16 - John Zinnicker
|High School:||Fairport Harding|
2005: Appeared in 13 games, starting seven ... went 3-5 with a 7.26 ERA ... recorded two saves ... was the winning pitcher in a 12-3 victory over Canisius (4/27/05) that gave St. Bonaventure the Bison Cup and the title of the Big 4 Classic at Dunn Tire Park ... struck out six in five innings of work in a win at Marshall (3/20/05) ... went 3-1 over his last six appearances ... credited with a win at Massachusetts (5/1/05). 2004: Saw action in eight games, none in conference play ... recorded a pair of victories... allowed one unearned run on two hits over seven innings to record his first career win, a 3-1 decision over Holy Cross (3/11/04) ... was credited with a win in 8-6 decision over LeMoyne (5/12/04), allowing no runs over one inning of relief ... pitched in the NCAA Championship in relief against Florida Atlantic. 2003: Made five appearances, all in relief ... posted a 11.57 ERA in 4.2 innings of work with six strikeouts ... threw one hitless-inning in relief against Buffalo (4/15/03) striking out two. HS: As a senior, earned a spot on the All-Ohio Division IV first team for the second consecutive year ... also was named East Suburban Conference MVP and to the All-Lake County first team for a second straight year ... was named to the "Best of the Best" Ohio team by the Lake County News Herald ... went 8-1 with a 0.48 ERA and two no-hitters, leading Fairport Harding to the ESC title and a district championship ... struck out 119 batters in just 58 innings and set the school record for strikeouts in a game with 19 ... as a junior, was named to the News Herald "Best of the Best" junior team ... struck out 69 batters in 43.1 innings and had a 2.75 ERA ... as a sophomore, was named first team All-ESC and first team All-Lake County and was an All-Ohio honorable mention ... played summer ball for the Harborcoast Reds travel team with Bonnies teammate Dan Bratys. Personal: Son of Patricia and Stephen Zinnicker ... played basketball for four years in high school at Fairport Harding ... winner of the National Student-Athlete Day Award ... sociology major.