Steve Eicher-Public Address Announcer
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STEVE EICHER, 'THE MIC GUY'
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PUBLIC ADDRESS ANNOUNCER FOR THE "UNIVERSITY OF SAN DIEGO TOREROS" BASEBALL, SOCCER, SOFTBALL, BASKETBALL AND VOLLEYBALL. 2022-PRESENT
PUBLIC ADDRESS ANNOUNCER FOR THE POINT LOMA NAZARENE UNIVERSITY SEA LIONS. BASEBALL, BASKETBALL, VOLLEYBALL 2022-PRESENT
PUBLIC ADDRESS ANNOUNCER FOR THE"DEL NORTE HIGH SCHOOL NIGHTHAWKS" FOOTBALL AND BASKETBALL BOYS AND GIRLS PROGRAMS 2022-PRESENT
PUBLIC ADDRESS ANNOUNCER FOR "LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL"SAN DIEGO COUNTY. DISTRICTS
31, 32, 41, 42. 1999-PRESENT.
FORMER ANNOUNCER FOR THE "SAN DIEGO STRIKE FORCE" PROFESSIONAL INDOOR FOOTBALL LEAGUE. 2022-23
FREELANCE ANNOUNCER FOR HIGH SCHOOLS IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY.
Drop the Mic with Steve Eicher
1984: Ronald Reagan was the President; the LA Raiders win the Super Bowl; Van Halen drops the album named for the same year; and in 1984, Steve Eicher enters the halls of Mira Mesa High School. Tall, athletic and outgoing, Steve was drawn to sports, playing on MMHS Varsity football and JV baseball teams. Later he applied the same values and skills he learned as a team member on the MMHS sports teams to his professional baseball career. Steve accredits much of his work ethic, values and success to several teachers at MMHS and especially to former principal, Jim Vlassis.
Mr. Vlassis bestowed strong values upon his students and made a strong impact upon Eicher’s life. He recalls Mr. Vlassis would often say, “Whatever you put into it, you will get out of it!” Vlassis cultivated mental toughness, discipline and encouraged a positive attitude with his students. “Mr. V was our school hero who has left a legacy of leadership at Mira Mesa High School. He was and will always be an integral part of my life,” says Eicher.