Aggie Catcher Zac Fisher On Baseball America's List Of Top Prospects To Come Out Of Summer Leagues

Written By: Bianca Matamoros-Koonce for NM State Media Relations

DURHAM, N.C. - New Mexico State catcher Zac Fisher had been named as an addition to Baseball America lists consisting of the top prospects for 18 summer leagues as well as Team USA. The Texas Collegiate League announced the 2010 All-TCL team, which included New Mexico State Zac Fisher on the top of the list at catcher.

Fisher, who will be a sophomore for the Aggies in the spring of 2011, was the starting catcher for the North All-Stars in the 2010 TCL All-Star Game, July 5, 2010 in Victoria, Texas.

Fisher, a native of Fontana, Calif., hit .350 on the year while playing in 38 games as a freshman at New Mexico State. He did even better in league play hitting .417 (20-of-48) against Western Athletic Conference rivals. Fisher tied for the most home runs on the team in conference play with six. On the year, Fisher finished knocking a total eight out of the ballpark.

Fisher, a 2010 Ping!Baseball News All-American led the East Texas Pump Jacks as he wrote himself into the record books breaking the league record for doubles in a season with 17. He also became the second straight Pump Jack to be named the TCL Freshman of the Year.

The NM State catcher also led the league with 34 RBI and he was among the leaders in home runs (4), hits (54), runs (30) and slugging percentage (.515).

During his freshman campaign, Fisher started 28 games behind the plate and came up with 11 doubles and 33 RBI. He posted a .634 slugging percentage and a .423 on-base percentage.

After a wonderful season behind the plate and with the bat there is intense anticipation of what this young and talent player will do for the Aggies in 2011 season.

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