About Steven Pesepane

Steven Pesapane studies Economics at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst, Massachusetts. Additionally, he is a sports enthusiast and has substantial experience playing and coaching sports, with a particular interest in baseball. Steven Pesapane has been playing baseball since he was five years old, and currently serves the Stony Brook, New York community as an assistant baseball coach for Three Village Baseball League. Furthermore, he is a seasonal student of baseball, football, and basketball at the college and professional levels.

In 2010, Steven Pesapane worked as a Golf Course Attendant at St. Georges Golf Club in East Setauket, New York. As such, Mr. Pesapane took on a variety of responsibilities including course setup for tournaments, greeting patrons and maintaining their equipment, driving and maintaining golf carts, maintaining the driving range, handling the pro-shop finances, and management of human resources.

With his focus on Economics and his passion for and experience in many different types of athletics, Mr. Pesapane aspires to have a career involving professional sports. Ideally, he would like to work in the areas of sports statistics, sports finances, or sports management through managing a stadium or team.

Finally, as a sportsman, Steven Pesapane promotes exercise and healthy eating through his own lifestyle. Mr. Pesapane is consistent in his approach to exercise, going to the gym five times a week. Additionally, he is a bodybuilder and focuses his exercise on weightlifting. As a bodybuilder, his diet includes regular GNC protein drinks. His diet also includes organic as well as whole foods. Steven Pesapane cites Trader Joes as his preferred supermarket.

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