He's qualified because: Talking soft, playing loud, the four-year varsity starter and Tri-River Athletic Conference co-Player of the Year checks out as one of the section's career greats.
Headed to the professional ranks with the Atlanta Braves organization.
His bio includes a team career record of 100-25-2 with two Division I titles and a mythical national crown, 33-6 pitching record and offensive pop, including seven home runs this season.
"I don't know where to start," Bears coach Tom Donald says. "Seth's meant so much to the program, not only as a baseball player but a role model for younger players. And he continues to improve. We haven't seen the best of Seth Moranda."