AT FRESNO CITY COLLEGE
|20 Jason Pasma
Enrolled at Fresno City in the fall of 1999 and played both soccer and baseball…coached by Eric Solberg and Ron Scott…helped lead Fresno City to the Northern California Championship in both 2000 and 2001…was a First-Team All-American in 2002 and was the Most Valuable Player of the Central Valley Conference in 2002…as a soccer player he was named the Most Valuable Player of the Central Valley Conference in 2002 earning MVP honors in the same season for two different sports…led the team with a .389 batting average along with 58 RBI and six home runs.
Played varsity baseball and soccer at Madera High School in Madera, Calif…coached by Bobby Gutierrez and Dan Asconio…was a First-Team All-League selection as a senior and a Second-Team All-League pick as a junior…graduated from Madera High School in June of 1999.
Born on November 5, 1980 to parents Mike and Barbara Pasma…father Mike is a graduate of Dort College and is an assembly technician…his mother Barbara is the church custodian…has one older brother A.J. (23) and three younger siblings….Keith (18)…Curtis (16) and Danielle (15)…currently majoring in human sciences at Texas Tech.
GETTING TO KNOW JASON
I chose Texas Tech because: The Facilities are amazing
Favorite Food: Chicken
Favorite Movie: 61
Favorite Actor: Bruce Willis
Favorite Actress: Julia Roberts
Favorite Restaurant: Olive Garden
Favorite Athlete: Robert Alomar
My Role Model Is: My Dad
If I could Play Another Sport At Texas Tech It Would Be: Soccer