Continuing to highlight the future of the program, Santa Clara baseball introduces Kyle Czaplak of Pacific Grove High School in Pacific Grove, Calif.
"Santa Clara was without a doubt the best fit for me in all ways possible," said Czaplak. "The coaching staff here is unbelievable and they are building something that I cannot wait to be a part of. Besides the amazing field, facilities and campus, the feeling of family and the tightness throughout the program is unbelievable. I feel I am going to be able to develop not only as a baseball player but also as a human being."
Four Days Left to Help Matt Ozanne and Broncos Raise Funds for Men's Health
Senior Matt Ozanne participates in Movember
Senior Matt Ozanne and 15 other members of the Santa Clara Baseball program are making one last push to raise funds and awareness for men's health. Teaming up with the organization Movember (www.Movember.com), the Bronco players and staff are growing out their moustaches this month along with thousands of other men around the world. With their Mo's, the Broncos are working to raise awareness and funds for men's health issues, specifically prostate and testicular cancer initiatives.
"This is a fun and easy way to support something that is vitally important," said Ozanne. "Just by growing a moustache, I can help raise awareness and funds for prostate cancer and men's health."
Inside the Patricia A. and Stephen C. Schott Admission and Enrollment Services Building
By Donna LeyVa
Santa Clara Magazine
Former Bronco Baseball Player Stephen Schott helped to make this building possible
The doors are officially open on a building sure to welcome visitors to the Mission Campus like never before. Just inside the University's main entrance on Palm Drive, the Patricia A. and Stephen C. Schott Admission and Enrollment Services Building was dedicated on Oct. 10. It's the crowning piece of a master plan for campus improvement rolled out in 2001.
A generous gift from Patricia and Stephen Schott '60 made the building possible, with additional gifts donated by other members of the Class of 1960.