21 Ryan Schalch
21 Ryan Schalch
Height: 6-0
Weight: 215
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Novato, Calif.
High School: San Marin
Previous College: College of Marin
Position: INF/RHP

Junior (2017):
In his first year with the Tigers, Schalch proved to be a reliable first baseman appearing in 53 games for the Black and Orange and maintaining a .985 fielding percentage. Schalch hit a solid .296, led the team in doubles (16) and was second in hits (58) for Pacific. With an OBP of .350, Schalch crossed the plate 32 times, tying for second highest runs scored on the team. 

College of Marin (2016):
Schalch had a successful second year for Marin playing with current Tigers Matthew Tarantino and Cooper Casad.  He hit .333/.431/.585 in his 40 games.  Schalch led the team in RBI (48), homers (eight), doubles (12), and walks (21).  He was also second in runs scored with 35 and in triples with two.  On the mound, he pitched to a 3.97 ERA and a 10.72 K/9 in his 22.2 innings.  Schalch had six saves to lead the team. He was named an All-American, All-State, All-Norcal, and All-League.

College of Marin (2015):
Schalch hit a blistering .367/.408/.484 as a freshman, with 28 runs and 25 RBI in just 31 games.  He had six doubles and three homers as well.  Schalch served as the team's closer in addition to his hitting contributions, picking up six saves.  Schalch had a 0.82 ERA in his 22 innings, going 2-0 with 21 strikeouts. He was named the Player of the Year and an All-American for his contributions as the College of Marin won the conference.

High School:
Schalch hit over .280 three straight years to end his high school career, hitting .326/.372/.511 as a senior with five doubles, four triples, and a homer.  He was named the Most Valuable Player in 2012, when he hit .370/.432/.592, and in 2013.  Schalch was also First Team All-League three straight years from 2010 to 2013.  He was on the honor roll while at San Marin High School.

Personal:
Schalch comes from Navato, California and is the son of Dave and Tina.  He has an older sister, Christine.  Schalch is majoring in economics at Pacific.