Nick Stokowski
Nick  Stokowski


Monticello, Ill.

Last College:
Parkland College

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 220



Physical Education

2017: Played in 44 games, making 33 starts as a first baseman and designated hitter … hit five home runs, which ranked third on the team, and was fifth in doubles with eight … was second in slugging percentage, .477; and sixth in on-base percentage, .384 … hit .300 with 25 RBI … hit a solo home run in the season opener at East Tennessee State (2/17) … had an RBI single and a double in 8-7 win over East Tennessee State (2/18) … singled, doubled and scored three runs in win over Incarnate Word (2/25) … had two RBI singles and scored two runs in a 15-5 win over Baldwin-Wallace (3/7) … homered, doubled, singled and drove in two runs vs. Georgetown (3/8) … doubled and scored a run at Michigan State (3/21) … had two hits and two RBI in each game of back-to-back wins vs. Miami (Ohio) (4/1-2) … singled in two runs in a 9-7 win over Oakland (4/5) … had a single and a two-run home run in loss to Northern Illinois (5/5) … had two hits in 3-1 win over Northern Illinois (5/7) … had a homer and an RBI double in an 11-7 loss at Toledo (5/13) … had three hits including two doubles, drove in two runs and scored three times in 15-0 win over Toledo (5/14) … had two hits and two RBI in 8-6 win over Ball State (5/19) … homered  in 16-5 win over Western Michigan (5/25) in the MAC Tournament.

Junior College/High School:
Four-year letterwinner ... named all-conference and all-region for the 2015-2016 season at Parkland Junior College ... as a sophomore, had a batting average of .385 with 69 hits, nine home runs, 52 RBI and 23 walks ... named all--state and won both regional and sectional Championships as a high school senior ... selected to the all-area and all-conference teams from freshman through senior seasons ... as a senior, compiled a .484 batting average while setting a school record in home runs with nine and RBI with 60, while also registering 44 hits and 30 walks in 33 games ... as a junior, had a .512 batting average with 15 RBI, one home run and 22 hits in 18 games ... in his sophomore year, had a .437 batting average while recording 28 RBI, four home runs and 38 hits in 29 games ... also was a three-year letterwinner in basketball ... three-year all-conference honoree ... named all-area as a junior and senior year and was named all-state as a senior.
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