2016: First team All-Ivy League … One of three players to play in every game … Finished fourth in the Ivy League in RBI … Led the conference in put outs (386) and doubles played turned (38) … Improved in every offensive category as he set season-highs in runs (19), hits (39), home runs (three), RBI (28), total bases (59), walks (19), on-base percentage (.346) and slugging percentage (.383) … Had two hits in series at No. 4 Louisville (Mar. 4-6) … Scored twice vs. Penn State (Mar. 12) … First RBI of the season was at Old Dominion (Mar. 15) … Posted multi-hit contest at Georgetown (Mar. 18) … Five-game hitting streak (Mar. 27-Apr. 3) … Home run, three RBI vs. Dartmouth (Apr. 2) … Ripped a home run vs. Harvard (Apr. 3) … Brought in four runs at Brown (Apr. 10) … Broke an 84-year old Princeton record when he had eight RBI in the Tigers’ 25-7 victory vs. Brown (Apr. 10), leading to him being named Ivy League Co-Player of the Week … Dropped a five-game hitting streak (Apr. 23-29) … Nabbed two hits and two runs vs. Yale in game two of the ivy League Championship Series (May 15).
2015: Started all 39 games … Was part of 31 double plays, second most in the Ivy League … Seven hits in four-game series vs. UNC-Greensboro (Mar. 7-8) … Had three hits and 5 RBI vs. UNC-Greensboro (Mar. 7) … Five-game hitting streak (Mar. 7-13) … Eight-game hit streak (Mar. 21-29) which was the second-best among the team … Two runs and a RBI at Harvard (Apr. 4) … Amassed two hits and a RBI vs. Columbia (Apr. 11) … Tied season-best three hits vs. Columbia (Apr. 12) … Another two-hit outing at Penn (Apr. 19).
2014: Honorable mention All-Ivy selection as a freshman… started 31 of 37 appearances… batted .280 with three doubles and 19 RBI… was 1-for-4 in collegiate debut against UC-Santa Barbara (Mar. 2)… had a season-high 11-game hitting streak from Mar. 23-Apr. 12… had first of 10 multi-hit games by going 2-for-3 with an RBI against Michigan (Mar. 8)… was 3-for-6 with three RBI in a doubleheader against Dartmouth (Apr. 1)… was 5-for-9 with a double and three RBI in a twinbill against Brown (Apr. 5)… had four hits, an RBI and run scored in a doubleheader at Columbia (Apr. 12)… was 2-for-5 in season finale against St. John’s.
John Foster Dulles: A 2013 graduate of John Foster Dulles High School… three-year letterwinner and starter… had 98 hits, 72 RBI, 10 home runs and 87 walks over prep career… as a sophomore, was named team’s Co-MVP and Houston5Abaseball.com All-Houston Honorable Mention… as a junior, earned team Co-MVP honors, All-District 23-5A first-team first baseman, Fort Bend Sun Newspaper first team all-county infielder and All-Houston Third Team first baseman honors… team finished year district and area champions… as a senior, named All-District first-team first baseman and All-Houston second-team first baseman… FDHS was district, area and regional champions… played club baseball for Houston Kyle Chapman for three years.
Personal: Full name is Zack Ryan Belski, born Nov. 10, 1994… youngest son of Sherryl and Rick Belski… has an older brother, Kyle, who played baseball at Southwestern University in Texas… plans on majoring in economics and hopes to become a Major League Baseball general manager… AP Scholar, member of the National Honor Society and graduated magna cum laude… earned academic excellence accolades throughout high school career… Academic All-District 23-5A as a senior… finalist for Touchdown Club of Houston Baseball Scholar Athlete Award.
|Hometown:||Missouri City, Texas|
|High School:||John Foster Dulles|