Lamar (Colo.) College
|Height / Weight:|
6-0 / 170
One of seven players who could potentially start from the hill for the Wildcats... Coaches see him as a potential Saturday starter... He brings a lot to the table with his arsenal... A smaller player, but has a very quick arm... Three solid pitches... Had a great summer in the Jayhawk League... Could log a lot of innings... However, coaches want to bring him along slowly.
during fall drills
Made one appearance for the Purple Sox during the Fall Ball World Series... Posted a 0-0 record and 18.00 ERA in two innings pitched, allowing four runs (all earned) on four hits with three strikeouts and one walk.
at lamar college (2001-02)
A two-year letterman at Lamar College in Lamar, Colo. ... A two-year starting pitcher... One of two Lamar players to sign with the Wildcats, joining teammate Terry Montoya... Helped the Lopes to a 59-5 overall record and a Region IX title in 2002 en route to a third-place finish at the NJCAA World Series in Grand Junction, Colo. ...Team finished the season at No. 13 in the final NJCAA poll... Named second team All-Region IX as a sophomore... Tied the school record for wins in a single-season (12)... Finished second in school history for career wins (17)... Collected a 12-2 mark and 3.79 ERA in 2002 in 16 appearances with 13 starts and three complete games... Allowed 38 runs (33 earned) on 70 hits in 61 innings pitched with 70 strikeouts and 17 walks... Helped the team to a 47-12 overall record in 2001 and a runner-up finish in the Region IX playoffs... Team finished the season at No. 13 in the final NJCAA poll... Made 13 appearances from the mound as the team's lone freshman in the rotation... Posted a 5-1 mark and 5.82 ERA in six starts with one complete game... Allowed 42 runs on 67 hits in 43.1 innings pitched with 30 strikeouts and 15 walks...Coached by Scott Crampton.
at overland high school
A three-year letterman at Overland High School in Aurora, Colo. ... Three-year starter as a pitcher... Earned first team All-Centennial Conference accolades as both a pitcher and outfielder as a senior... Selected to the league all-star team and played in the Colorado Top 40 Senior Game played at Coors Field, where he was the winning pitcher... Named the team's most valuable player and Offensive Player of the Year as a senior... Also lettered four years in golf, holding the team's top spot for three years... Senior Class President... Member of the National Art Honor Society and FCA... Coached by Don Parker.
(Full name: Sean Patrick Clancy) was born June 2, 1982, in Denver, Colo. ... He is the son of Bob and Lynda Clancy... Has a sister, Meghan (21)... Recalls greatest sports moment as being the winning pitcher for the Colorado Top 40 Senior Game at Coors Field... Played for the El Dorado Broncos during the summer of 2002... Led the team with a 4-0 record and 2.15 ERA in five games, including four starts... Allowed 11 runs (seven earned) on 23 hits in 29.3 innings pitched with 18 strikeouts and five walks... Opposing batters hit .228 against him... Coached by Jeff McCannon, the Wildcats' volunteer assistant coach in 2002... Majoring in business administration.