Four recent Redwood graduates are making their mark across the Nation and are representing their school, their community and the Redwood Baseball Family in a positive way.
Tyler Peck graduated in 2015 and was the ace of the staff and earned Redwood’s NCS victory against Livermore. Peck led the league in victories that year with thirteen, had a no hitter and was #3 in the league in strike-outs. He was SF Chronicle North Bay Player of Year, was First team All-State in Cal High Sports and First Team MCAL. Peck now pitches at Chapman College and as a Sophomore, has started nine games, with fourteen appearances, with two wins and a loss. In forty-two innings of work, Peck has struck out thirty-six
Adam Hussain graduated in 2015 and had the game winning hit in the NCS victory against Livermore but might be most remembered for the game saving, diving catch he made in that game. Adam is now playing his freshman year at College of Marin, after red-shirting last year. Hussain has played in 29 games and boasts a .308 average with three homers. He also has a 1.000 fielding percentage on 36 chances in the field.
Zach Cohen graduated in 2016 and was a four-year varsity player at Redwood. In his career at Redwood, Zach earned two MCAL titles and an NCS title. Zach was also a MCAL All-Leaguer. Zach now pitches at New York University and as a freshman, has appeared in twelve games with two starts. He has a 2-1 record with nine punch-outs and a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage.
Zack Kopstein graduated in 2016 and earned two MCAL titles and an NCS title at Redwood. In 2016, Kopstein ranked #1 in the MCAL with nine wins and #4 in the league in strike-outs and was the MCAL Pitcher of the Year. As of 4/28/17, Kopstein ranks #5 nationally among NCAA D3 pitchers in WHIP (.81). Zack’s ERA is 1.91 and is 2-0 on the mound over 28.1 innings along with 2 saves. He also boasts a 1.000 fielding percentage.