Meet the Future of Bronco Baseball: Jason Seever

Meet the Future of Bronco Baseball: Jason Seever

SANTA CLARA, Calif. – Continuing to introduce players that have signed NLI's, Santa Clara baseball introduces Jason Seever, a left-handed pitcher and outfielder from Hayward, Calif. Seever attended Castro Valley High School where he was coached by Mario Iglesias and Dave Huerta. 

"Santa Clara is in the perfect location for me," said Seever. "The field is the nicest complex I have ever played at and when I toured the school I loved the beautiful campus. The team is full of good people, the education is top-notch and I look forward to becoming a Bronco."

As a junior Seever helped his team go 17-8 and get to the NCS first round. He was 5-2 with a 1.29 ERA and was named First-Team All-League. He threw 5.0 shutout innings vs. Mission San Jose HS and was 3-3 with a home run. His sophomore year saw Castro Valley go 15-10 and advance to the NCS first round. Seever was 1-0 with a 1.62 ERA and was All-League Honorable Mention.

His amateur experience includes winning the District Championship from ages 13-15 and winning the State Championship as a 14 year old with his Babe Ruth League team. On the 12u travel team, Seever threw a no-hitter and was the 12u MVP.

His hobbies include snowboarding, fishing, eating and traveling. His relative Brian Seever played baseball at the University of Miami. He has one brother, Justin.

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