CU Baseball BIO
21 Nick Musec
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.


Position: Right-Handed Pitcher
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 195
Year: Senior
Hometown: St. Charles, Mo.
High School: Duchesne HS
Major: Accounting and Finance
Experience: High School