Jeff Jameson

Jeff Jameson, Hall of Fame Athlete

Jeff Jameson, Hall of Fame Athlete

Jeff Jameson was a three-year starter in football, basketball and baseball earning nine varsity letters at Santa Barbara High School. The first junior ever to be named MVP of the Channel League in football, in 1961, Jameson garnered All-Channel League and All-ClF honors in three sports before graduating in 1963. He was named as a Sporting News Football All-American as a junior. In his senior year, Jameson was named SBHS’ All-Around Athlete of the Year and was selected to the Shrine Football Classic.

Recruited by schools from Stanford, to Brown, to the Naval and Air Force Academies, Jameson attended the University of Southern California on a football scholarship. He played football for the Trojans from 1963-67 and baseball from 1966-67, starring in the College World Series under legendary Trojan coach Rod Deadeaux.

Jameson’s proudest achievements are being married to Sally (DaFoe) Jameson (Class of 1964) for over 43 years, his children Jacqueline and Brandon and his five grandchildren. Jameson currently resides in Laguna Beach, Calif., where he has been in the homebuilding industry for 26 years.