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Dana Hills senior Zach Wolf recently signed his National Letter of Intent to attend and play baseball for Seattle University, the university announced in a press release.
Wolf, a 165-pound third baseman and pitcher, had a breakout junior campaign that saw him bat .330, collect 16 RBI and score 20 runs. On the mound, Wolf went 4-1 with a 2.44 ERA in eight appearances.
Wolf also played a solid third base, recording only seven errors at the hot corner in 65 total chances.
Wolf was selected to the All-Sea View League first team, helped push the Dolphins to a 26-8 overall record, the league title and an appearance in the CIF-SS Division 2 quarterfinals as a junior.
“We jumped on the opportunity to sign this tremendous student-athlete late in the recruiting process … The intangibles he presents both on and off the field will give him an opportunity to step in and compete right away for us,” Seattle University assistant coach and recruiting coordinator Elliot Cribby said in the release.
Seattle University won 26 games last season, including a 13-11 record in the Western Athletic Conference.