10 Sean Williams
10 Sean Williams
Birth Date: 06/21/1989
Height: 6-2
Weight: 190
Year: Senior
Hometown: Costa Mesa, Calif.
High School: Calvary Chapel HS
Previous College: Irvine Valley College
Position: Infield

UC Santa Barbara
In his junior season, Sean played in 53 games, starting in 52 at second base... He posted a .268 batting average in 198 at-bats, tallying 53 hits ... He had a team high 31 walks, which counted as the fourth-most in the Big West ... His 10 sacrifice bunts were tied for fifth in the conference ... Had 15 multi-hit games ... Posted a seven-game hitting streak from April 13-24 ... Had 15 extra-base hits: 10 doubles, three triples and two home runs ... Recorded his first collegiate hit, a triple, on February 23 against Westmont ... On March 21 against New Mexico State he went 3-for-4 ... On May 25 he went 2-for-3 against CSU Bakersfield, scoring two runs with one RBI and two walks ... Finished the season with a hit in eight of the team's final nine games ... Mostly hit in the second spot in the lineup, doing so in 46 games ... Tallied 17 RBI on the season with a career-high two on April 1 at Sacramento State ... Had four straight multi-hit games from April 3-10.

2010 Summer
Sean played for the MLB Academy Barons in the California Collegiate League where he hit .236 in 57 at bats ... He played in 16 games and had 15 hits with 9 RBI ... Was selected to the CCL All Star team.

Irvine Valley College Played two seasons for the Lazers ... In 2009, Williams was named the team's Best Offensive Player after compiling 53 hits, 31 runs, 33 RBI, 14 doubles, two triples and four home runs ... Was also awarded the Silver Slugger Award ... Played in all 42 games ... Also stole eight bases ... Primarily played second base at IVC ... In 2008 scored 26 runs and drove in 36 more while hitting two home runs ... Helped IVC to the Super Regionals ... Was coached by Kent Madole and Jason Smith.

High School Was a four-year starter at Calvary Chapel for coach Doug Adams ... Was a First Team All-CIF honoree in his senior year ... Was the team's Defensive Player of the Year as well as being named First Team All-Orange Coast League ... Hit .363 as a senior with six home runs, 31 RBI and 22 runs scored ... As a junior, batted .380 with two homers, 17 runs scored and 31 RBI ... Named to the All-CIF Second Team ... Also was an all-Orange Coast League honoree ... Homered late in the CIF quarterfinals to give the Eagles a lead in a game the team won ... As a sophomore was named Calvary Chapel's Athlete of the Month in March ... Was give the team's Offensive Player Award after hitting .418 ... Won consecutive OCL titles in 2006 and 2007 ... The previous two seasons, helped lead team to Pacific Coast League crowns.

Personal Sean Williams was born on June 21, 1989 to proud parents Klint and Regina Williams ... Majoring in geography at UCSB with a minor in exercise and sports studies ... Aspires to be a firefighter or fitness trainer if he cannot be a professional baseball player ... Roots for the Lakers, Angels and Chargers ... Enjoys watching "Entourage," "South Park," "Boy Meets World," "House" and "Two and a Half Men" on television ... Favorite movies include "Green Street Hooligans," "Old School," "American History X" and "Wedding Crashers" ... Favorite athletes are LeBron James, Torii Hunter and Kelly Slater ... In the summer of 2009, helped the California Mariners to the AABC Stan Musial World Series ... Batted .430 with 55 hits, 10 doubles, five triples, five home runs and 43 RBI ... Played for the Seattle Mariners Elite Team for the Mariners Cup at Safeco Field in Seattle ... Enjoys playing basketball, surfing, snowboarding, wakeboarding and spear fishing in his spare time ... Was also recruited by New Mexico State and Texas A&M Corpus Christi ... Has two siblings - Stephanie and Stephen ... Nickname is "Willy" ... Most memorable athletic achievement was in the CIF quarterfinals when he and teammate Connor Rhoads hit back-to-back home runs to win the game.

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