De La Salle baseball standout Zach Brisset committed to play at Nunez

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De La Salle pitcher Zach Brisset committed this summer to play baseball at Nunez Community College.

In his junior season, Brisset went 5-2 with a 2.12 ERA. In 33 innings pitched, Brisset struck out 37 batters.

De La Salle head coach Michael Scanlon is very high on Brisset’s future.

“Zack is the ultimate competitor,” a guy that’s going to give you everything he’s got every time he steps on the mound and gives our ball club a chance to win on a nightly basis,” Scanlon said. “He’s just a winner, plain and simple and that’s who he’s been since he set foot on campus in eighth grade.”

Scanlon sees a high ceiling for Brisset.

“I think the sky is the limit for him and his best baseball is ahead of him,” Scanlon said. “Nunez is getting a bulldog on the mound that’s going to have a shot to come in and compete early and I look forward to seeing what Zack does his senior season for us.”

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