Nick began his stint at Stevenson in 2006 as assistant coach focusing on developing pitchers. In his first year the team made it back to the playoffs for the first time in eight years. In the next eight years the team qualified for playoffs seven times. Nick assumed the head coaching duties in 2014 and led the team to CCS semi-finals while earning MTAL coach of the year. Nick has continued to build a culture of accountability, discipline, and competitiveness, while maintaining a focus on having fun. The foundation of his program is teaching baseball the right way, with maximum effort, respect, sportsmanship, and the desire to complete. His program has helped numerous players go on to play in college, with three playing professionally. Nick was an outstanding baseball player in high school earning recognition twice as All State Small School Pitcher, twice All County Pitcher, All County Player of the Year, and second team All American in 1997 leading to a spot in the Junior Olympics. He played for three years at St. Mary’s College with two time recognition as the WCC Pitcher of the Week. After transferring to Sonoma State and playing baseball for two years he played for the Salinas Packers semi-pro team for three years, where he was a two-time All Star selection, and first team All Western Region Pitcher. Nick enjoys being on the field with the team, and takes pride in being able to have so much positive impact on each player’s life.