Osceola Signs On To Play Baseball at Pasco-Hernando State College

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After pitching 5 shutout innings and hitting a home run to help Okeechobee advance to the baseball regional semifinals, the night became even more special for senior Sean Osceola when immediately after the game he signed on to play baseball at Pasco-Hernando State College.

Pasco-Hernando State College is a D-2 Junior College located north of the Tampa/St Pete area in Pasco County. The Bobcats baseball program has a long rich history of success on the diamond including making the regional tournament seven out of the last eight seasons and the World Series in 2014. This season, PHSC won 35 games which is the second most in school history.

Asscociate Head Coach and recruiting coordinator Lyndon Coleman  signed Osceola and says the program is excited to add a complete player like Sean. Click this link to listen to Lyndon Coleman on Sean Osceola as a baseball player.

Aside from getting a good player, Coleman also knows PHSC is getting a good student athlete.  Click this link to listen to Lyndon Coleman on Sean Osceola as a baseball student.

Osceola is excited for the opportunity to keep playing baseball. Click this link to listen to  Sean Osceola on signing with Pasco-Hernando State College

Sean isn’t the only Brahman going to PHSC next year, Kassie Weldon signed on to play softball there earlier in the season.

 Sean Osceola with his parents Reno and Kellie Osceola and PHSC Associate Head Coach/Recruiting Coordinator Lyndon Coleman