire fourth quarter against Harvard.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2010: Redshirted the season.

HIGH SCHOOL: 2010 graduate of Junipero Serra High School in San Mateo, Calif. .... coached by Bob Greene ... named team MVP senior season ... named to the 1st team All-WCAL and 2nd team All-CCS … named to the NISCA All-American 5th team as a senior.

PERSONAL: Parents are Scott and Lisa Pritchett ... has a younger sister Haleigh... major is English ... interests include music and songwriting.

Why Santa Clara?I chose Santa Clara because it had exactly what I was looking for. Santa Clara is a small, private, Jesuit University. It has a lot of diversity, unity, a solid sense of community, an excellent academic program, and highly competitive athletics. It’s Division I for sports and one of the Top 3 schools in Northern California for academics. It’s also close enough to home for when I want it to be, and far enough away for when I don’t want it to be. SCU is the whole package, and that’s why I chose Santa Clara University!