|Title:||Assistant Baseball Coach|
|Year:||First year at Santa Clara; Ninth year as an Assistant Coach|
|Previous College:||University of San Diego ‘03|
Mike Oseguera enters his 1st year coaching at Santa Clara University. Previously, he spent eight years coaching at UC San Diego. Coach Oseguera will work with SCU’s hitters and outfielders in 2011, while continuing to help head coach Dan O'Brien run the Broncos’ baseball camps.
While Oseguera was at UCSD the Tritons compiled a record of
304-149 (.671) and played in eight consecutive California
Collegiate Athletic Association conference tournaments, winning the
tournament title four times (in 2005 and 2009-11). In 2009 the
Tritons won the CCAA regular season title for the first time in
program history and advanced to the Division II College World
Series, another program first. In 2011, UCSD finished with an
overall record of 42-15, going 26-4 at home, and led the CCAA in
Batting AVG., Runs Scored and Doubles.
Oseguera graduated from the University of San Diego in 2003, where he played four seasons as both a pitcher and position player. He led the team in appearances in 2002 and was a member of two West Coast Conference championship teams (2002, 2003). The Toreros advanced to the NCAA Regionals both years.
Played three seasons for Justin Machado at San Diego’s baseball powerhouse, La Costa Canyon High School. Earned Co-Player of the Year honors in 1999. Coach Oseguera has four brothers (David, Robert, Paul, and Daniel) and one sister (Olivia). Brother Paul pitched at UCLA.
Also served as a head coach for two youth travel baseball teams (RSF Titans and North County Cobras) in the San Diego area. The Titans and Cobras have established themselves as two of the premier travel ball teams in San Diego with the help of local coaching great Eric Andrews.