Santa Clara Baseball Newsletter
December 19, 2012


Meet the Future of Bronco Baseball: Rory Graf-Brennen


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Rory Graf-Brennen signs with
Santa Clara Baseball
With an eye to the future, Santa Clara baseball introduces Rory Graf-Brennen of Ballard High School in Seattle Washington.


"I chose Santa Clara University because I will play for a great baseball team with a really good coaching staff and at the same time get a very high level of education," said Graf-Brennen. "I really like that Santa Clara is sincerely committed to having the athletes graduate, not just win, and coach Dan O'Brien has a player graduation rate that is off the charts."


Read the entire article here...

Monster Diesel Beast

By Keith Beauregard
Assistant Coach, Santa Clara Baseball

I love life, opportunity, success and the fact that you can be, legitimately whoever you want to be - lets all just go after it. I was in the weight room with my best friend seven months ago and we were discussing our career paths and visions for the future. This is pre SCU for me. We discussed, how do we take the next step in a world filled with debt, ego and uncertainty? Simple. Dominate the PROCESS. Be the best person; work the hardest, throw results out the window because they will come if you are process oriented.


Check out the enitre blog post by Coach Beauregard ...

Win a Santa Clara Baseball Polo in the Christmas Sweepstakes


Enter to win a Santa Clara
Baseball Polo

The Santa Clara Baseball sweepstakes contest is currently underway and will last until Friday, December 21. The sweepstakes is for Bronco Baseball Facebook friends who want to win a baseball polo or other merchandise. It only takes two simple steps to enter the sweepstakes. Thanks for participating, Go Broncos, and Merry Christmas!


Enter now to win a Santa Clara Baseball polo ... 

RD Academy High School Showcase January 12-13, 2013


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RD Academy
High School Showcase

January 12-13, 2013
RD Academy at Santa Clara University is hosting their second winter high school showcase camp on January 12-13, 2013 at Stephen Schott Stadium. The two-day camp is geared towards high school players who want to play collegiate and professional baseball. The camp includes drills, competitions, batting practice, evaluations, a campus tour, a recruiting seminar and live games.


"This a chance for high school players to showcase their skills, improve their play, recieve top level instruction from college coaches, and compete against some of the best high school players in the area," said Head Coach Dan O'Brien.

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