Jeffrey Stovall was a varsity letterman his junior and senior years at BH-BL in three different sports: soccer, basketball and baseball. He went on to win the Sheepskin Award his senior year for most varsity letters while attending BH-BL (seven total). During his senior year, while competing in the Class A Large School Division, he was co-captain of the soccer, basketball and baseball teams, all of which were either champions or co-champions of the Suburban Council Conference. During his senior year, the BH-BL baseball team won the regional finals and placed runner-up in the state finals. As a member of the Adirondack Region baseball team, Jeff earned a gold medal in the Empire State Games. While at BH-BL, Jeff was teammates with fellow Hall of Fame inductee Matt Jones in both soccer and basketball and was coached by fellow Hall of Fame inductee Matt Shell.
After graduating from BH-BL, Jeff played Division I college baseball at Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina. During Jeff's senior year at Furman University, he recorded the fourth lowest ERA of all Division I pitchers, beating out eventual Cy Young Winner, Justin Verlander. Jeff was co-captain and most valuable player his senior year at Furman University. Jeff finished top 10 in school history for lowest career ERA while at Furman University, a record he still holds today.
After graduating from Furman, Jeff earned a juris doctorate from Pennsylvania State School of Law. During law school, he served as pitching coach for Dickinson College. Jeff currently practices law in Louisville, Kentucky, and is a city council member in the town in which he resides. Jeff is married to wife, Sabine, also a lawyer.