Despite not having a baseball season last year, Indian Lake Isaac Roby managed to attract attention from college programs.
The senior award recently signed the letter of intent to play on the Miami University Middletown campus.
“The ThunderHawks are about developing players and helping them improve their baseball skills to help them go to Oxford campus or another high school division,” said Roby.
Roby’s junior season was lost due to the coronavirus pandemic, but his second season saw him dominate from the mound. Roby led the Central Buckeye Conference with seven wins. He finished 7-3 for the Lakers with a 1.09 ERA and 27 strikes in 67 innings of work.
“For me, this season is about proving myself and getting the team a CBC title,” said Roby.
On the record as a sophomore, Roby hit. 257 with 19 hits, 11 races and 14 RBI. He also stole six bases.
Roby plans to study science education in the hopes of becoming a chemistry teacher.
The ThunderHawks have had to cancel the last two seasons, including this spring’s campaign, due to the pandemic.