Three area players are among the seven who have signed letters of intent to play baseball at Gonzaga University, coach Mark Machtolf announced on Wednesday.
Catcher Kevin Hawk (Lewiston), left-handed pitcher/outfielder Billy Moon (University High) and left-hander/first baseman Jacob Partridge (Rogers) are among those scheduled to join the Bulldogs for the 2010 season.
Baseball Northwest called Hawk the No. 1 prep prospect in the Idaho, Montana and Wyoming region.
Moon had an 8-0 record and hit .500 for the Titans during his junior season.
Partridge, with a fastball in the low 90s, is ranked the No. 1 left-hander in Washington by Baseball Northwest.
Also signing with the Zags were Chris Asing, right-hander, Flower Mound, Texas; Liam Baron, left-hander, Perth, Australia; Clayton Eslick, infielder, Gilroy, Calif.; and Brock Slavin, catcher/first baseman, Tumwater, Wash.
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