Former Dolphins baseball standout drafted by New York Mets

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Jacob Zanon at SCC
Photo by Wilson Tsoi
Former Shoreline Community College Dolphins Center-Fielder Jacob Zanon was drafted in the 15th Round of the MLB Draft by the New York Mets.

Zanon is fresh off leading Lewis and Clark State to the NAIA National Championship where he was named tournament MVP. Zanon also received recognition this past season as an NAIA All America Honorable Mention.

Zanon had a great career at Shoreline CC where in 2015 he was a part of the first NWAC Tournament team since 1979.

As a freshmen Zanon led the Phins with a .319 batting average and 36 hits. In his sophomore season Zanon again led the Phins with a .382 batting average good enough for 2nd overall in the NWAC. 

Zanon also led the Phins with 55 hits and 32 runs scored earning a scholarship to Lewis and Clark State. In his first season at Lewis and Clark State Zanon led his team with a .393 batting average, 86 hits, 27 stolen bases, and 80 runs scored.


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