Former LSU infielder Zach Arnold transfers to Houston
Times are changing with first-year LSU baseball coach Jay Johnson this summer in Baton Rouge. Many transfers are coming while some on the roster will be playing elsewhere.
One such player is infielder Zach Arnold, who announced Tuesday his transfer to Houston.
I’m very thankful for the time I spent with my teammates and coaches at LSU. After careful consideration, I’d like to announce my commitment to the University of Houston to continue my baseball career! #GoCoogs @UHCougarBB @CougarKiv23 pic.twitter.com/tyZdzysfmA
— Zach (@zach_arnold2) July 27, 2021
Arnold played second base and designated hitter as a sophomore this past season. The Temecula, Calif. product hit .277 with seven homers and 26 RBIs with 37 starts.
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