Steve Seymour (basketball) - Early Life

Early Life

Seymour is a graduate of Bridgewater State University in Bridgewater, Massachussetts. He holds a bachelor of science degree in physical education from the school. Following his graduation from Bridgewater State, Seymour spent eight years teaching high school, and coached a girl's high school basketball team to two New Hampshire state titles.

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