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2012 (Junior at Creighton)
Nick saw action in 15 games for Creighton as a junior, including six starts.
He closed the season with a 3-4 record and a 5.95 ERA, tossing a combined 42.1 innings.
His longest outing of the season came on March 11 as he held Pacific to just three runs over seven innings.
Nick’s best performance came against crosstown rival Nebraska Omaha, holding the Mavericks scoreless in
5.1 innings on two hits and notching five strikeouts for his third win.
Did not allow a hit in two scoreless innings against Nebraska Omaha (5/9).
Struck out three batters in 3.0 innings against Iowa (5/15).
2011 (Sophomore at Creighton)
Made seven appearances on the season, tossing 12.0 innings of relief work.
Tossed a season-high four innings against BYU, surrendering three earned runs on six hits (3/22).
First MVC appearance came at Wichita State, throwing a single inning of scoreless baseball, issuing one walk (5/5).
Came in to provide 3.1 innings of relief in the series finale at Evansville, striking out one and allowing three earned runs (5/15).
Made an appearance in two of the three MVC Tournament games against Missouri State, combining for 1.2 innings of scoreless work, allowing just one hit in each (5/25 and 5/26).
2010 (Freshman at Creighton)
Musec made five relief appearances.
Made first career appearance at Sam Houston State (3/7), allowing two doubles and three runs.
He threw a scoreless frame against Kansas (4/7).
Made two appearances in New Orleans series (5/21& 5/22), striking out two in first appearance.
2009 (Redshirted at Creighton)
Nick used his redshirt option in 2009.
2005-08 (Duchesne High School)
Played baseball and basketball during his time with the Pioneers.
In 2008, was named to the Second Team Gateway Athletic Conference.
As a sophomore was named Honorable Mention All-Gateway Athletic Conference.
Named to the all-academic team in 2006 and 2008.
During his sophomore year, his team ranked first in the state for small schools before losing in the district final.
The squad finished the season 26-4.
In 2007 ranked third in the North Division of the Gateway Athletic Conference with five sacrifices, and fourth in base on balls drawing 16 walks.
Earned his first career save as a sophomore.
Played high school baseball under head coach Pat Steagall.
Graduated 17th out of 167 in his class.
Named to the President’s List all four years.
St. Charles, Mo.
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