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Nate Schierholtz

2009 SRVHS Athletic Hall of Fame

Nate Schierholtz, Class of 2002:

The easiest introduction for Nate is that he is a member of the San Francisco Giants Major League Baseball team.

At San Ramon, Nate was an All-League selection for both his Junior and Senior years. Nate also set the school record for most doubles. Nate was an All-League selection for both his Junior and Senior years. Nate also set the school record for most doubles. Nate was an All-American at Chabot College and set a school record for most home runs. Nate also played for the USA Baseball team in the last summer Olympics!

After receiving a full scholarship to the University of Utah, Nate decided to keep it local and attended Chabot College in 2002-2003. While there he was named All American and set the school record for home runs.

After the 2002-03 seasons, Nate received a scholarship to LBSU and was soon drafted by the San Francisco Giants as a second round pick in the MLB draft in 2003.

Nate worked his way through the ranks at Single A in 2003-2004, Double A and Triple A in 2004-2006 and to the Big Leagues in 2007.

Nate donated his time and talents starting with the Fresno Junior Giants while in AAA, and most recently with the SF Junior Giants. He is also a supporter of the SRVHS baseball team giving his time and memorabilia to support the Wolves.

Look for Schierholtz to start making a huge mark in the Major Leagues in the coming season. Though Nate calls Scottsdale, Arizona his home, as a member of a local sports team and one of our own. Nate is able to keep his roots here alive and well.