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Zach  King
Class:
Freshman

Hometown:
Spring Hill, Tenn.

High School:
Spring Hill

Height / Weight:
6-6 / 210

Position:
LHP

 

03/19/2017

Commodores lose lead, series late at Ole Miss

Dores walk season-high seven in loss

03/18/2017

Long ball leads Vandy by Ole Miss

Dores match season-best with three home runs

03/14/2017

Day, Duvall lead Commodores past WKU

Five-run seventh inning propels Vandy

03/13/2017

Vanderbilt Baseball Weekly Report - Week 4

Dores wrap up 4-1 week heading into SEC play

03/07/2017

Dores use big innings to down UCA

Hayes, Delay lead way in win

01/19/2017

Baseball 2017 HS - Hat (Howell)

Baseball headshots w/ hat 2017. (Howell)

Career Game Highs
Innings Pitched:
4.0, 3/3 vs. CSUN
Strikeouts:
*3, last 3/7 vs. Central Arkansas
Hits Allowed:
*2, last 3/7 vs. Central Arkansas
Walks Allowed:
*1, last 3/718 at Ole Miss
Runs Allowed:
*3, last 3/7 vs. Central Arkansas

Coach Corbin Quote: Zach was quite competitive during the fall and showed the ability to throw strikes with a couple of pitches. We feel like he can help us out of the bullpen in his first year and with further development be a potential starter. Zach made significant gains in the weight room as well.

2017 - Worked a scoreless inning of relief against Belmont 3/22... Recorded one out and allowed a run on one hit at Ole Miss 3/19... Turned in a clean inning of relief at Ole Miss 3/18... Worked 1.1 scoreless innings out of the pen against Western Kentucky 3/14, stranding two runners... Earned his first career win with three-plus innings of relief against Central Arkansas 3/7 allowing two unearned runs on two hits with three strikeouts... Tossed a career-best four innings out of the bullpen against CSUN 3/3 giving up one run on two hits... Retired the lone batter he faced in win over SE Louisiana 2/28... Punched out two and gave up two hits against UIC 2/25... Gave up three runs, two earned, on two hits over 1.2 innings of relief against Evansville 2/22... Made his collegiate debut at San Diego 2/19 with a scoreless inning.

High School - Named the second-best high school pitching prospect in Tennessee in 2016 by Perfect Game... Lettered three years in baseball and won three straight district tournament and sectional titles at Spring Hill HS in Spring Hill, Tenn.... Helped lead the Raiders to the 2016 Tennessee AA state title as a senior winning a Regional championship along the way, the team’s second in three years (2013)... Served as a team captain in 2016... Earned TBCA All-State and Tennessee Baseball Report All-Region as a senior... As a junior, he was named the District Pitcher of the Year along with TBCA All-State and All-Region... In 2014, he was tabbed the 12 AA Pitcher of the Year and placed on the Tennessee Baseball Report Super Sophomore team and All-Region squad... Played summer and/or high school ball with Vanderbilt teammates Alex Brewer and Ty Duvall, Hagan Severance (Mississippi State), Daniel Wright (Memphis), Jackson Curb (Belmont) and Tommy Moren (Memphis).

Academics - King is undeclared on a major.

Personal - Zachary Lee King... Born 4/30/98 in Nashville, Tenn.... Son of Lisa and Doug King... Has two sisters, Cortney and Krystin... Nickname is Kinger... Favorites include: Marcus Stroman (player), Cincinnati Reds (team), P.K. Subban (non-baseball athlete), Step Brothers, Miracle, 42, The Fighter (movies), Breaking Bad, Prison Break, Dexter (TV shows), Zach Galifianakis (actor), grilled wings and potatoes (meal), Justin Bieber and Thomas Rhett (musicians)... Lists actor Patrick Dempsey would play him in a movie... Uses friendly as the one word to describe himself... Names Traverse City, Mich. as his favorite vacation destination... Says winning the state championship as a senior in high school is his most memorable athletic moment... Chose Vanderbilt because it “has been my dream school since I was a kid and I’m excited to be here. It’s the best baseball program in the nation combined with a great academic school, couldn’t pass up this great opportunity.”

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