PCTVS Student Nazier Mule Shines Brightly in “Perfect Game World Series” Tournament

Passaic County Technical-Vocational Schools (PCTVS) is extremely proud to honor sophomore student and award-winning athlete Nazier Mule for his outstanding accomplishments over the summer at the “Perfect Game World Series” at the Select Baseball Fest!

Mule, a standout member of the PCTVS varsity baseball team, was ranked the #1 baseball player in New Jersey and #13 in the United States. He was selected for the USA Baseball National team and was awarded the honor of MVP Pitcher of a Perfect Game in the 14u World Series and also was named MVP of the Little League World Series in Texas.

Additionally, he was named Varsity Pitcher of the Week three times and was the 2019 Perfect Game MVP 5 Tool Player. Notably, Nazier’s 94 mph throw earned him a tied spot for the hardest 14-year-old thrower in the nation!

“Nazier is a once-in-a-lifetime player who is known throughout the state and country for his skills,” said Robert Nutile, Head Baseball Coach at PCTVS. “Since he started on the team as a freshman, he has been consistently coachable and extremely smart on the field. Nazier gives 100% each and every day he plays the game!”

Congratulations to Nazier on all of your well-deserved accomplishments!

Nazier Mule proudly wears his “Perfect Game” jersey.