Played for the Seattle Studs of the Pacific International League... led team to its best finish at the National Baseball Congress World Series with a second-place finish and a 6-2 record in the two-week tournament... posted six hits and seven runs scored in NBC Tournament action... batted .268 with four doubles, two triples, a home run and 16 RBI... tallied 43 putouts and eight assists without an error.
Central Arizona College
Transferred to UT Arlington after helping lead Central Arizona College to a third-place finish at the Junior College World Series in Grand Junction, Colo., with a 46-22 record while playing for head coach Jon Wente... named NJCAA first team All-Region I and was a first team All-Conference selection... led the team in batting average (.398), base hits (100) and triples (8)... recorded 14 doubles, five home runs, 42 RBI and was the team leader with 28 stolen bases... named the Central Arizona Male Student-Athlete of the Year in 2008... named to the CAC Academic Honor Roll during both semesters.
University of Puget Sound
Spent one year at NCAA D-III University of Puget Sound playing for head coach Brian Billings... broke school-record with 24-of-26 stolen bases... batted .315 with five home runs.
Three-year varsity letterwinner at Justin Siena High School for Coach Allen Rossi... helped lead Justin Siena H.S. to a 42-0 overall record, winning four consecutive league championships... a first team All-Conference and first team All-Region selection as a senior... named Conference Defensive Player of the Year and was a Puma High School All-American in 2006... a career .427 hitter during high school... earned First Team All-Conference and Conference Defensive Player of the Year honors in 2005.
Son of George and Dee Steggall... two of Steggall's uncles played football and baseball at Dartmouth and two cousins played professional soccer... born August 18, 1988... an English major at UT Arlington.