Q and A with 2014 Walsh Commit: Brett St. Clair (Sandusky St. Mary's HS)


Brett St. Clair, RHP, Class of 2014 , Sandusky St. Mary's HS

PBR: Why did you choose Walsh?

St. Clair:  I chose Walsh for a number of reasons. The first one being the great academic opportunities that I will have. Along with that Coach Mead did a great job of making me feel at home when I was on campus and I really like where the baseball program is headed.

PBR: What other schools were you considering?

St. Clair: Alderson Broaddus, Clarion and Owens.  

PBR: Where did the Walsh coaching staff first see you? How did your relationship develop with them?

St. Clair: They first saw me in a video I sent them this past fall at Kent State with the Midwest Pelicans. I sent them an email with the video, and Coach Mead called me shortly after.    

PBR: What role do the coaches expect you to play your first year on campus?

St. Clair:  The coaches expect me to come in and work hard. They will have a lot of seniors next year, so my playing time will be dictated by how I do in the fall and my work ethic throughout the year.

PBR: What is your biggest strength as a player and how do you feel that you will help Walsh baseball?

St. Clair:  My biggest strength is my work ethic, I feel that will help Walsh baseball because it will make me prepared when I am called upon.

PBR: Who do you play for in the summer and what was the most memorable experience from this summer?

St. Clair: The T3 Rays under Coach Carl Pecararo. The most memorable experiences would be playing in Florida for the Perfect Game BCS Finals or throwing a no hitter in our first tournament.

PBR: Now that recruiting process is over what are your individual and team goals for this spring?

St. Clair: My individual goals for this high school season is to be all-Ohio. Our team girls are to win the SBC, our district and regional.

PBR: What were your stats for last spring season at Sandusky St. Marys?

St. Clair: I was 4-0 with 50 innings pitched, 51 strikeouts and a 1.28 era. 

PBR: Who is the toughest pitcher that you have faced in Ohio?

St. Clair: The toughest pitcher I have faced is my summer teammate Nick Margevicius. The toughest hitter I have faced is Zach Souter.