Zack Weigel




Seton Hall
Oak Park River Forest (HS) • IL
6-1 • 175LBS • L/L


2012 National

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2012 State

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Named the Prep Baseball Report Player of the Year, Zack Weigel quietly did it all in leading Oak Park to its surprising Class 4A state championship. With little flash and no fanfare, Weigel’s two-way abilities and leadership pushed the Huskies to their first state title since 1982. On the mound, the left-hander had an incredible 15.1 consecutive innings of no-hit baseball. Weigel anchored the staff by going  7-1 with a 1.71 ERA, using his four-pitch mix to strike out 61 and walk 19 in 52 innings. His record included a no-hitter against Downers Grove North, a six-inning no-hitter against York (had to leave the game with leg cramps), a one-hitter vs. Evanston, and two two-hitters, including a 1-0 shutout in the supersectionals against Highland Park.  Offensively, the Seton Hall recruit led the Huskies in nearly every category. He batted .431 with 14 doubles, 5 home runs and 1 triple. He drove in 41 runs, scored 43 and tallied 47 hits while striking out only 4 times.

Weigel was the model of consistency for the Huskies last spring, as the two-way talent delivered on a daily basis. The left-handed hitter finished with a .500 batting average in 110 at-bats. Of his 55 hits, 11 went for doubles, in addition to 4 homers and 3 triples. Weigel, who’s a sub-7 runner, also racked up 43 runs, 32 RBI, 17 walks, 5 stolen bases and struck out only 6 times. ... The 6-foot-1, 175-pound Weigel impressed with his all-around game. Weigel ran a 6.95 60 while demonstrating a clean, line drive-producing swing from the left side. He has a balanced approach and demonstrated a quick path to the baseball as he sprayed balls to all fields. Defensively, Weigel with athletic purpose and plays through the ball well. He took good routes to the ball and had solid carry on his throws (81 mph).
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