|High School:||Bishop O'Dowd High School|
1999: Started 22 of the 37 games he played...Contributed stellar defensive plays while patrolling centerfield while committing only one error...Struggled with a .184 batting average...Finished with four doubles, six RBI, and 1 homerun...Went 3-for-4 with two runs scored in a game against Santa Clara...Hit one homerun against USC...Had two multi-hit games.
1998: Appeared in 25 games, starting 19...Had two homeruns in 56 at bats...Drove in career-high two runs vs. Washington on February 20...Had two hits, including a homerun, and scored twice vs. Oregon State.
High School: Played for Ray Allen at Bishop O'Dowd...Hit .405 during his career as a prepster. Hit .440 with seven homeruns and 31 RBI as a senior team captain...Batted .365 as a junior with three homeruns and 22 RBI...Was named All-Hayward Area Athletic League his junior and senior years and All-County his senior year...Led Bishop to a HAAL championship his junior year and the 3A Divisional title his senior campaign...Also competed in basketball as a prepster.
Personal: Born January 10, 1979 in San Francisco, CA... Nicknamed "Rabbit"...Favorite novels are "A Clockwork Orange" and "The Only Way I Know"...Favorite athletes are Joe Kemper and Robby Thompson...Favorite TV shows are The Simpsons and South Park...Brother of former UCSB outfielder Joe Kemper...Son of Ron and Sharon Kemper...Majoring in Sociology while minoring in Sports Management...Would like to dedicate this season in loving memory of his grandparents Margaret and Earl White.