A Train More Play Less Organization




Nick started playing the game of baseball at the age of 5 locally here in Southern California. From Yorba Hills little league to Placentia Pony to travel ball year round there wasn’t a month he wasn’t playing. 

A graduate of Esperanza High school in 2014 where Nick made the transaction from infield to outfield. Starting centerfielder during his junior and senior year on varsity. Being an asset his first two years being called up during playoffs to pitch run and as a defensive sub. 

Originally set on attending Seattle University as plans fell through Nick found himself at University of Redlands in the SCIAC Conference. Nick was a part of the 2018 team during his senior year attributing to the most season wins in a single season in school history at 33-13. 

The bulldogs clinched a birth to the Spokane Regional later that year. Nick also had the privilege to play internationally in Kelwona, British Columbia in the summer of 2016 for the Kelowna Jays. 

In 2017 summer season Nick played for the Klammath Falls Gems in Klammath Falls, Oregon. During opening weekend Nick broke the All Time hitting record for hits in a single game going 5-5 against the Reno Rams. Nick brings expertise in Outfielding, Baserunning, Hitting, and the mental side of the game.