Scott Sarver will play his first season of collegiate baseball with the Lions’ program...a left-handed pitcher that will see time in middle innings...a spot pitcher who will play in a situational role...will see time against left-handed hitters...looking to develop into a solid pitcher for LMU.
He is a 2001 graduate of South Hills High School in West Covina, CA...finished with a 3.20 grade point average...was a three-year letterwinner for coach Kevin Smith at South Hills...was an All-Valle Vista League selection as a senior and earned second-team All-CIF honors in Division IV...was selected as South Hills “Cy Young” award winner as a senior...led team to CIF playoffs.
Scott Michael Sarver was born on Nov. 4, 1982 in Glendora, CA...he is the son of Linda Sarver...he has three brothers, Frank, and twins Steve and Brad...his brother Frank played baseball at LMU in 1990 and finished at the University of South Carolina in 1994 and went on to play in the minor leagues in 1994...he was a peer teacher for fourth graders, teaching anti-drug awareness...recruited by USC, Arizona State and Long Beach State...his major is undeclared.
Baseball - 4/23/2017
Lions Sweep Waves, Take Game Three 4-2
Baseball - 4/24/2017
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Baseball - 4/22/2017
Abbott Pitches Lions to Series Win at Pepperdine
Baseball - 4/21/2017
Smart, Hill Post Four Hits in Win at Pepperdine
Baseball - 4/20/2017
PCH Cup Series Sends LMU to Pepperdine
Baseball - 4/18/2017
Early Runs Back Benedetti in Win