Steven Zobac ('19) has officially been crowned with the lowest ERA (earned runs average) of any pitcher in California state high school baseball history (as announced by CalHiSports.com, the state's leading news source for high school sports history, data, records, and insight). Steven recorded an ERA of 0.00 in 24 innings as a junior and 0.23 in 60 innings as a senior to combine for a career ERA of 0.15. Not only was he a presence on the mound, but Steven was lethal at the plate as well, recording a .465 batting average, 40 hits, 23 RBI’s, and 5 HR's during his senior campaign.
Steven was a member of the varsity baseball program during all three CCS Open Division championship seasons from 2017-2019, and his arm and bat would go on to be huge contributing factors especially during his junior and senior years. "Whether at the plate or closing games on the mound, Steven Zobac of Valley Christian (San Jose) was one of the most valuable players in Northern California for the 2018 and '19 seasons," says Mark Tennis, CalHiSports' editor/publisher. Steven was in fact selected as the NorCal Baseball Player of the Year by SportStars Magazine, the co-player of the year by the San Jose Mercury News, and Baseball Player of the Year by the West Catholic Athletic League.
Steven is currently playing baseball at Cal (Berkeley) where his sister Kacey ('19) also plays on the Golden Bears' softballl team.