Triple Play: Trio of Summit H.S. Baseball Players to Continue Careers at Collegiate Level

From left, Hilltopper Varsity Baseball Team players Cam Fuoti (Ithaca College), Charlie Pacilio (St. Lawrence University), and Kyle Brown (Muhlenberg College) have announced their college commitments.

SUMMIT, NJ - Three Summit High School Varsity Baseball Team players will continue their careers at the collegiate level while doing so at top schools, bringing the total to seven Hilltoppers over the past two years who have gone on to play baseball at the collegiate level from Coach Kevin Zaleski's program.

The Summit student-athletes are:

Kyle Brown will be attending Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA.  The Mules compete in the Centennial Conference. Brown had 68 hits and 72 runs scored during his Summit Baseball career.

Cam Fuoti will be attending Ithaca College in Ithaca, NY.  The Bombers compete in the Empire 8 League. Fuoti compiled 81 hits and 64 RBI's for Hilltopper baseball.
Charlie Pacilio will be attending St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY.  The Saints compete in the Liberty League. Pacilio had 26 hits, 30 base on balls, and a .500 on-base percentage for Summit.
"I am very proud of these three and how they have grown as young men and as competitive baseball players," said Zaleski. "Their hard work and dedication to the Summit High School Baseball Program has contributed to much of our recent success. Over the past three seasons with their contributions, our overall records have been 21-6, 18-11, and 14-13, with two conference championships."  

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