Name: Nick Hummel
School: Green Bay Preble High School
Football Honors: Joined the Preble football program as a senior and earned Special Teams Player of the Year for coach Dustin Gresen and the Hornets ... Second-team all-Fox River Classic Conference kick and honorable mention all-league punter in 2018 while helping Preble to a 6-4 record.
Soccer Honors: Two-year varsity letter winner for coach Chris Becker ... Helped Preble to league championships as a junior and senior ... Team captain as a senior ... First-team all-FRCC choice as a junior and senior at forward ... FRCC Player of the Year as a senior ... Led WIAA Division 1 schools in the state in assists in 2018 ... Career statistics include 32 goals and 27 assists.
Basketball Honors: Voted as the team Player of the Year on defense as a senior ... Helped Preble to a 15-8 record under coach Andy Bobholz by averaging 6.5 points per game ... The 6-foot-2 forward scored a season-high 12 points in a non-league win over Appleton Xavier.
Track & Field: Three-year letter winner for coach Nick Marcelle and a three-time WIAA State Track & Field Meet qualifier entering senior season ... Honorable mention all-conference in the 4x800 as a freshman ... First-team all-league in the 800 and 4x800 as a sophomore ... Second-team all-conference in the 4x800 as a junior.
Favorite Sport: "Out of the four sports I play, soccer would have to be my favorite because I've been playing the sport since I was four years old and because of the relationships I have made and the opportunities it has brought me."
Best Part of High School Sports: "The best part of high school sports would have to be competing against nearby high schools while representing my school and playing with my friends."
Best Advice from a High School Coach: "Play every game like it's your last." -- Coach Becker
Most Memorable Moment in High School Sports: "Scoring a goal with one second remaining to beat Green Bay Southwest would have to be my most memorable moment."
Best Part of Playing Four Sports: "One of the best parts of playing multiple sports would have to be how each sport contributes to the others. For example, the speed I gain from track helps me on the soccer pitch and basketball court. Playing soccer helps me be a better kicker for the football team, and playing basketball helps me stay in shape for the track season."
Toughest Part of Playing Four Sports: "One of the hardest things about playing a different sport each season is that I cannot specialize and play one sport all year long. Other athletes often do this and gain an advantage. Balancing sports, classes and friends year round also is hard to do."
Favorite Opponent: Bay Port
Favorite Professional Teams: Packers, Bucks, Manchester United
Favorite Professional Athletes: Jordy Nelson, Leo Messi
Favorite College Team: Wisconsin Badgers
Cumulative GPA: 3.8
Toughest Individual You’ve Competed Against: Lucas Stieber of Green Bay Southwest
Most Admired High School Teammate: Max Wagner
College Plans: Undecided
Activities Outside of Sports: National Honor Society
I Find it Relaxing to: "Spend time up north and go boating and tubing with friends."
Favorite TV show: The Office
Favorite Movie: Remember the Titans
Favorite Subject: Science
Favorite Restaurant: Buffalo Wild Wings
Favorite Website: Nike.com
Other Family Members: Rick, father; Kathy, mother; Alex and Sam, brothers.
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