88 Ryan Seto
88 Ryan Seto
Height: 6-5
Weight: 230
Year: So.
Hometown: Lynden, Wash.
High School: Lynden HS '10
Position: TE
Experience: 1L

* Academic Honors Candidate *

2011: Listed as a backup at tight end on preseason depth chart.


2010: Named to the Big Sky Conference All-Academic team. Played in eight games, earning the first start of his career against Northern Arizona (10/9/10) when he also had his first career touchdown with a 9-yard reception. Those turned out to be EWU’s final points in the 21-14 win, however, he suffered a shoulder injury against the Lumberjacks and missed EWU’s next four games. He had three catches for 26 yards versus Weber State (10/2/10).  

HS: Graduated from Lynden HS in 2010. Selected to play in the 2A/1A/2B/1B All-State Game. Earned first-team 2A All-State honors as both a tight end and linebacker from the Associated Press. He was the 2A MVP on the WashingtonPreps.com 2A All-State squad. He was selected as the Most Valuable Player in the Northwest Conference for 3A/2A players. Seto also was a unanimous 3A/2A All-NWC first-team selection at tight end and linebacker. He helped Lynden go 48-7 in four seasons as the Lions won a trio of state titles. As a senior, he led Lynden with 905 yards receiving and nine touchdowns on 40 receptions. He also played a big role on Lynden’s defense, helping the Lions post five shutouts and hold opponents to an average of 8.9 points per game. Seto helped lead Lynden to its second-straight State 2A title, defeating West Valley (Spokane) 16-6 in the title game. He helped keep alive drives with five catches for 94 yards, including one that led to Lynden’s first touchdown. Lynden finished 13-1 as it won its third title in four years. Before the 2009 season began, he was selected as one of the “other players to watch” on Ron Siegel’s preseason All-State team. As a junior, he also earned first-team 2A All-State honors as a tight end from the Associated Press. He earned All-NWC honors as a linebacker as he helped Lynden win the 2008 State 2A title with a 35-34 victory over Prosser. The Lions rallied from a 15-point deficit to win their 10th-straight game after a 2-2 start. He started as a defensive end as a sophomore as Lynden finished 10-3 and advanced to the semifinals in 2007. He lettered in 2006 when the Lions were 13-1 and won the state title. Has also played basketball for three years at Lynden, and averaged nearly 10 points per game as a senior for the Lions. His Eagle teammate David Gaylord (’09) also attended Lynden.

Personal: Born 5/8/92 in Bellingham, Wash. Parents are Douglas and Jovita Seto. Name is pronounced “see-toe.”

Year GP   PC   Hi   Yds  Apr  Apg  TD   Lg
2010 8    5    3    60   12.0 0.6  1    25

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