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3  Sean Iverson
Sean Iverson

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Tempe, Ariz.

High School:
McClintock

Last College:
Mesa C.C.

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 208

Position:
INF

Birthdate:
09/17/1982

Experience:
TR


AT MESA COMMUNITY COLLEGE, MESA, ARIZ.
Played two seasons at Mesa Community College under coaches Tony Cirelli, Bill Moore, Doug Rose and Brian Gerlach...in 2002 his team went 48-12 setting a new school record for wins in a single season...his 2002 team also won the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference (ACCAC)...in 2003 he hit .356 and led the league with 23 doubles and finished third in the league with 45 RBI...the 2003 team also won the ACCAC and he earned All-ACCAC honors as well as all-southwest region accolades.

HIGH SCHOOL
Played varsity baseball and freshman basketball at Class 5A McClintock High School in Tempe, Ariz....coached by Jim Merrick and Harold Bull...his junior season he was named first-team all-region, all-city shortstop and was a second-team all-state selection...hit .456 as a junior with 15 stolen bases and 16 doubles...helped lead his team to the quarter finals of the state tournament his senior year and earned second-team all-region honors....was an honor roll student all four years of high school.

PERSONAL
Born on Sept. 17, 1982 in Tempe, Arizona to parents Barry and Robin Iverson...his father Barry is a restaurant manager and a graduate of Hiram Scott College...his mother Robin attended Beloit College and UC-Irvine and works as a loan officer...has an older brother Robert (25) and a younger brother Eric (18)...currently majoring in general studies and hopes to coach high school baseball after graduation.

GETTING TO KNOW SEAN
Favorite Television Show: The Simpsons
Favorite Televsion Channel: ESPN
Favorite Movie: Dumb and Dumber
Favorite Food: Hot Dogs
Favorite Actor: Adam Sandler
Favorite Actress: Jennifer Lopez
Favorite Singer/Musical Group: Eminem
Favorite Major Leaguer: Andy Fox
Favorite Major League Team: Arizona Diamondbacks
Favorite Sportscaster: Stuart Scott
Started Playing Baseball At Age: 5

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