Austin O’Such

With significant experience playing baseball at increasingly higher levels of competition, Austin O'Such possesses an extensive understanding of the game and excellent playing skills. As an athlete when he attended California's Los Altos Hills High School, Austin O'Such played varsity baseball for three years and one year each of basketball and football. He won the Bob Baird Scholarship Award for his outstanding athletic prowess and for his personal conduct off the field.

Austin O'Such went on to earn his Associates of Arts in General Education with a Business emphasis with a 3.45 grade-point average in 2012 from Yavapai College in Prescott, Arizona. While enrolled at Yavapai College, he played on the school's Roughriders baseball team, and Mr. O'Such earned distinction as the Arizona Community College Athletic Conference Co-Player of the Week for his performance at the plate. His statistics garnered attention as the team moved into the Valley of the Sun Spring Tournament Championship.

In 2012, Austin O'Such held a summer internship in the marketing and sales area at Spooner Boards, a San Diego-area manufacturer of board toys geared toward young snowboarders and surfers in training. Working for the expanding company, he served as the right-hand man to Spooner executives.

Mr. O'Such holds certification in first aid, white water rescue, and vertical ropes rescue. Exhibiting dynamic support of his community, Austin O'Such completed 1,500 hours of community service in 2010 and 2011 to organizations such as the Ronald McDonald House.