In the spring, Seabury pounded out hits for the baseball team to
finish with a .389 batting average, including a 4-for-5 game against
Winchester in which he smashed a triple and a 3-for-5 game against
Lexington that featured a home run.
After graduating from SHS, Seabury went to Northeastern University
where he was named All-New England his junior year and was the leading
scorer in the 1964 Beanpot Hockey Tournament. For the Huskies, Seabury
notched 114 points on 65 goals and 49 assists over a three-year varsity
career, currently ranking him among Northeasternís top twenty all-time
scorers. In 1986 Seabury was named to the Northeastern University Hall
In 1975 Seabury took over the reigns of the Stoneham High baseball
program and led them to 7 Middlesex League Championships, 5 North
Titles, 2 EMass Titles and a State Championship in 1995.
With a career baseball coaching record of 406 wins and 213 losses, he
was inducted into the Massachusetts High School Baseball Coaches Hall of
Fame in 2000.
Now retired from teaching, Seabury still lives in Stoneham with his
wife Barbara and is the proud father of triplets Brian, Craig and Glenn
as well as SHS Hall of Fame member Kristin Seabury Till.