Although Troy High School senior committed to Marist College last spring, he made it official on December 11 in front of friends, family and coaches by signing his national letter of intent to play Division 1 baseball for the Poughkeepsie, NY school.
This spring Isaac will be entering his 6th season in the Troy Baseball program and 4th season as a varsity player. Isaac is a tall, hard throwing, right-handed pitcher.
Troy CSD Athletic Director said he expexts Isaac to be
“We expect that Isaac will not only be one of the best pitchers in the Suburban Council, but one of the most intimidating in Section 2,” said Troy CSD Athletic Director Paul Reinisch
“Isaac has been a positive member of the Troy High Baseball program for the past five years,” said Head Coach Chris Stack. “He has developed into a team leader/team captain and his work ethic is second to none. Isaac is everything a coach would want in a student athlete. I look forward to seeing the success he has not only this year, but in his time at Marist.”
“Isaac has a competitive spirit with a poised approach to baseball” said Assistant Coach Anthony DiTroia. “One the mound, he is a leader with a composed appearance, controlling his emotions while still fearlessly attacking every challenge he faces with one goal: winning. He is a winner, and a talented young man with a bright future.”