Sean Chambers played at Cal Poly from 1985-87 after two seasons at Cuesta College. He holds the school record for free throw attempts in a season with 214 and scored 531 points (No. 6 all-time for a single season at Cal Poly) as a senior, averaging 18.3 points per game.
He also grabbed 6.4 rebounds a contest, leading the Mustangs to a share of the California Collegiate Athletic Association title and a 19-10 overall record.
Chambers also averaged 15.0 points and 5.9 rebounds as a junior and led the Mustangs in assists as well with 119 (3.8 avg.) as the Mustangs again won the CCAA title.
Twice Chambers earned California Collegiate Athletic Association Co-Player of the Year honors and also was named Cal Poly's first All-American in men's basketball after his junior and senior seasons.
At Cuesta, Chambers led his team to a 20-11 record as a sophomore, averaging 22.8 points and sinking 64.7 percent of his field goal attempts.
He is a 1983 graduate of Highlands High School near Sacramento, leading his senior-year squad to a 33-1 record and the CIF-Sac-Joaquin Section title.
Chambers played professionally for 14 seasons in the Philippines with games in Japan, Venezuela, Malaysia, Australia, Indonesia and Hong Kong. He led his team to seven championships and was named "Best American Player" in 1996. His Philippines jersey No. 20 was retired in 2002.
Chambers currently is the girls varsity basketball coach at Highlands High and coaches and sponsors two club teams. He also hosts two national certified basketbnall showcases each year in Sacramento and works with a uniform manufacturing company.