Nathan Seiter played for the Brossart Mustangs from 1994 through 1998. From the moment he donned a green
uniform, he brought excitement and new life into a Mustang program which had never witnessed a talent of his
likes in our history.
Nathan possessed a confidence that was contagious. When he was on the floor, we were never out of a ballgame.
Nathan once hit 10 three points shots in a contest. When he was in the lineup It was not unusual to be behind as
many as ten points early in a game only to be ahead by halftime. The left-hander possessed the quickest release
shot that this program has ever seen. "Ttthhhree For Nathan Seiter"echoed through the Mason County Fieldhouse
on many occasions.
His 1779 points leads all career Mustang scorers, despite sitting out much of his
junior year to a broken ankle sustained at Green and White "Meet the Team" Night.
He presently holds ten individual Brossart Mustang records for:
Most Three Point Goals in a Game - 10
Highest Three Point Field Goal Percentage in a Game - 10-16 - 63.2%
Most Assists in a Game - 18 (Former State Record)
Most Points Scored in a Single Season - 682 in 97-98
Most Field Goals in a Season - 233
Most Three Point Field Goals in a Season - 91
Most Assists in a Season - 198
Most Field Goals in a Career - 630
Most Three Point Field Goals in a Career - 245
Most Three Point Field Goal Attempts in a Career - 604
As a grade school player for Sts. Peter and Paul, Nathan once scored 42 points in a league game on a Saturday
morning and 42 more in a tournament game on Saturday night. Nathan still currently holds the St. Joe, Bluejay
Classic Tournament all-time record for most points in a game with 48, scored vs St. Mary in a semi-final contest.
Ironically, he broke the record which at the time was held by his former AAU Coach Chris Schreiber who had
previously scored 41.
Of all of the grade school players I have ever seen play in my 30 some years in the game, the three greatest are
Dickey Beal, who was the absolute best; Tony Sandfoss who could dominate a game like no other; and Nathan Seiter
who was instant offense.
Nathan Seiter hit a shot from just under half court to beat Covington Catholic on December 15th of 1997, which
many credit as the game which signaled the turning point in the Brossart Basketball's program arrival among the
elite progams in the area.
Nathan played on the 1998 team which competed in our first ever Regional Championship game, a 61-73 loss to
Fleming County, who went to the Final Four of the State that year. He had the privlege of playing with his younger
brother Justin who went on to score 1130 career points at Brossart, and was instrumental in leading the 2000
Mustangs to the State Tournament. Younger brother Brad is a 2006 graduate. Nathan, Justin, and Brad Seiter
combined for 3,274 points during their collective careers. Brad was the 2006 recipient of the "22" Award, given
annually in Nathan's memory.
Nathan played college ball at Northern Kentucky University where he scored 17 points against Kentucky State
University in his first collegiate ballgame. In December of 2002 he was elected to the 10th Region Hall of Fame in
his first year of eligibilty. His Number 22 jersey was retired in a formal ceremony on December 23rd, 2005.
In addition to being an outstanding performer on the hardwood, Nathan was an avid fisherman and hunter.
Nathan Seiter was tragically killed in an automobile accident on November 30th, 2004. Over 3,000 attended his
visitation held in the Thomas H. Seither Sportscenter, the very building where he built his reputation as one of the
finest players ever to play in Northern Kentucky and the Greatest Brossart Mustang ever.