By Ted Shockley

Chincoteague High product Trey Fisher picked up his first collegiate win last Saturday as Old Dominion University’s baseball team defeated Rutgers, 12-5.

During Fisher’s previous appearance, he earned his first career save as ODU defeated Binghamton, 12-9.

In four games for ODU this season, Fisher has allowed only three hits and no earned runs.

Fisher, a 2017 graduate of Chincoteague, is the son of Kim and Chuck Fisher of Temperanceville.

A lefthander used mainly as a late-inning reliever, Fisher entered the Rutgers game earlier after a rough start by a Monarch pitcher. He quelled the Scarlet Knights’ bats for the next 1.2 innings as the Monarch offense took the lead.

A sport management major, Fisher made 10 appearances and one start during his freshman year at Old Dominion. His best performance last year was at Louisiana Tech, where he spun 2.2 innings of shutout relief.

Fisher was named player of the year for his district and conference for Chincoteague High in 2017.