Former Tallahassee Community College Left-Handed Pitcher Zach Mizrahi Transfers To Penn State Baseball
That’s two in one day for Penn State baseball.
Left-handed pitcher Zach Mizrahi committed to the Nittany Lions, he announced Thursday via Twitter. Mizrahi comes to Penn State after two years of JUCO ball with two years of eligibility remaining.
Mizrahi comes to Happy Valley after spending one season apiece at Daytona State College and Tallahassee Community College.
Mizrahi spent his first year of college ball at Daytona State, where he started six games in 16 appearances. He recorded five wins and one loss for the Falcons and allowed 38 hits and 35 runs in 30 innings pitched. He finished his time at Daytona State with an ERA of 9.00 and 10.8 strikeouts per nine innings.
The following year, Mizrahi played in 16 games for Tallahassee but came in as a reliever each time. In 15.1 innings pitched, he gave up 14 hits and 17 runs, finishing with an ERA of 7.63.
Mizrahi is Penn State’s latest addition from the transfer portal. New head coach Mike Gambino picked up the commitment of catcher Matt Maloney earlier on Thursday, while fellow pitcher Shayne Audet committed earlier in July.
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Penn State most recently put together a 41-13 victory over Northwestern on Saturday in Evanston, highlighted by a 17-point third quarter.
After picking up a draw against Michigan on Thursday, the Nittany Lions came out hungry against the Spartans and converted a goal in the first six minutes of play.
Despite ultimately defeating the Wildcats in a blowout, the Nittany Lions were trapped in a shootout in the first half.