Steve joined The Bay School as founding athletic director after 12 years as athletic director and a physical education teacher at Cathedral School for Boys. Steve grew up in Santa Cruz and attended Santa Cruz High School, where he lettered in varsity basketball and baseball for three years and received all-league and all-conference honors in basketball and baseball. After high school Steve attended San Francisco State University, where he played shortstop on the varsity baseball team for four years and was selected for the all-Western Region U.S. baseball team. Following graduation, Steve was drafted by the Atlanta Braves, was selected for the Mid-West All Start Team and was retained by the Braves as a coach for two years. In October of 2004, Steve was inducted into the San Francisco State University Athletic Hall of Fame. In spring 2009, Steve led The Bay School varsity baseball team to its first BCL-Central League Championship and North Coast Section post-season appearance.
Sam's bio is coming soon!
Eva Borrego is excited to join Bay's Athletic team as the Athletic Administrator. Originally from Albuquerque, New Mexico, Eva comes from a very musical family, which helped mold her life-long passion for Latin music and dance. At age 14, Eva formed a career as a self-taught dancer by emulating dance styles from Latin music channels and Janet Jackson videos, and by staying up late at night practicing her moves. Eva’s career took off when she moved to San Francisco in 1994; she started taking salsa lessons, and later began competing in numerous local competitions. A year later, Eva was discovered by Kenny Edmond, Usher’s agent, and toured California with Jon B. and Usher for two years as a Hip Hop dancer and choreographer. Eva has also taught dance at many fitness and dance locations including ODC, MDC, and Dance Mission Theatre in San Francisco. Now, Eva channels this passion and energy in creating an exhilarating and popular Zumba class part time for 24 Hour Fitness and The YMCA, while building a community among her students.