University of Houston center fielder Drew Bianco made headlines last week when he stole a home run against the University of California.
But that game was topped by another steal, this time with Bianco knocking down the fence.
He had just entered the game against the University of the Incarnate Word when a through ball was hit to center left field. Bianco mounted his horse and began to follow him, coming closer and closer to the wall with each step.
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But when he hit the warning track, Bianco wasn’t slowing down at all. In the process, he reached out and grabbed the ball destined for the Cougars’ bullpen, and his momentum took him just over the wall, somersaulting in the air into the path of the floor.
As the announcers and everyone watching waited for the signal that he was okay, Bianco popped up and showed everyone the ball remained in his glove to keep the score 8-3 in favor of Houston.
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Let’s just say the bar was sent for NCAA Catch of the Year.
He relieved it of his spectacular catch against Cal just eight days ago, when he returned to deep center field and perfectly timed a jump against the wall to steal a two-point explosion.
All of these captures require impeccable timing and execution, not to mention the ability to hold your own when you hit the ground.
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Bianco, the son of Mike Bianco, is a graduate student at Houston after spending four seasons with the LSU Tigers from 2019-2022.
While his bat isn’t very interesting — Bianco is a career .186 hitter in college seasons so far — he’s an excellent outfielder as this highlight and others can show.
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Entering Sunday, Bianco played five games for the Cougars, hitting .118 (2 for 17) at the flat with a home run and three RBIs.