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Zach Fisher
Zach Fisher

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Port Orchard, Wash.

High School:
South Kitsap High '98

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 202

Position:
Pitcher

Birthdate:
03/04/1980

Experience:
3V

Bat/Throw:
Right/Right



FISHER’S HIGH SCHOOL CAREER

GENERAL: Earned three varsity baseball letters for head coach Elton Goodwin...FRESHMAN: Played summer ball for West Sound Baseball Club and team finished 7th in the CABA Junior World Series in Crystal Lake, Ill...SOPHOMORE: Played third base and pitched for the AAA State Champion team...earned the win in the championship game after entering the game in relief of his older brother Garrett...all-Narrows League honors...played for Dow Baseball Club during summer and was named to the all-tournament team at the 16-year-old CABA World Series...JUNIOR: Compiled a 7-2 record on the mound while earning first team all-Narrows League honors...had a .348 batting average while playing summer ball for the Washington Bankers and was 7-1 and had a .415 batting average...earned a win against the Dixie Stars of Kentucky at the Blue Jays Invitational at SkyDome...SENIOR: Narrows League first-team and league MVP…finished with a 8-1 record…team went 24-1 and finished 3rd in state championships…hit .415 at the plate…all-State game co-MVP.

FISHER’S WASHINGTON STATE CAREER

FRESHMAN (1998-99): Enrolled at WSU in August...made 11 appearances and two starts for WSU during his freshman campaign...first appearance came Mar. 17 at San Francisco in which he gave up three hits in 1.1 innings...improved steadily over the course of the season, and earned his first career start Apr. 28 at Gonzaga against former high school teammate Matt Siwek...had a season-best outing against Portland on May 13, combining with teammate Justin Nakaishi for a shutout...in that game he allowed only five hits and one walk while striking out five in seven innings...threw two innings of one-hit shutout ball at Arizona State...in that game there was a South Kitsap High connection with ASU’s Willie Bloomquist at the plate, Ryan Smith catching, and Fisher on the mound...all three are former SKHS Wolves...finished the season 1-0 with a 5.88 ERA in 25 innings pitched...had a 20:9 strikeout to walk ratio...played for the Seattle Studs in the summer...monthly totals: February (DNP), March 2.1i/0-0/11.57., April 12.0i/0-0/6.00, May 11.2i/1-0/2.84...pitching against league opponents: ARIZ 1.2i/0-0/10.80, ASU 2.0i/0-0/0.00, CAL 2.2i/0-0/6.75, OSU (DNP), STAN (DNP), UCLA 1.2i/0-0/0.00, USC (DNP), Washington 2.0i/0-0/18.00.

SOPHOMORE (1999-00): Saw most of his action as a closer, finishing 10 games...finished the season with 20 appearances and three wins...his 19 games in relief were the most of any Coug…ERA of 6.08 was the third lowest on the team...fourth on the team in innings pitched (50.1), strikeouts (36) and opposing batting average (.322)...in February he posted a 0.87 ERA in 10.1 innings...his one start of the season was against Gonzaga (April 1)...longest outing was against UCLA in Pullman when he pitched 6.2 innings and recorded six strikeouts...struck out four and gave up only one run in 5.2 innings against Texas-Arlington February 20...did not allow a hit against Cal State-Northridge in three innings work (March 19)...monthly totals: January 1.0i/0-0/18.00, February 10.1i/1-0/0.87, March 11.2i/1-0/3.86., April 19.0i/0-3/10.42, May 8.1i/1-1/4.64...pitching against league opponents: ARIZ 2.0i/0-0/0.00, ASU 2.2i/0-1/10.12, CAL 4.2i/0-0/0.00, OSU 3.0i/0-0/3.00, STAN 1.1i/0-0/33.75, UCLA 6.2i/0-0/8.10, USC 1.0i/0-0/36.00, Washington 5.2i/0-2/3.18.

JUNIOR (2000-01): V-letter…made 17 appearances with 10 starts…threw 68.0 innings and posted a 0-7 record with a 6.22 ERA, third best on the team…longest outing 8.1 innings against Arizona…threw 6.0 innings against Oral Roberts and UCLA…struck out six in five innings of work against Washington and had five strikeouts in three other outings…finished with a team high 53 strikeouts and 40 walks…allowed just three home runs…had three outings without allowing a run, including five innings at Nevada and back-to-back appearances against USC late in the season, both in relief…monthly totals: January 4.0i/0-1/9.00, February 11.2i/0-2/5.40, March 20.1i/0-2/6.64, April 25.2i/0-2/7.71, May 10.1i/0-1/2.61...pitching against league opponents: Arizona 8.1i/0-1/7.56, ASU 3.1i/0-0/2.70, California 0.0i/0-0/0.00, OSU 8.2i/0-0/8.31, Stanford 3.0i/0-1/6.00, UCLA 6.0i/0-0/6.00, USC 3.1i/0-0/0.00, Washington 9.2i/0-1/4.66.

PERSONAL

Zachary Robert Fisher...born 03-24-80 at Bremerton, Wash...parents Bob and Adele (class of ‘75) Fisher...one brother Garrett who graduated from WSU in 2000 is a lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force...comes from a long line of Cougar tradition with 10 members of his family having attended Washington State...his cousin Wes Stock played baseball for WSU in the mid-50s and played and coached with Kansas City, Oakland, and Seattle in the major leagues...his father Bob played baseball for UPS...cousin Kevin Stock played minor league baseball in the Oakland A’s organization...cousin Jeff Stock plays professional soccer for the Seattle Sounders...enjoys playing golf, fishing, and playing the guitar...3.5 prep GPA...member of Sigma Chi fraternity...pursuing a major in business at WSU.

YEAR	W-L	ERA	IP	H	R	ER	BB	SO	2B	3B	HR	BA	WP	HBP	BK	GP	GS	CG	SV
1999	1-0	5.88	26.0	33	18	17	9	20	7	0	5	.314	2	4	1	11	2	0	0
2000	3-4	6.08	50.1	68	42	34	21	36	12	2	6	.322	4	4	1	20	1	0	0
2001	0-7	6.22	68.0	88	67	47	40	53	19	1	3	.312	4	6	2	17	10	0	0
Career:	4-11	6.11	144.1	189	127	98	70	109	38	3	14	.316	10	14	4	48	13	0	0

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