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Nittany Lions fall at Iowa in finale
Nittany Lions beat Villanova, thunderstorms
Seven-run second, senior pitchers secure win
Nittany Lions respond to early set back with evening win
Freshmen shine at the plate and on the mound in win
Transferred to Penn State following two seasons at San Joaquin Delta College ... Originally attended Arizona but did not play after suffering an ACL injury prior to freshman season.
2017 (San Joaquin Delta - Sophomore)
Second-team all-conference ... Batted .295 with five home runs and 31 RBIs in 45 games at catcher and first base.
2016 (San Joaquin Delta - Redshirt Freshman)
Batted .248 with a home run and 15 RBIs in 36 games at catcher.
2015 (Arizona - Freshman Year)
Missed season due to injury.
Four-year letterwinner playing baseball at Freedom High School for head coach Gary Alexander ... 2014 Perfect Game Honorable-Mention All-American and ranked in Perfect Game Top 500 in 2014 ... Two-time first-team all-league honoree ... Named to Oakland A’s Area Code team in 2013 ... Team captain and MVP as a junior and senior ... Also lettered for one season on the football team ... Named North Coast Section Honorable Athlete ... Volunteered with local youth baseball camps and helping the homeless.
Full name is Shea Scott Sbranti ... Born on June 21, 1995 in Oakley, California ... Parents are Scott and Nancy Sbranti ... Has a younger sister, McCall ... Father, Scott, played football at Utah State ... Hobbies include golf, hunting, snow sports and water sports ... Major is communications arts and sciences.
ON CHOOSING PENN STATE
“Penn State has always been a dream school of my family’s and I. Once Coach Cooper came calling, I knew Penn State would be the best fit for me academically and in baseball. WE ARE!”